F20 Beta upgrade issues - network status gone
michael at elehack.net
Thu Nov 14 13:41:20 UTC 2013
On Wed, 13 Nov 2013 17:58:27 -0800
Adam Williamson <awilliam at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2013-11-13 at 18:44 -0600, Michael Ekstrand wrote:
> > I just upgraded my laptop from F19 to F20 Beta, using fedup, and
> > encountered 2 noticeable problems with the upgrade process that I'm
> > not sure where/how to correctly report:
> > - Upon update, nm-applet was gone and my gnome-shell status area
> > had no network status or control. Installing
> > network-manager-applet brought it back. I had a working network
> > status display prior to upgrade.
> Assuming you have a straightforward wired connection, this is not a
> bug. See the discussion in
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1005719 starting around
> comment #13.
It's a wireless connection; before re-installing
network-manager-applet, the integrated status menu didn't have anything
to say about networking, so I couldn't check or make sure I was
connected to the wireless.
It seems like this is an issue in packaging somehow, that fedup didn't
know to install network-manager-applet. Or maybe that fix was not the
way it's supposed to be fixed - I just did that because I had
remembered from previous versions of gnome-shell that the network
controls operated by controlling nm-applet.
> > - I don't have any Bluetooth status or display in gnome-shell now.
> > I did previously. I do not know what I need to install or tweak to
> > get it back, or where to report it.
> I'm not as sure about this one, but it's probably the same thing: no
> 'status' will be displayed unless there's something useful to display
> (like a paired device).
Yep, pairing a device makes it show up.
Michael Ekstrand — http://elehack.net/
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