The VPN service 'org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.openvpn' was not installed.

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  • Jelle Licht
  • Ludovic Courtès
  • Maxim Cournoyer
  • Raghav Gururajan
  • Tomáš Čech
  • swedebugia
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swedebugia wrote on 22 Dec 2018 04:28
(address . bug-guix@gnu.org)
acb0d8532c0ad030b5b57c2ff800580b@riseup.net
Dec 22 04:21:24 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448884.2537]audit: op="connection-activate"uuid="c3d6b24a-d67c-48a9-8695-2e9dd83c1b07" name="Riseup VPN" pid=414uid=1000 result="fail" reason="The VPN service'org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.openvpn' was not installed."Dec 22 04:22:19 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448939.2045]device (wlp3s0): set-hw-addr: set MAC address to AE:C7:48:B4:FE:7E(scanning)Dec 22 04:22:19 localhost vmunix: [ 3281.066433] IPv6:ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wlp3s0: link is not readyDec 22 04:22:19 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448939.2203]device (wlp3s0): supplicant interface state: inactive -> disabledDec 22 04:22:19 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448939.2557]device (wlp3s0): supplicant interface state: disabled -> inactive
config attached were it is installed systemwide.
my user manifest is also attached were it is also installed.
sdb@antelope ~/src/guix$ guix --versionguix (GNU Guix) 0.16.0-3.6ddc63e
running from git.-- Cheers Swedebugia
;; This is an operating system configuration template ;; for a "desktop" setup with GNOME and Xfce where the ;; root partition is encrypted with LUKS. (use-modules (gnu) (gnu system nss)) (use-service-modules desktop networking) (use-package-modules certs gnome ;; for my-base-packages linux less base nano pciutils admin man texinfo bash guile gawk compression) (define %my-base-packages ;; Like upstream but without wifi-programs and zile. ;; Default set of packages globally visible. It should include anything ;; required for basic administrator tasks. (cons* procps psmisc which less ;;zile nano pciutils usbutils util-linux inetutils isc-dhcp (@ (gnu packages admin) shadow) ;for 'passwd' ;; wireless-tools is deprecated in favor of iw, but it's still what ;; many people are familiar with, so keep it around. ;;iw wireless-tools iproute net-tools ; XXX: remove when Inetutils suffices man-db info-reader ;the standalone Info reader (no Perl) ;; The 'sudo' command is already in %SETUID-PROGRAMS, but we also ;; want the other commands and the man pages (notably because ;; auto-completion in Emacs shell relies on man pages.) sudo ;; Get 'insmod' & co. from kmod, not module-init-tools, since udev ;; already depends on it anyway. kmod eudev e2fsprogs kbd bash-completion ;; XXX: We don't use (canonical-package guile-2.2) here because that ;; would create a collision in the global profile between the GMP ;; variant propagated by 'guile-final' and the GMP variant propagated ;; by 'gnutls', itself propagated by 'guix'. guile-2.2 ;; The packages below are also in %FINAL-INPUTS, so take them from ;; there to avoid duplication. (map canonical-package (list bash coreutils findutils grep sed diffutils patch gawk tar gzip bzip2 xz lzip)))) (operating-system (host-name "antelope") (timezone "Europe/Paris") (locale "en_US.utf8") ;; Use the UEFI variant of GRUB with the EFI System ;; Partition mounted on /boot/efi. (bootloader (bootloader-configuration (bootloader grub-bootloader) (target "/dev/sda"))) (file-systems (cons (file-system (device (file-system-label "my-root")) (mount-point "/") (type "ext4")) %base-file-systems)) (swap-devices '("/dev/sda2")) (users (cons (user-account (name "sdb") (comment "Alice's brother") (group "users") (supplementary-groups '("wheel" "netdev" "audio" "video")) (home-directory "/home/sdb")) %base-user-accounts)) ;; This is where we specify system-wide packages. (packages (cons* nss-certs ;for HTTPS access gvfs ;for user mounts gnome-shell-extensions network-manager-openvpn %my-base-packages)) ;; Add GNOME and/or Xfce---we can choose at the