I haven't finished porting but close. But we don't have time for
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Transitioning GNOME away from libnm-glib
Status in network-manager-iodine package in Ubuntu:
Status in network-manager-l2tp package in Ubuntu:
Status in network-manager-openvpn package in Ubuntu:
Status in network-manager-pptp package in Ubuntu:
Status in network-manager-vpnc package in Ubuntu:
Debian has dropped libnm-glib support from most of its VPN plugins.
We need to cherry-pick the gnome-shell 3.26.2-4 changes for gnome-
shell to properly interact with VPNs.
unity-control-center will need to be ported away from libnm-glib for
it to display VPNs.
The only other known affected desktop is Cinnamon which has fixes
Here's the Debian transition bug:
At first look, KDE Plasma did not seem to be hurt by the libnm-glib
support removal, but Kubuntu should probably check more closely.
I am filing this bug to coordinate this transition and keep the VPN
plugins in -proposed until we at least update gnome-shell.
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