Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 868826
wireless network profile behaves incorrectly when wifi turned off/on in gnome-shell applet
Last modified: 2015-11-19 03:23:27 EST
Description of problem:
when I go into wireless profile in control-center Network tool there is a button that is used for (dis)connecting to a network. After turning off wifi from gnome-shell applet this button never turns back from grayed out state. You need to go back to profiles (networks) overview and then back to profile to be able to use it again.
What is even more broken is that after connecting back to the opened profile network that profile in control-center dialog says Out of range. When I go back to overview and back everything is OK again.
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Steps to Reproduce:
0.connect to a wireless network so you have a profile stored
1.in the profile unset connect automatically (via nm-connection-editor)
2.go into control-center Network dialog
3.go into the profile and leave the dialog open
4.in gnome-shell nm applet turn wifi off
5.reenable wifi in the applet again
6.connect to the network via Network dialog
buttons greyed out. have to go to overview and back to profile to be able to connect
profile state should be updated correctly
Can you retest with control-center-3.8.*, a lot has changed in a minor version update. Thanks.
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I haven't met this issue with control-center-3.14.4-2.el7, I think this is fixed by the rebase.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
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