Re: NM before login?

On Wed, 2009-05-13 at 11:09 +0200, Eric Brunet lps ens fr wrote:
> Dans son message du lundi 11/05/09 à 11:04, Dan Williams a écrit:
> > > If it is possible,
> > > what are the steps one must take to implement this?
> > > (I'm running Fedora-10 with KDE.)
> > 
> > This is provided by the nm-system-settings service.  You'll want to grab
> > the NM from F-10 updates-testing:
> > 
> >
> Those have pushed to regular updates, haven't they ? I have on my F10-kde
> computer:
> 	NetworkManager-0.7.1-1.fc10
> 	NetworkManager-gnome-0.7.1-1.fc10
> which are the same names as on the webpage you give.
> > 
> > and after a reboot, you should be able to use the connection editor to
> > mark your wifi connections as "Available to all users", which means they
> > will be available before login.
> I ran nm-connection-editor, and when I select one of my connections (wired
> or wireless) and hit the Edit button, a window opens and right at the
> bottom, there is a checkbox titled "Available to all users".
> Unfortunately, this checkbox is grayed out and cannot be checked!
> It makes sense, as I might not have enough privilege to do so; I tried
> "sudo nm-connection-editor", but then I don't see the networks defined by
> my normal user. I tried to create a phony connection as root, but even
> then the checkbox remains grayed out.
> What am I missing ?

Are you running with SELinux in enforcing mode, and what is the version
of your selinux-policy-targeted package?

Second, do you see
"" in the output
of "polkit-auth --show-obtainable" ?


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