Package: network-manager-applet / 1.4.4-1+deb9u1
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|Allow to create connections without admin privileges.patch | (download)||
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allow to create connections without admin privileges MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Set passwords as agent-owned when they need to, to allow users without root permissions to easily configure their connections. The logic is: - Bluetooth, CDMA and GSM connections: always user-owned - WEP/WPA connections: system-owned if user has the permissions (with NM’s config, that is netdev or sudo membership), user-owned otherwise. The password is stored in the keyring for WPA, not for WEP. - WiMax / Wired connections: always system-owned (with 802.1x passwords in the keyring). Closes: #696256
|Force online state with unmanaged devices.patch | (download)||
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force online state with unmanaged devices If NM has an active unmanaged device it will forcefully set the online state to CONNECTED_GLOBAL. In that case show a wired connection icon instead of an offline icon. Closes: #471191
|libnma pygobject libnma NMA must use libnm NM instead of .patch | (download)||
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libnma/pygobject: libnma/nma must use libnm/nm instead of legacy libraries libnma uses libnm, and not libnm-util/libnm-glib. Hence, the python bindings must load "NM" and not "NMClient"/"NetworkManager". As it was, the generated bindings for libnma were unusable and loading them would fail with libnm-ERROR **: libnm-util symbols detected; Mixing libnm with libnm-util/libnm-glib is not supported https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=779153 Fixes: 76a12beac4e8692f30071169e11e2b521ec4eab7 (cherry picked from commit 7a59d41e5f6666d0da51f1f7aae7518befdb1182)