Description of problem:
Hi Jan, we have already spoken about F22 Plasma 5 that cannot connect to WPA Enterprise wireless connections. We did some tests disabling and enabling the KWallet, but I am still prompted for "a password" (see screenshot) even if I filled the wireless connection settings with proper user, password and security protocol
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Created attachment 1053061 [details]
I have had a similar problem, and I have managed to get WPA Enterprise to work, but only with wpa_supplicant-2.3-3 if that might be of some help narrowing down the problem.
I tried starting NM with command
NetworkManager --debug --log-level=DEBUG
then I collected logs at https://mega.co.nz/#F!Z5IhnJDB!kOCtd7-Aqpw53MlEIjURMw
I am sorry for using a third party upload host, but the logs could contain some remaining sensitive data and I need to be able to edit/erase them.
The affected connection is "eduroam".
I also do not understand why NM is trying to connect to "Tib House" that is a wireless connection that is not available at all
This is interesting, according to NM log it succeeded to get password from KWallet (our secret agent), but it doesn't get activated due to "new-activation", which means you or NM tried to activate a different connection right after activation of your eduroam connection.
Opened an upstream bugreport because I have a friend using Kubuntu that experience the same problem
I'm able to connect to eduroam networks without problems with KDE and F22... maybe is something else?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1241930 ***