Created attachment 1420950 [details]
Description of problem:
The network icon is missing in the gnome-shell drop-down menu. I'm on a wayland session.
My network connection is a bridge with my ethernet interface.
$ nmcli connection
NAME UUID TYPE DEVICE
br-lan fd4c5cf9-0ab2-47e0-ad54-0f616b07cf79 bridge br-lan
enp5s0 b65d5f75-4fd0-4eb5-9269-4463c8da6d0c ethernet enp5s0
virbr0 70c987b5-c8f9-4411-9e43-3c1f48103e56 bridge virbr0
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The last updates have fixed this issue.
It's happening again. I have all the 3rd-party extensions disabled.
I am seeing this too after upgrading f27->f28 with:
My interfaces are:
$ nmcli device
DEVICE TYPE STATE CONNECTION
enp0s31f6 ethernet connected Auto
virbr0 bridge connected virbr0
cdc-wdm0 gsm unavailable --
wlp4s0 wifi unavailable --
lo loopback unmanaged --
virbr0-nic tun unmanaged --
And I see errors like these in journal:
máj 03 19:38:58 kujon gnome-shell: JS ERROR: TypeError: item is undefined
The VPN lock icon is also missing when connecting to a VPN.
I'm having the exact same issue that Tomas Vanderka has. The Network and VPN icons are gone.
tested with gnome-shell "3.28.2" and "3.29.1" on ArchLinux.
Same here on Fedora 28 gnome-shell 3.28.2 on two Notebooks and one PC.
All three with Intel-NICs.
Had the same issue on Fedora 28 (upgraded from 27), gnome-shell 126.96.36.199. This was occurring with the _second_ user. I found an old thread indicating that there was an issue with connections being made available to other users. Note that connections on the user account with the issue were coming from the _first_ user. Unchecked the "Make available to other users" on all connections (or deleted them if now unneeded) on the first user. All connections now show up properly for the first and second user. (Note some of them had to be created).
This does not resolve the Problem. I previously deleted all connections and created them again (with "Make available to other users" unchecked).
The icon does appear 1 out of 15 reboots. The next time the machine reboots the icon disappears an there are only a view connections visible.
When I jump between some visible connections the icon appears but it only shows up "connected" where "Wired Connected" should be and you can't see which connection is active.
Having the same issue, wifi connections don't appear in the Gnome Shell menu. When connected only to wifi, I get a "wired connection" icon in the top bar, but no wireless menu and no signal strength indicator. It seems to be tracked upstream with the referenced issue, but nothing has actually happened from the actual developers it seems. Gnome shell is having an increasing number of issues and floods a lot of errors in the log on F28 :-/
My standard connections are not shared among users. So this does not seem to be the problem (or not the only one).
Error message here is slightly different:
JS ERROR: TypeError: item is undefined
Possibly relevant upstream bug: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-shell/issues/140
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