log-in ;; screen with F1. Use the "desktop" services, which ;; include the X11 log-in service, networking with ;; NetworkManager, and more. (services (cons* (gnome-desktop-service) ;;(xfce-desktop-service) (console-keymap-service "se-latin1") (modify-services %desktop-services ; Add berlin as first priority ; substitute server (guix-service-type config => (guix-configuration (inherit config) (substitute-urls '( "https://berlin.guixsd.org https://mirror.hydra.gnu.org")))) (network-manager-service-type config => (network-manager-configuration (inherit config) (vpn-plugins (list network-manager-openvpn))))))) ;; Allow resolution of '.local' host names with mDNS. ;;(name-service-switch %mdns-host-lookup-nss) )
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Maxim Cournoyer wrote on 9 Jan 2019 13:54
(address . swedebugia@riseup.net)(address . 33832@debbugs.gnu.org)
874lai3sak.fsf@gmail.com
Hi,
swedebugia@riseup.net writes:
Toggle quote (24 lines)> Dec 22 04:21:24 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448884.2537]> audit: op="connection-activate"> uuid="c3d6b24a-d67c-48a9-8695-2e9dd83c1b07" name="Riseup VPN" pid=414> uid=1000 result="fail" reason="The VPN service> 'org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.openvpn' was not installed."> Dec 22 04:22:19 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448939.2045]> device (wlp3s0): set-hw-addr: set MAC address to AE:C7:48:B4:FE:7E> (scanning)> Dec 22 04:22:19 localhost vmunix: [ 3281.066433] IPv6:> ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wlp3s0: link is not ready> Dec 22 04:22:19 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448939.2203]> device (wlp3s0): supplicant interface state: inactive -> disabled> Dec 22 04:22:19 localhost NetworkManager[289]: <info> [1545448939.2557]> device (wlp3s0): supplicant interface state: disabled -> inactive>> config attached were it is installed systemwide.>> my user manifest is also attached were it is also installed.>> sdb@antelope ~/src/guix$ guix --version> guix (GNU Guix) 0.16.0-3.6ddc63e>> running from git.
I can confirm the bug; it makes the network-manager-openvpn useless atwhat it's supposed to be helpful with ;-).
Given that it seems to be a DBus error, I tried to modify ournetwork-manager-service-type so that it would consider the VPN pluginsas well when extending the dbus-system-service:
1 file changed, 10 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)gnu/services/networking.scm | 17 ++++++++++-------
modified gnu/services/networking.scm@@ -919,25 +919,28 @@ and @command{wicd-curses} user interfaces." (stop #~(make-kill-destructor)))))))) (define network-manager-service-type- (let- ((config->package+ (let*+ ((config->packages (match-lambda- (($ <network-manager-configuration> network-manager)- (list network-manager)))))+ (($ <network-manager-configuration> network-manager _ vpn-plugins)+ `(,network-manager ,@vpn-plugins))))) (service-type (name 'network-manager) (extensions (list (service-extension shepherd-root-service-type network-manager-shepherd-service)- (service-extension dbus-root-service-type config->package)- (service-extension polkit-service-type config->package)+ (service-extension dbus-root-service-type config->packages)+ (service-extension polkit-service-type+ (compose+ list+ network-manager-configuration-network-manager)) (service-extension activation-service-type (const %network-manager-activation)) (service-extension session-environment-service-type network-manager-environment) ;; Add network-manager to the system profile.- (service-extension profile-service-type config->package)))+ (service-extension profile-service-type config->packages))) (default-value (network-manager-configuration)) (description "Run @uref{https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/NetworkManager,
Unfortunately that didn't work... I'll have to read on DBus to debugthis further. Any help would be appreciated :-)
Thanks,
Maxim
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Maxim Cournoyer wrote on 10 Jan 2019 13:51
(address . swedebugia@riseup.net)(address . 33832@debbugs.gnu.org)
87zhs8znes.fsf@gmail.com
