Package Details: connman_dmenu-git 60.0595a14-1

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Package Base: connman_dmenu-git
Description: connman dmenu frontend (git version)
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Licenses: GPL2
Submitter: taylorchu
Maintainer: taylorchu
Last Packager: taylorchu
Votes: 11
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2013-04-03 04:51
Last Updated: 2015-06-17 22:43

Latest Comments

sekret commented on 2014-07-28 16:17

@kogepathic, sorry for the late answer. Yes I am sure about it and just this afternoon I was connected to the network, I definitely need TTLS and PAP.

@taylorchu, my university recommends this wpa_supplicant.conf entry


and it works. That and netctl's entry is where I have this info from, since it's the only wpa2 enterprise network I have access to.

While I'm on it, taylorchu, where did you find out how to make a wpa2 enterprise profile for connman? I looked into pure connmanctl because I like using the official tools, but it's impossible, see this bug filed for cmst

Since you seem to know connman pretty well (even on a code level?), do you have any idea? I just think it would be great if connman_dmenu wouldn't need root access.

taylorchu commented on 2013-12-21 16:11

i am sure that I am correct because i read the c source code.
1. EAP = ttls is essentially identical to peap.
2. there is no phase2 method called pap

kogepathic commented on 2013-12-21 15:54

You should be able to use MSCHAPv2 to connect to eduroam. That's what I use to connect to the eduroam network at my university. Are you certain you're entering your credentials in correctly?

sekret commented on 2013-10-31 13:01

Hi, I just gave connman and your script a try and I like it a lot! But initially I couldn't connect to my university's eduroam network. So I looked up how netctl handles such connections, because it works with netctl. This way I found out, that I need
EAP = ttls
Phase2 = PAP
instead of
EAP = peap
Phase2 = MSCHAPV2
which you use in your script.

Since that's the only enterprise network I have access to, I have to ask: Are you sure your settings work for the majority of enterprise networks? Is there a way to find out what settings are required for specific networks?

Anonymous comment on 2013-04-03 07:59

Those descriptions aren't really the best.

gtmanfred commented on 2013-04-02 16:09

don't do this,

they should be named -git

don't put a function in the pkgver variable

in pacman 4.1 you can use a pkgver() function

crass00 commented on 2012-08-03 10:38

packages.list is missing from the package