Re: Get uuid of connection

Ok, i could add a connection, but it is a system connection.
As far as i noted, in order to this connection I created be detected by the scripts i'm using, it has to be a user connection.
How to create a user connection in the command line?

s_con = { 'id': 'XXX', 'uuid': '5ef2d781-1197-44eb-8744-cd78b9c07315', 'type': '802-11-wireless', 'autoconnect': False, 'name': 'connection' }

s_wifi = { 'ssid': dbus.ByteArray("XXX"), 'mode': 'infrastructure', 'security': '802-11-wireless-security', 'name': '802-11-wireless' }

s_wsec = { 'key-mgmt': 'wpa-psk', 'wpa-key': 'xxx', 'name': '802-11-wireless-security' }

s_ip4 = { 'method': 'auto', 'name': 'ipv4' }

con = { 'connection': s_con, '802-11-wireless': s_wifi, '802-11-wireless-security': s_wsec, 'ipv4': s_ip4 }

sys_bus = dbus.SystemBus()
ses_bus = dbus.SessionBus()
proxy = sys_bus.get_object("org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerSystemSettings", "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManagerSettings")
iface = dbus.Interface(proxy, "org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerSettings")

except Exception, e:
    print e

On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Daniel Gnoutcheff <daniel gnoutcheff name> wrote:
On 07/19/2010 09:27 AM, Arlen Nascimento wrote:
> It is possible to do it by means of dbus commands or something?
> examples?

Here's one:

dbus-send(1) probably could do the job as well, e.g. if you prefer to
use shell scripts. These documents may be helpful as well:

And to make the connection "run" without user intervention, you only
need to ensure that the "autoconnect" flag is "true". In fact, that flag
is "true" by default, so you won't really need to do anything.

Note that adding a system connection is a one-shot deal; you only need
to do it once. So if you can afford to use a GUI tool just once, you'll
probably find that nm-connection-editor is a much easier way to do it.
(Just check "Available for all users", and it'll get installed as a
system connection.)

Have a good one,

> On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 2:26 PM, Daenyth Blank <daenyth gmail com
> <mailto:daenyth gmail com>> wrote:
>     On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 09:11, Arlen Nascimento
>     <arlen nascimento gmail com <mailto:arlen nascimento gmail com>> wrote:
>     > Ok, but the thing is: i need to setup and "run" a connection
>     without the
>     > user intervention
>     In that case you need to create a new connection with the options
>     you want.

Arlen Nascimento

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