Debugging a bit further, it seems that my change to thenetwork-manager-service-type had the following effect:
A file populated at /etc/dbus-1/system-local.conf now has an includedirective for network-manager-openvpn:
Toggle snippet (3 lines)<includedir>/gnu/store/gw3ckmw2pihc44d23lc8pipfw7wr16g7-network-manager-openvpn-1.8.0/etc/dbus-1/system.d</includedir>
There is no /etc/dbus-1/system.conf file, which usually should sourcethe above system-local.conf, although the package holds a copy of itsuch as/gnu/store/5bda3bgy871dyb9cna4k7gnz002j88rq-dbus-1.12.6/share/dbus-1/system.conf,and this file has:
Toggle snippet (6 lines)<!-- This is included last so local configuration can override what's
in this standard file --> <include ignore_missing="yes">/etc/dbus-1/system-local.conf</include>
I'm not sure if it works though, because using the Emacs dbus support toview the available definitions, I cannot see the ones from thesystem-local.conf file:
Toggle snippet (16 lines)(require 'dbus)(dbus-list-activatable-names ':system)
;; Results:("org.freedesktop.DBus" ; "org.freedesktop.UPower" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.GeoClue2" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.login1" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.UDisks2" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.ColorHelper" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.PolicyKit1" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.Accounts" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.ColorManager" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services "org.freedesktop.nm_dispatcher") ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services
So it could be that the system-local.conf file is not read in.
I've tried stracing the dbus-daemon (by attaching to it) as suggested byLudovic on #guix, but that doesn't mention anything about reading thefiles.
So, to debug this further, I've added the documentation to dbus [1] andin `man dbus-daemon`, we can read:


Toggle snippet (34 lines)DEBUGGING If you're trying to figure out where your messages are going or why you aren't getting messages, there are several things you can try.
Remember that the system bus is heavily locked down and if you haven't installed a security policy file to allow your message through, it won't work. For the session bus, this is not a concern.
The simplest way to figure out what's happening on the bus is to run the dbus-monitor program, which comes with the D-Bus package. You can also send test messages with dbus-send. These programs have their own man pages.
If you want to know what the daemon itself is doing, you might consider running a separate copy of the daemon to test against. This will allow you to put the daemon under a debugger, or run it with verbose output, without messing up your real session and system daemons.
To run a separate test copy of the daemon, for example you might open a terminal and type:
DBUS_VERBOSE=1 dbus-daemon --session --print-address
The test daemon address will be printed when the daemon starts. You will need to copy-and-paste this address and use it as the value of the DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS environment variable when you launch the applications you want to test. This will cause those applications to connect to your test bus instead of the DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS of your real session bus.
DBUS_VERBOSE=1 will have NO EFFECT unless your copy of D-Bus was compiled with verbose mode enabled. This is not recommended in production builds due to performance impact. You may need to rebuild D-Bus if your copy was not built with debugging in mind. (DBUS_VERBOSE also affects the D-Bus library and thus applications using D-Bus; it may be useful to see verbose output on both the client side and from the daemon.)
If you want to get fancy, you can create a custom bus configuration for your test bus (see the session.conf and system.conf files that define the two default configurations for example). This would allow you to specify a different directory for .service files, for example.
