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    • Dan Winship's avatar
      wimax: drop WiMAX support (bgo #747846) · 721e917c
      Dan Winship authored
      Even Fedora is no longer shipping the WiMAX SDK, so it's likely we'll
      eventually accidentally break some of the code in src/devices/wimax/
      (if we haven't already). Discussion on the list showed a consensus for
      dropping support for WiMAX.
      
      So, remove the SDK checks from configure.ac, remove the WiMAX device
      plugin and associated manager support, and deprecate all the APIs.
      
      For compatibility reasons, it is still possible to create and save
      WiMAX connections, to toggle the software WiMAX rfkill state, and to
      change the "WIMAX" log level, although none of these have any effect,
      since no NMDeviceWimax will ever be created.
      
      nmcli was only compiling in support for most WiMAX operations when NM
      as a whole was built with WiMAX support, so that code has been removed
      now as well. (It is still possible to use nmcli to create and edit
      WiMAX connections, but those connections will never be activatable.)
      721e917c
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      wifi: don't autoconnect to networks that have never been successful · ccfe5fec
      Dan Williams authored
      If you accidentally click on an wifi network in the menu, and you
      don't know the password, and cancel, the connection always stuck
      around and was available for autoconnection.  That's annoying, and
      it's a few clicks to go delete them.  But better yet, we can
      slightly repurpose the 'timestamp' property of connections to
      determine whether or not they've been successfully connected in the
      past; NM stores timestamps for all connections as of version 0.9.
      
      So if a wifi connection hasn't ever been successful (which means it
      has a timestamp in the timestamp cache, but that timestamp is zero),
      don't try to autoconnect it.
      
      Preloaded connections without a timestamp will still be autoconnected
      at least once (as they always have) because they won't yet have a
      timestamp in the timestamp cache.
      ccfe5fec
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      TODO: remove bridging/bonding and InfiniBand · a44effc1
      Dan Winship authored
      Bonding and InfiniBand are done. Bridging isn't, but after removing
      the bonding and generic infrstructure parts of that section, there
      wasn't really enough left to be worth keeping.
      a44effc1
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    • Dan Williams's avatar
      2004-10-12 Dan Williams <dcbw@redhat.com> · b6df634a
      Dan Williams authored
      	* TODO
      		- Remove bit about static IP address support
      
      	* src/NetworkManagerUtils.c
      		- (nm_spawn_process): Add some error reporting
      
      	* src/NetworkManagerDevice.c
      		- (nm_device_activation_configure_ip): hook up to the static config
      			routines in the backends
      
      	* src/backends/NetworkManagerRedHat.c
      		- (nm_system_device_update_config_info): use shvar.c routines to
      			parse the config file iformation, not our own
      		- (nm_system_device_setup_static_ip4_config): new function, based
      			heavily on 'ifup' script and 'ipcalc' tool code.  Set up a device
      			with a static IP address and gateway
      
      	* src/backends/shvar.[ch]
      		- Parser (filched from initscripts package) for ifcfg-* files
      
      	* src/backends/NetworkManagerSystem.h
      	  src/backends/NetworkManagerGentoo.c
      	  src/backends/NetworkManagerDebian.c
      	  src/backends/NetworkManagerSlackware.c
      		- Stub nm_system_device_update_config_info() and nm_system_device_setup_static_ip4_config()
      
      
      git-svn-id: http://svn-archive.gnome.org/svn/NetworkManager/trunk@212 4912f4e0-d625-0410-9fb7-b9a5a253dbdc
      b6df634a
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      2004-09-13 Dan Williams <dcbw@redhat.com> · ee710f03
      Dan Williams authored
      	* TODO: fix typo
      
      	* docs/NetworkManager DBUS API.txt
      		- Update for new signal strength changes
      
      	* panel-applet/NMWirelessApplet.c
      		- Make panel icon show strength of the current connection
      		- Cleanups and memleak fixes
      
      	* panel-applet/NMWirelessApplet.h
      		- Add data members for signal strength on devices and networks
      
      	* panel-applet/NMWirelessAppletDbus.c
      		- Free more DBusErrors
      		- Update for new signal strength changes
      		- Make devices and networks more like real objects, use ref/unref methods
      		- Actually unlock the mutex when updating the active device
      
      	* src/NetworkManagerAP.c
      		- Change AP functions and data members from "quality"->"strength"
      
      	* src/NetworkManagerDbus.c
      		- Kill "getMaxQuality" and "getQuality" methods
      		- Add "getStrength" methods for Networks and Devices
      
      	* src/NetworkManagerDevice.[ch]
      		- Add accessors for device strength
      		- Add functions to update strength for a device.  Note that not all drivers
      			actually support signal strength for scanned access points (Atmel drivers
      			being one)
      		- Calculate signal strength for each AP during scan
      
      	* src/NetworkManagerWireless.[ch]
      		- Add function to return signal strength % from a device and a raw quality struct
      
      	* test/nmclienttest.c
      		- Update for new signal strength changes
      
      
      git-svn-id: http://svn-archive.gnome.org/svn/NetworkManager/trunk@156 4912f4e0-d625-0410-9fb7-b9a5a253dbdc
      ee710f03