On Mon, 2010-05-03 at 20:31 +0100, Paul wrote:
Not sure on which package I need to bugzilla this under. I have a
feeling it should be NetworkManager, but I'd like to check as it may be
down to a PolicyKit failure (or even dbus).
It could well be NM. Can you grab your /var/log/messages and attach it
to a bug that you file for the issue?
My laptop is not firing up the wireless network. When I try and bring
up from the command line I'm getting
Error org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerSettings.InvalidConnection: ifcfg
file '/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-wlan0' unknown
Right, that's the ifup scripts saying that for whatever reason, NM's
system settings plugin that handles ifcfg files (ifcfg-rh) has some
error parsing that file. The contents of /var/log/messages should show
us what that problem is.
I've checked and the above file exists.
Coudl you paste the contents into the bug report too?
Googling hasn't showed much in what is the cause other than
both PolicyKit and NM being screwy.
It's probably not PK, likely an issue in ifcfg parsing or some other
Using rawhide on the laptop, kernel-2.6.34-0.38rc5.git0,
NM-0.8.0-10.git20100502, polkit-0.96-1. The laptop is using an intel
Help! I need to file a bug on this unless there is a quick easy fix...
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