Re: downgrade to 0.6.6 temporally?
- From: "Trey Nolen" <support internetpro net>
- To: "Christoph Burgdorf" <christoph burgdorf bvsn org>, <networkmanager-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: downgrade to 0.6.6 temporally?
- Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2008 21:13:50 -0500
unfortunatly Im still unable to connect to our Windows 2003 VPN Server
on my Intrepid machine. It worked on hardy and the bug is already filed
I wonder if I can downgrade only the network-manager to 0.6.6 untill
this bug is fixed. I just tried to build it from source but got an error
because my package wireless-tools isn't the right one that was expected
for that network-manager version. How could I work around it...I don't
won't to destabilise my system but I want to get my VPN to work :-)
Well, I'm not running Intrepid yet, but I did upgrade to NM .7 on Hardy and
had problems with it. I successfully downgraded to .6.6 and fixed my issues
(most of them anyway). It is kind of a pain to downgrade, but it can be
done. I did have one problem after downgrading though - I was unable to
create *new* VPNs. I already had some created before upgrading to .7 and
those work OK, but I could not get new ones configured after the switch.
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