Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1266046
[network] Unable to edit Mobile Broadband connection
Last modified: 2016-07-19 14:00:39 EDT
Description of problem:
After configuring a mobile broadband connection, the connection is not editable in the GUI.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open list of network connections (click right hand, top corner i Gnome)
2. Under "Mobile Broadband", click "Mobile Broadband Settings"
3. In the dialogue-boks, the "Network" dropdown is empty, and clicking on the dropdown only takes you to "Add new connection"
A new connection is added
I should be able to select the currently configured connection(s) and edit them
Let's see if it is gnome-control-center issue or NetworkManager.
Can you see the configured connection in nmcli
$ nmcli con show
$ nmcli con show <connection name>
or in nm-connection-editor GUI (Alt-F2, nm-connection-editor, Enter)
Both nm-connection-editor and nmcli works fine.
So you are probably right that this is an issue in gnome-control-center.
control-center is the latest version available:
$ rpm -qf $(which gnome-control-center)
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