On Fri, 2016-04-29 at 15:13 -0400, Joerg Lechner wrote:
it's curious. There seem to be another problem. I have documented it
in 6 screenshots, my technical English is not so perfect to explain
the situation clearly in words. The behaviour after installation is
the same without updates or after dnf update. In screenshot 1 and 2
You see what happens during completion of installation after the
first reboot. The entry of the pw is unsuccessful, no connection to
wifi possible. In screenshots 4,5 and 6 I am using the way via the
network icon, if I click i.e on the wifi name the situation is the
same as in screenshots 1 and 2 - no connection to wifi possible. The
only way to connect is clicking on the "circle with the gear-wheel in
it", then another window with saying wpa2.... opens, entering in this
window the pw, connection to wifi is ok. Known problem? Bug?
If I'm understanding correctly, when you try to set the wifi passphrase
via GNOME Initial Setup (the wizard that pops up on first boot / login)
or directly from the Shell overview, you get a Shell overlay dialog
(like in screenshot 2), and that doesn't work, you don't get connected.
Right? But if you go into nm-connection-editor and enter the passphrase
there - that's where you are in screenshot 6 - it works. Right?
If I've got all that right, I think you should file a bug on GNOME
Shell, and I will see if I can reproduce it here too. Thanks!
CCing desktop@ for info.
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