Re: NetworkManager on Debian

One last detail: NetworkManagerInfo is not populating GConf with
interface data at all - the key /sys/network doesn't even exist.

On Mon, 2004-12-13 at 14:17 -0500, Adam Glasgall wrote:
> I am experiencing difficulties with NetworkManager on a completely
> up-to-date Debian unstable, using the debs from
> I am running kernel version 2.6.9, HAL 0.4.2, DBus "0.22
> +cvs.1098185846" (as mentioned earlier, it's the version from Thom's
> debs). I have an Intel EtherExpres 1000 (I think; it uses the e1000
> driver, and it's eth0) and an Atheros 5211 wireless card (madwifi
> driver, CVS from 12/05/2004, it's ath0). Both are PCI devices. When I
> start NetworkManager, it does seem to work for my wired interface, but
> not my wireless one; i.e. it configures the wired, but not the wireless,
> and doesn't switch to the wireless if I unplug the wired.. Furthermore,
> NetworkManager  begins
> spewing GLib errors about assertions failed:
> (all of these functions are in NetworkManagerAPList.c):
> nm_ap_list_copy_propertiess (line 431): assertion dest != NULL failed
> nm_ap_list_iter_new (line 587): assertion list != NULL failed
> nm_ap_list_unref (line 101): assertion list != NULL failed.
> immediately after start.
> Finally, despite having NetworkManagerInfo and
> NetworkManagerNotification running, I do not get a NetworkManager
> notification-area icon. I get the behavior described in
> with regard ot the notification-area icon.
> Unlike the above situation, however, /sys/class/net/ath0/
> and /sys/class/net/eth0/ are completely populated, including the
> 'device' links. And both devices show up fine in hal-device-manager.
> I would appreciate assistance in getting this working.
> Thank you.
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Adam Glasgall
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"What is it to exist? To exist is to be a value of a bound variable"
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