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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    Quote Originally Posted by kensch View Post
    On 09/21/12 10:16, Enthalpie pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
    > please a screen shot from my pc with the windows asking for password
    >
    > 'SUSE Paste' (SUSE Paste)
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    Could the following possibly be why root's passwd is being asked for:

    *************CODE****************

    YaST
    Network Settings
    Select ifup option (so you can edit card settings, don't for get to set
    back when done)
    Select card to edit and click on edit button
    C\lick on General tab
    Select "Enable Device Control for non-root user

    **************

    This may stop the system for asking for root's passwd when making changes.
    HI
    That's was allready set since a long time.
    It is not the reason sorry

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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    On 09/21/2012 03:56 PM, Enthalpie wrote:

    > if there is a windows on the screen it is because I use virtual box for
    > some programs unavailable under linux


    i wonder if network manager reacts the same if VBox is not running?

    oh....oh well with all your experience i'm sure you already considered
    any potential problems that might be encountered when using non-ascii
    characters in your root password and are taking them and your KDE
    keyboard settings into account and KDE is 'seeing' correctly, and
    passing faithfully the exact characters needed to authenticate..

    i *think* the error you reported in your third post is probably related
    to this problem, but i have no idea how to clear it....did you "see
    systemctl status networkmanager.service dor détails", maybe your smile
    will come from one of these:

    https://www.google.com/search?q="see+systemctl+status+networkmanager.service+for+details"

    i wonder: was /var/log/NetworkManager or /var/log/messages helpful?

    it is pretty clear from your screen shot that it is in fact asking for
    the root password, and since it is impossible for you not type it
    correctly then i'm at a loss to be helpful...so, i'm out of this thread..

    maybe you should try the openSUSE mail list??


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    dd

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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    Hi
    anyway i thank's you for trying to help me
    great
    i have post part of var/log/message and it is funny message is something like stop without reason

    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: <warn> Activation (wlan1/wireless): association took too long.
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: <info> (wlan1): device state change: config -> need-auth (reason 'none') [50 60 0]
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: <warn> Activation (wlan1/wireless): asking for new secrets
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: NetworkManager[4603]: <warn> Activation (wlan1/wireless): association took too long.
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: NetworkManager[4603]: <info> (wlan1): device state change: config -> need-auth (reason 'none') [50 60 0]
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: NetworkManager[4603]: <warn> Activation (wlan1/wireless): asking for new secrets
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: <info> (wlan1): supplicant interface state: authenticating -> disconnected
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: NetworkManager[4603]: <info> (wlan1): supplicant interface state: authenticating -> disconnected
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: <warn> Couldn't disconnect supplicant interface: This interface is not connected.
    Sep 20 15:19:50 HP620-linux NetworkManager[4603]: NetworkManager[4603]: <warn> Couldn't disconnect supplicant interface: This interface is not

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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    Do you have kwallet managing secrets?
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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Do you have kwallet managing secrets?
    No
    I have try to use it but with it i just have two windows one for kwallet password and after one for knetworkmanager (polkit ? ) an allways the same problem Polkit or networkmanager does'nt want the root password

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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    I try something working in some case.
    I put DVD of 12.1 and run update version.
    with that it ask to me to delete compat-wireless mad-wifi rtl8192se-kmp-defaut
    kernel-defautl

    after update or install of some package (polkit-defaut-priv, mobile broadband provider .. ) reboot i got !!!! the same problem so ??

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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    Create a new user login
    Login and try the connection with this new account, remember to make it a system connection (see image I posted)
    This time, when kwallet asks, enter a master password for kwallet, continue to create the connection, kwallet will ask for your master password now and it will do so each time you login.
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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Create a new user login
    Login and try the connection with this new account, remember to make it a system connection (see image I posted)
    This time, when kwallet asks, enter a master password for kwallet, continue to create the connection, kwallet will ask for your master password now and it will do so each time you login.
    after a good night !
    HI
    I did that yesterday. this was not good. so I said try again today with changes i made may be it will be good ?.
    so I want to delete the user et make a new one with same name ( i allways use test for login in this case)
    and in yast i can't delete it because "user is loging ? !) I llok at process running and saw test with diamond running see screenshot
    SUSE Paste
    I NEVER got that ??

    So i kiil theses , deleted it et create again user test

    i login with test and want to manage connection but i again got password screen from policykit !!!!

    regards

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    Default Re: policies and knetworkmanager

    So i kiil theses , deleted it et create again user test

    i login with test and want to manage connection but i again got password screen from policykit !!!!
    That is normal behaviour, but with this new user account, was your root password accepted?

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    hi
    when i deleted user test i did that with directory erasing ...

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