Petrus de Calguarium wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> I've also had trouble with secrets with the new build. :-(
Mine is working :-) Secrets must be being stored somewhere, because I have
an infallible wireless connection.
So I guess I replied to the wrong message in the thread. :-)
FWIW, I'm seeing the trouble with WPA-EAP (WPA Enterprise) secrets only, my
WPA-PSK connections got migrated correctly.
> These bugs need manual workarounding in config files, or deleting
> recreating connections, both of which sucks as a user experience.
Nope. I didn't do any manual configuring. I admit that I also logged in to
gnome and entered the secret there, too, so that both kde and gnome have
it. Could this new networkmanager plasmoid be accessing pam (or whatever
it is that gnome uses) for the wireless network password?
GNOME uses gnome-keyring. Normally, it shouldn't get the secrets from gnome-
keyring… Are you sure they aren't in the wallet. They're normally under a
dedicated "Network Management" category.
> Now I don't know how to proceed, because the previously
> doesn't work anymore, and this one doesn't work reliably either.
I had absolutely no luck with the previous build. I was unable to get any
wireless connection at all, only wired. This build is, as I said earlier,
giving me no grief, only pleasure.
What previous build are you referring to? An older nm09 build? What I was
referring to with "the previously working build" is the
kde-plasma-networkmanagement-0.9-0.47.20110323.fc15.1 build, which doesn't
work anymore with the current NetworkManager. :-( It worked fine before that
update. ("previously working" != "previous, working". Language is