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Offline badkey

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kde networkmanager
« on: 2015/03/29, 16:10:07 »
Hi all,
a quite simple question - where does the kde networkmanager store the connection profile information? I would like to delete some profiles, I looked at right mouse menu as well as to the .kde folder. Nothing related...


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Offline ayla

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Re: kde networkmanager
« Reply #1 on: 2015/03/29, 16:48:14 »
You may have a look at /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections

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Offline musca

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Re: kde networkmanager
« Reply #2 on: 2015/03/29, 19:14:20 »
Hello badkey,
members of the netdev group can use the nmcli command.
user@sidbox:~$ nmcli connection show
NAME         UUID                                  TYPE             DEVICE
WLAN-Home    35ccfe07-f75e-467a-89e1-ac3d6ebe5e07  802-11-wireless  wlan0
LAN          131326a9-556c-40a2-a08d-3d552a2e7535  802-3-ethernet   eth0

user@sidbox:~$ nmcli con del WLAN-Home
user@sidbox:~$ nmcli c s
NAME  UUID                                  TYPE            DEVICE
LAN   131326a9-556c-40a2-a08d-3d552a2e7535  802-3-ethernet  eth0

In the second and third command i used short abbreviations of "connection delete" and "connection show",
but bash-completion knows about nmcli, so the long names are no hazzle.

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Offline Lanzi

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Re: kde networkmanager
« Reply #3 on: 2015/03/31, 23:54:34 »
ANother question from me:
The old networkmanager ould save the passwords without using KDE-Wallet. I prefered this, since when I start my laptop I am always asked to open my wallet, and to keep it open, which I don't like!

Also Dropbox starts in standby when the internetconection is not established since the first seconds.

so my question: How do I start my kdenetworkmanager without KDE Wallet?

Offline piper

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Re: kde networkmanager
« Reply #4 on: 2015/04/01, 01:47:48 »
Quote from: Lanzi
ANother question from me:
The old networkmanager ould save the passwords without using KDE-Wallet. I prefered this, since when I start my laptop I am always asked to open my wallet, and to keep it open, which I don't like!

Also Dropbox starts in standby when the internetconection is not established since the first seconds.

so my question: How do I start my kdenetworkmanager without KDE Wallet?
setting a blank master password for the wallet manager

If that don't work try  (back it up first)

Delete this folder

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.kde4/share/apps/kwallet/
This file

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.kde4/share/config/kwalletrc           
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Offline ayla

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Re: kde networkmanager
« Reply #5 on: 2015/04/01, 02:28:08 »
I always do not choose to use kwallet in the second step of the kwallet dialog, which opens when storing the password the first time. Insteed I just tell it to go on (don't know exactly what the choices are any more). After that kwallet is not used and I have to give  the password one more time in the settings of my networkmanger/wireless device. I also have to choose "all users may connect to this network". Then networkmanager starts without asking for a password any more.
Kernel: 4.18.11-towo.1-siduction-amd64 x86_64
Desktop: KDE Plasma 5.13.5
(mostly) kept current siduction "18.3.0 Patience"
HP EliteBook 8570p; MoBo: HP model: 17A7 v: KBC Version 42.35
Dual core  i5-3320M (-MT-MCP-)
Intel 3. Gen Graphics (Ivybridge) Driver:i915/ intel
 Wifi Intel Centrino N6205