Your message dated Sun, 8 Apr 2018 17:50:24 +0200 with message-id <333903b9-5d20-bebb-3ebc-4ad85f3f8...@debian.org> and subject line Re: network-manager: doesn't recognize WPA* Enterprise private key file with .p12 extension has caused the Debian Bug report #817903, regarding network-manager: doesn't recognize WPA* Enterprise private key file with .p12 extension to be marked as done.
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--- Begin Message ---Package: network-manager Version: 1.1.91-1 Severity: normal Dear Maintainer, I want to configure a wireless connection provided by my institution --- meaning that I have no degrees of freedom in what I have to do to complete the procedure. That said, the institution gives me two files, a CA certificate ca.pem and a private key file with an associated private key wifiCert.p12 I had placed those files in a generic subfolder (~/Documents/.certificates) and then I tried to configure the connection using Network Manager. I access the Network Connections window, I Add a new (wireless) connection, in the Editing New Connection window I access the Wi-Fi Security tab, select WPA & WPA2 Enterprise from the Security menu, I use the CA Certificate menu to access the ~/Documents/.certificates folder, I'm shown the ca.pem file, I select it and proceed, using the Private key menu, I access ~/Documents/.certificates, at the bottom I see the list of correct file extensions (comprising the .p12 extension!) but the file wifiCert.p12 is not shown (no file at all is shown as selectable). At his point I cannot complete the configuration. I have to mention that this is a new laptop (my previuos laptop has been stolen) and that on my previous laptop I configured the same wireless network w/o any problem. Previous laptop, btw, was running sid as well. thank you in advance, gb -- System Information: Debian Release: stretch/sid APT prefers unstable APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (500, 'testing') Architecture: amd64 (x86_64) Kernel: Linux 4.4.0-1-amd64 (SMP w/4 CPU cores) Locale: LANG=en_US.utf8, LC_CTYPE=en_US.utf8 (charmap=UTF-8) Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash Init: systemd (via /run/systemd/system) Versions of packages network-manager depends on: ii adduser 3.113+nmu3 ii dbus 1.10.8-1 ii init-system-helpers 1.29 ii isc-dhcp-client 4.3.3-9 ii libbluetooth3 5.36-1 ii libc6 2.22-1 ii libglib2.0-0 2.46.2-3 ii libgnutls30 3.4.9-2 ii libgudev-1.0-0 230-3 ii libmm-glib0 1.4.12-1 ii libndp0 1.4-2 ii libnewt0.52 0.52.18-3 ii libnl-3-200 3.2.27-1 ii libnm0 1.1.91-1 ii libpam-systemd 229-2 ii libpolkit-agent-1-0 0.105-14.1 ii libpolkit-gobject-1-0 0.105-14.1 ii libreadline6 6.3-8+b4 ii libsoup2.4-1 2.52.2-1 ii libsystemd0 229-2 ii libteamdctl0 1.23-1 ii libuuid1 2.27.1-4 ii lsb-base 9.20160110 ii policykit-1 0.105-14.1 ii udev 229-2 ii wpasupplicant 2.3-2.3 Versions of packages network-manager recommends: ii crda 3.13-1+b1 ii dnsmasq-base 2.75-1 ii iptables 1.6.0-2 ii iputils-arping 3:20150815-2 ii modemmanager 1.4.12-1 ii ppp 2.4.7-1+2 Versions of packages network-manager suggests: pn libteam-utils <none> -- no debconf information
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--- Begin Message ---Version: 1.2.4-1 This is supposed to be fixed by a new upstream release, thus closing the bug report. Regards, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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