Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 12798
wrong text on button - dialup configuration tool
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:56 EDT
The dialup configuration tool has a button called "Debug" on the right
hand lower side.
When the mouse hovers over it it displays "Dial the selected Internet
Connection" and when pressed actually dials in.
When connected the button still is called "Hang Up" but when mouse hovers
over it reads "Dial the selected Internet Connection", and when pressed
does not seem to hang up.
PS.: I don't know which component this is supposed to be, as there is
nowhere any reference to this, but your stupid form doesn't let me exit
without filling out a component (I would have thought that dial up
configuration tool is quite a nice name for this component)
Which dialup configuration tool are you referring to? We're shipping at least 4
of them - rp3, kppp, linuxconf and isdn-config.
Re: your email
+------- Additional comments from email@example.com 2000-06-23 07:23 -------
+Which dialup configuration tool are you referring to? We're shipping at least 4
+of them - rp3, kppp, linuxconf and isdn-config.
I don't know which, how can I tell for sure?
I suspect it is the linuxconfig, running under the XF86 graphical interface
Try running each of them manually, then tell me which one looks the same as the
one you're using.
The commands you'll want to try are
(Don't worry about getting errors from some of the commands, you don't
necessarily have all of them installed).
The closest match was rp3.
Pardon a linux ingnoramus, but why is this so hard to figure out? I used the
Xwindow graphical interface. I pressed the main gnome button (Linux 6.2)to call
up the menu, and choose Internet. In the internet menu the first choice is
Dialup configuration tool. This is what I used to configure. This is where the
button is mislabeled.
Reassigning to rp3 maintainers.
This will be fixed in rp3-1.1.2-3 and later.