Re: NM stopped 'spinning'

On Sat, 2007-06-30 at 13:26 +0200, Turbo Fredriksson wrote:
> I'm running Ubuntu Feisty (up-to-date), but due to a bug
> (or rather missing feature - the iSight on my MacBook),
> I upgraded the kernel (only!) from Gutsy - linux-image-2.6.22-7-386.
> This meant that I had to recompile/reinstall the madwifi
> driver (the 0.9.30 branch I was running didn't compile,
> and I had no time/didn't feel like figuring out why).
> So I took an up-to-date trunk - rev 2525. But with this,
> NM stopped 'spinning' when it configures the network(s).
> It's just shows the bar chart (like when connected).
> The note (when I put the pointer over the applet), say
> that it IS connected.

Trunk/0.7 aren't quite ready for general use yet.  There are still
missing pieces that various people are working on.

NM should be syslogging what it's doing, otherwise run with the
"--no-daemon" switch to grab the output, which is quite useful in
situations where things appear to get stuck.


> After a while it shows the notice 'You are now connected ...'.
> I tried to upgrade the 'network-manager' and 'network-manager-applet'
> from Gutsy (version 0.6.5-0ubuntu4). This did not change
> anything...
> Any idea why I don't get the 'spinning' any more?
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