Re: invalid path nma-gconf-connection
- From: Sébastien Fillaudeau <el_gringo_88 hotmail fr>
- To: Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com>
- Cc: liste network manager <networkmanager-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: invalid path nma-gconf-connection
- Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 23:30:15 +0200
Le 14/04/2010 22:31, Dan Williams a écrit :
ok , i was thinking that the priority of a connection was pick up by the
number of the folder it is in.
On Sat, 2010-04-10 at 12:20 +0200, Sébastien Fillaudeau wrote:
Le 09/04/2010 02:04, Dan Williams a écrit :
On Thu, 2010-04-08 at 20:13 +0200, Sébastien Fillaudeau wrote:
For my work, i try to modify the mn-applet to order connection by there
The priority for the nma-gconf-connection can be get by the path of this
What behavior are you trying to get here with the priorities? NM
doesn't use priorities for a specific reason, usually because they're a
pretty bad way to interact with users. It's not often that you have
more than one visible wifi network in the same area that you switch
between frequently; that would usually indicate bad network planning :)
There may be other ways we can adjust the behavior.
But I don't think your patch is the right way to do this. You don't
really want to be modifying nm-connection.c or really libnm-util at all,
and you don't need to.
Just abuse the 'timestamp' option to be your priority, which NM will
already use to sort the connections. Disable the code in nm-applet that
updates the timestamp periodically, and then add some bits in
nm-connection-editor that change the timestamp based on what the user
wants the priority to be.
I have a probleme when i tried to get te connection path. It seems to
have illegal caracter at the beginning of the path.
Maybe, any modification of char in gchar could cause it?
The get_path function give a char *.
If you know something about comparable error can you help me.
I search a lot about this errors and i don't found any help.
I attach the patch of my modification, maybe you could help me better if
you see the code i generated.
Thank for any help
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I can take my situation to make an example. For my internet connection
my FAI is free.
They propose to share your internet connection by a specific wifi network.
And if you share you can connect to other one wich share.
In my home i don't want to connect to this second limited connection.
But in my appartement for my study, i connect to it.
So if we can set priority in applet it could be useful for case like
this, don't you think?
For you NetworkManager should'nt explicitly modify the priority?
about the code : nm-connection is the representation of system connection?
so it is on this class i need to interacte with it ?
NMConnection is the representation of all connections, both system and
user. But you shouldn't need to modify it if you're using the timestamp
for the priority.
timestamp is a good example but it is not a element that user by using
applet can modify
No, but my suggestion was to make it modifiable by the user. NM just
uses the highest value there to pick the first network to try, so
timestamp is really a good mapping of what you're trying to do.
and timestamp was just a attribut to sort the list display for the user.
I will try using this approach
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