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If by some unholy reason you’re left with no internet and no network manager to connect it, the simplest way to install it is download the packages manually and install them one by one. I was not able to use the ubuntu cd, that would be the *best* way to do it I guess.  On a fresh install ubuntu studio 8.10 with no network connectivity whatsoever, I only needed:

libnm-util
libnm-glib
network-manager
network-manager-gnome

All links point to i386 architecture and were built for Ubuntu 8.10.  If you’re running a different version, you should search for the packages in the Ubuntu Package Search. I will spare you some trouble and if you’re running Ubuntu 9.10 the packages are:

libnm-util1
libnm-glib2
network-manager
network-manager-gnome

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