Re: using openconnect plugin

I'm using KDE 4.3 with knetworkmanager 0.9 (Networkmanager-kde4-0.9)

There was no nm-connection-editor on my system, so i installed Networkmanager-gnome
after reboot, trying to start nm-connection-editor give me these errors:

** (nm-connection-editor:5876): WARNING **: Icon nm-device-wwan missing: Icon 'nm-device-wan' not present in theme

** (nm-connection-editor:5876): WARNING **: Failed to initialize the UI, exiting...
Maybe the gnome networkmanager didn't work with kde.
Is there another way to edit my connections?

knetworkmanager didn't show me openconnect as option to select, even not after reboot.

Sadly there isn't a package like Networkmanager-openconnect-kde4.
Is there a way to start the openconnect plugin from the console?

I tried this without success:
/usr/libexec/nm-openconnect-auth-dialog -s org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.openconnect -n test_connection
Error given:
Have to supply UUID, name, and service.

What UUID?
Without a connection-editor I can't create a connection name, so I can't supply a correct name?

Anything else i can try?

Dan Williams schrieb:
On Tue, 2009-12-08 at 17:26 +0100, Martin Frank wrote:
I'm using OpenSUSE 11.2, I've downloaded the openconnect plugin 0.7.2 from

make install

I also installed openconnect.
No problems.

But how can I use this plugin within the networkmanager?

First, either restart NetworkManager or reboot; NM doesn't yet notice
new vpn plugins on-the-fly.  Then, you should be able to create a new
VPN connection through nm-connection-editor.  Click on the VPN tab, then
hit "New..." and follow the prompts.  When you're done setting the
connection up, it should show up in the applet's menu and you can choose
it from there.  If it does, but the connection fails, we can debug that


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