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has caused the Debian Bug report #656325,
regarding plasma-widget-networkmanagement: Can not set up LEAP-authenticated 
WPA2 enterprise connection
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Package: plasma-widget-networkmanagement
Version: 0.9~git20111126.1ef1677-1
Severity: important

I am unable to set up a WPA2 (enterprise) encrypted connection authenticated
via LEAP - which is however exactly the setup my university uses.

What I do:
- click on the university wireless network (it's called "eduroam")
- in the authentication drop-down box, check "LEAP"

What happens
- the "PEAP" entry is selected, and PEAP configuration options are shown
- choosing anything else in the authentication drop-down box (including the
previously selected "TLS") does not have any effect, PEAP stays selected

What I expected to happen:
- I expected to be able to set up a LEAP connection, for which I only need a
username and a password

I do not know which version introduced the bug - in some previous version, I
was able to set up this wireless connection, but during the Christmas holidays,
the wireless setup was changed so I removed my old connection and set up a new

-- System Information:
Debian Release: wheezy/sid
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: amd64 (x86_64)

Kernel: Linux 3.1.0-1-amd64 (SMP w/2 CPU cores)
Locale: LANG=en_GB.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=en_GB.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash

Versions of packages plasma-widget-networkmanagement depends on:
ii  kdebase-runtime                 4:4.6.5-1+b1
ii  libc6                           2.13-24
ii  libgcc1                         1:4.6.2-11
ii  libkcmutils4                    4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libkdecore5                     4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libkdeui5                       4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libkio5                         4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libknotifyconfig4               4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libplasma3                      4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libqt4-dbus                     4:4.7.3-5
ii  libqt4-network                  4:4.7.3-5
ii  libqt4-svg                      4:4.7.3-5
ii  libqt4-xml                      4:4.7.3-5
ii  libqtcore4                      4:4.7.3-5
ii  libqtgui4                       4:4.7.3-5
ii  libsolid4                       4:4.6.5-2+b1
ii  libsolidcontrol4abi1            4:4.6.5-4
ii  libstdc++6                      4.6.2-11
ii  mobile-broadband-provider-info  20111113-1
ii  network-manager       

Versions of packages plasma-widget-networkmanagement recommends:
ii  kwalletmanager           4:4.6.5-4
ii  network-manager-openvpn
ii  network-manager-pptp
ii  network-manager-vpnc

Versions of packages plasma-widget-networkmanagement suggests:
ii  kdebase-workspace-bin  4:4.6.5-4

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Version: 0.9~git20120122.edc9568-1

On 31.01.2012 17:13, Ralf Jung wrote:
> fixed 656325 networkmanagement/0.9~git20120122.edc9568-1
> thanks
> This is fixed with the current version in unstable, thanks a lot!

Let's close the bug report then.


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