← Back to team overview

desktop-packages team mailing list archive

[Bug 1386109] Re: com.ubuntu.connectivity1.NetworkingStatus.Status is always online


At this point there is not much to do: the device is getting removed and
NM sees only the state change to unmanaged, since we're dealing with
hybris-only devices in this particular case: this wouldn't happen with a
traditional rfkill device. There's also other code that deals with
unmanaged devices to let NM be online in that case, since that's
important on desktops which may have network devices configured
manually, outside of NetworkManager.

I'm going to try forcing a state update at the end of the urfkill state
change handlers, see if that is sufficient as a workaround, but past
that there won't be another place to hook into in order to update

Moreover, the connectivity API/indicator-network should be requesting a
new state from NetworkManager when it gets asked for the state of the
system, even if it's receiving the signals. This call always causes NM
to re-check its internal state.

You received this bug notification because you are a member of Desktop
Packages, which is subscribed to network-manager in Ubuntu.

  com.ubuntu.connectivity1.NetworkingStatus.Status is always online

Status in dekko:
Status in Network Menu:
Status in Libqtelegram - a qt library to access telegram.:
Status in “network-manager” package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  qdbus com.ubuntu.connectivity1

  always returns "online" on the phone, no matter if i'm connected to
  wifi or not or in Flight mode or not.

To manage notifications about this bug go to: