Your message dated Mon, 15 Feb 2010 23:42:40 +0100
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and subject line Re: Bug#562035: [network-manager-kde] Network Manager does not 
support PPPoE (but the upstream apparently does)
has caused the Debian Bug report #562035,
regarding [network-manager-kde] Network Manager does not support PPPoE (but the 
upstream apparently does)
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Package: network-manager-kde
Version: 1:0.7~~svn941706-2
Severity: wishlist

Currently, I cannot use KDE Network Manager to set up or use *DSL connections 
in Squeeze (or, if I can, the developers have done an outstanding job hiding 
this option).  Kubuntu and OpenSUSE, at least, do have *DSL support built into 
their KDE Network Manager front-ends.  Furthermore, that front-end uses KDE 4 
instead of KDE 3 libraries.

It appears that a KDE 4 release of Network Manager is lingering in the 
Experimental repositories.  OpenSUSE says that the KDE3 versions of 
KNetworkManager are obsolete (http://en.opensuse.org/KNetworkManager).

When is the KDE 4 version of KNetworkManager going to be moved into unstable?


--- System information. ---
Architecture: i386
Kernel:       Linux 2.6.30-2-686

Debian Release: squeeze/sid
  500 testing         www.debian-multimedia.org 
  500 testing         security.debian.org 
  500 testing         debian.yorku.ca 

--- Package information. ---
Depends                 (Version) | Installed
=================================-+-==============
kdelibs4c2a          (>= 4:3.5.9) | 4:3.5.10.dfsg.1-2.1
libc6               (>= 2.3.6-6~) | 2.10.2-2
libdbus-1-3            (>= 1.0.2) | 1.2.16-2
libdbus-1-qt3-0                   | 0.9-2
libgcc1              (>= 1:4.1.1) | 1:4.4.2-3
libhal1              (>= 0.5.8.1) | 0.5.13-6
libice6              (>= 1:1.0.0) | 2:1.0.6-1
libnl1                   (>= 1.1) | 1.1-5
libpng12-0          (>= 1.2.13-4) | 1.2.41-1
libqt3-mt           (>= 3:3.3.8b) | 3:3.3.8b-6
libsm6                            | 2:1.1.1-1
libstdc++6             (>= 4.1.1) | 4.4.2-3
libx11-6                          | 2:1.3.2-1
libxext6                          | 2:1.0.4-1
zlib1g               (>= 1:1.1.4) | 1:1.2.3.3.dfsg-15
network-manager        (>= 0.7.0) | 0.7.2-2


Recommends                   (Version) | Installed
======================================-+-===========
kwalletmanager                         | 4:4.3.2-1
network-manager-vpnc                   | 0.7.2-1
network-manager-openvpn                | 0.7.2-1


Package's Suggests field is empty.






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Version: 1:0.9~svn1088283-1

Borden Rhodes wrote:
> Package: network-manager-kde
> Version: 1:0.7~~svn941706-2
> Severity: wishlist
> 
> Currently, I cannot use KDE Network Manager to set up or use *DSL connections 
> in Squeeze (or, if I can, the developers have done an outstanding job hiding 
> this option).  Kubuntu and OpenSUSE, at least, do have *DSL support built 
> into 
> their KDE Network Manager front-ends.  Furthermore, that front-end uses KDE 4 
> instead of KDE 3 libraries.
> 
> It appears that a KDE 4 release of Network Manager is lingering in the 
> Experimental repositories.  OpenSUSE says that the KDE3 versions of 
> KNetworkManager are obsolete (http://en.opensuse.org/KNetworkManager).
> 
> When is the KDE 4 version of KNetworkManager going to be moved into unstable?

Today. Closing this bug report.

Regards,
Michael

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