Bug 77987

Summary: The KDE network configuration crashes when editing an entry in the hardware tab
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Kurt Zingler <k_zingler>
Component: kdeutilsAssignee: Than Ngo <than>
Status: CLOSED ERRATA QA Contact: Ben Levenson <benl>
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Priority: medium    
Version: 7.3   
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Hardware: i686   
OS: Linux   
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Description Kurt Zingler 2002-11-16 19:01:24 UTC
Description of Problem:
I am unable to edit the hardware profile of my network card using the graphical
network configuration tool that comes with KDE.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Default KDE with RedHat 7.3

How Reproducible:
Every time

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select "Network COnfiguration" from the KDE menu (under system)
2. From the main window, select the "Hardware" tab
3. Once on the hardware tab, I selected my eth0 card (Netgear FA312, lists as
NatSemi DP83815 fast ethernet in the table
4. Select "Edit"
5. The the following error message comes up and the application crasehes

Traceback (innermost last): File "/usr/sbin/neat", line 1402, in ? 
gtk.mainloop() File "/usr/lib/python1.5/site-packages/gtk.py", line 2676, in
_gtk.gtk_main() File "/usr/lib/python1.5/site-packages/libglade.py", line 28, in
ret = apply(self.func, a) File "/usr/sbin/neat", line 1248, in
self.showHardwareDialog(type, true) File "/usr/sbin/neat", line 1269, in
dialog = ethernetHardwareDialog(hw) File
line 75, in __init__ 
self.setup() File
line 135, in setup list.append(modInfo[i]['description']) KeyError: description 
Local variables in innermost frame: modInfo: <netconfpkg.Conf.ConfModInfo
instance at 84154f8> list: ['RealTek RTL8129', 'Raytheon Raylink/WebGear/Aviator
PCMCIA wireless', 'SMC Ultra32 EISA', 'DEC 21*40 and clones', 'Lucent
Orinoco/Melco PCMCIA wireless (alternate)', 'SMC 91c92 series PCMCIA', 'Aironet
4500 PCI-ISA-i365 wireless', 'Intel EtherExpress/1000', 'PCI NE2000 clones',
'MiCom-Interlan NI5010', '3Com 3c515 Corkscrew', 'SMC 83c170 EPIC/100', 'NI5210
ethernet', 'AT1500, HP J2405A, most NE2100/clone', 'MyriCOM MyriNET SBUS', '3Com
EtherLink16', 'AT&T/Lucent/Hitachi ISA WaveLAN', 'SiS 900/7016CI', 'Cabletron
E2100', 'NE1000, NE2000, and compatible', 'Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B', 'Allied
Telesis AT1700', 'Greenwigh GIrBIL IrDA', 'Older DEC 21040, most 21*40', 'NSC
IrDA', 'Sun Quad', 'ICL EtherTeam 16i/32 EISA', '3Com 3c590/3c595/3c90x/3cx980',
'3Com 3c589 series PCMCIA', 'Sun BigMac', 'ThunderLAN', '3Com 3c574 series
PCMCIA', 'Ansel Communications Model 3200', 'Aironet 4500 PCMCIA wireless',
'Xircom CBE-100 CardBus', 'General Instruments SB1000'] self:
<netconfpkg.gui.ethernethardware.ethernetHardwareDialog instance at 84fa6d8> i:

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Comment 1 Than Ngo 2002-11-18 14:53:40 UTC
It's in redhat-config-network.

as i know, it is fixed in redhat-config-network-1.0.3-1, which will be released
as errata soon.