Description of problem:
After my laptop wakes from sleep, I am unable to reconnect mobile broadband as the connection is no longer available via the NM applet, but the connection is still listed via nm-connection-editor.
It appears that if I change and save the connection in nm-connection-editor, it is added back into the list.
The problem does not appear after reboot etc. - only waking from sleep.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
robsharp@laphroaig:~$ nm --version
GNU nm version 184.108.40.206.6-6.fc15 20110118
Steps to Reproduce:
1. With a working mobile broadband connection, close the laptop lid to sleep
2. Open the laptop lid to wake the laptop, enter password
3. View nm-applet connection list
Mobile broadband connection is missing
Mobile broadband connection should be displayed
I have an internal Ericsson HSPA + (F5521gw) WWAN mobile broadband card.
1) Are you using GnomeShell indicator or plain nm-applet?
2) Please report NM versions:
rpm -q NetworkManager
rpm -q NetworkManager-gnome
('nm --version' is not related to NetworkManager, it's a tool for listing symbols from object files)
3) Grab and attach /var/log/messages file, so that we can see what happens when suspending/resuming
4) Any related errors in ~/.xsession-errors?
Created attachment 523075 [details]
var log messages
var log messages as requested.
Created attachment 523076 [details]
xsession errors as requested
(In reply to comment #1)
> 1) Are you using GnomeShell indicator or plain nm-applet?
> 2) Please report NM versions:
> rpm -q NetworkManager
> rpm -q NetworkManager-gnome
> ('nm --version' is not related to NetworkManager, it's a tool for listing
> symbols from object files)
> 3) Grab and attach /var/log/messages file, so that we can see what happens when
Attached. I suspended at Sep 14 17:52 with a running mobile broadband connection and resumed at Sep 14 17:53:06.
> 4) Any related errors in ~/.xsession-errors?
Yes - attached.
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