Summary of Thursday's call between GNOME and NM devels and Default DNS resolver change owners
paul at nohats.ca
Fri Jul 17 20:06:22 UTC 2015
On Fri, 17 Jul 2015, Chuck Anderson wrote:
>> What doesn't work in your experience with the captive portal stuff?
> Usually, the dnssec-triggerd captive portal detection pops up a
> dialog, and when I click "log in" nothing happens. When I click
> "skip" (sorry I might be forgetting the exact button names) then a
> captive portal browser pops up (I think this is the normal Gnome or NM
> one, again not sure). Usually things work fine after logging in
Yes, the xdg-open command that launches the captive portal login of
dnssec-trigger often does not get launched for me either. Usually
I already have firefox open, so i go to 220.127.116.11 or something to
> Even without the recent SELinux issues, dnssec-triggerd's captive
> portal implementation has been iffy. Sometimes it works, and
> sometimes it doesn't. I think there may be an issue with it trying to
> launch the captive portal login browser, or timing issues between
> Gnome/NM and dnssec-triggerd.
Yeah, I am not entirely sure what's causing it either.
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