This should help in further debbugging the issue, along with this localdefinition that enables the verbose mode of dbus:
Toggle snippet (30 lines)gnu/packages/glib.scm | 11 +++++++++++
modified gnu/packages/glib.scm@@ -68,6 +68,7 @@ ;; Export variables up-front to allow circular dependency with the 'xorg' ;; module. #:export (dbus+ my-dbus glib gobject-introspection dbus-glib@@ -156,6 +157,16 @@ or through unencrypted TCP/IP suitable for use behind a firewall with shared NFS home directories.") (license license:gpl2+))) ; or Academic Free License 2.1 +(define my-dbus+ (package+ (inherit dbus)+ (name "my-dbus")+ (arguments+ (substitute-keyword-arguments+ (package-arguments dbus)+ ((#:configure-flags flags)+ `(cons "--enable-verbose-mode" ,flags))))))+ (define glib (package (name "glib")
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Tomáš Čech wrote on 19 Feb 2019 21:10
(name . Maxim Cournoyer)(address . maxim.cournoyer@gmail.com)
20190219201030.GB6890@doom
On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 07:51:07AM -0500, Maxim Cournoyer wrote:
Toggle quote (126 lines)>Debugging a bit further, it seems that my change to the>network-manager-service-type had the following effect:>>A file populated at /etc/dbus-1/system-local.conf now has an include>directive for network-manager-openvpn:>>--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---><includedir>/gnu/store/gw3ckmw2pihc44d23lc8pipfw7wr16g7-network-manager-openvpn-1.8.0/etc/dbus-1/system.d</includedir>>--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8--->>There is no /etc/dbus-1/system.conf file, which usually should source>the above system-local.conf, although the package holds a copy of it>such as>/gnu/store/5bda3bgy871dyb9cna4k7gnz002j88rq-dbus-1.12.6/share/dbus-1/system.conf,>and this file has:>>--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---><!-- This is included last so local configuration can override what's>> in this standard file -->> <include ignore_missing="yes">/etc/dbus-1/system-local.conf</include>>--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8--->>I'm not sure if it works though, because using the Emacs dbus support to>view the available definitions, I cannot see the ones from the>system-local.conf file:>>--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8--->(require 'dbus)>(dbus-list-activatable-names ':system)>>;; Results:>("org.freedesktop.DBus" ;> "org.freedesktop.UPower" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.GeoClue2" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.login1" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.UDisks2" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.ColorHelper" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.PolicyKit1" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.Accounts" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.ColorManager" ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services> "org.freedesktop.nm_dispatcher") ;from /etc/dbus-1/system-services>--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8--->>So it could be that the system-local.conf file is not read in.>>I've tried stracing the dbus-daemon (by attaching to it) as suggested by>Ludovic on #guix, but that doesn't mention anything about reading the>files.>>So, to debug this further, I've added the documentation to dbus [1] and>in `man dbus-daemon`, we can read:>>>>--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8--->DEBUGGING> If you're trying to figure out where your messages are going or why you aren't getting messages, there are> several things you can try.>> Remember that the system bus is heavily locked down and if you haven't installed a security policy file to> allow your message through, it won't work. For the session bus, this is not a concern.>> The simplest way to figure out what's happening on the bus is to run the dbus-monitor program, which comes> with the D-Bus package. You can also send test messages with dbus-send. These programs have their own man> pages.>> If you want to know what the daemon itself is doing, you might consider running a separate copy of the daemon> to test against. This will allow you to put the daemon under a debugger, or run it with verbose output,> without messing up your real session and system daemons.>> To run a separate test copy of the daemon, for example you might open a terminal and type:>> DBUS_VERBOSE=1 dbus-daemon --session --print-address>> The test daemon address will be printed when the daemon starts. You will need to copy-and-paste this address> and use it as the value of the DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS environment variable when you launch the applications> you want to test. This will cause those applications to connect to your test bus instead of the> DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS of your real session bus.>> DBUS_VERBOSE=1 will have NO EFFECT unless your copy of D-Bus was compiled with verbose mode enabled. This is> not recommended in production builds due to performance impact. You may need to rebuild D-Bus if your copy> was not built with debugging in mind. (DBUS_VERBOSE also affects the D-Bus library and thus applications> using D-Bus; it may be useful to see verbose output on both the client side and from the daemon.)>> If you want to get fancy, you can create a custom bus configuration for your test bus (see the session.conf> and system.conf files that define the two default configurations for example). This would allow you to> specify a different directory for .service files, for example.>--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8--->>This should help in further debbugging the issue, along with this local>definition that enables the verbose mode of dbus:>>--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8--->gnu/packages/glib.scm | 11 +++++++++++>>modified gnu/packages/glib.scm>@@ -68,6 +68,7 @@> ;; Export variables up-front to allow circular dependency with the 'xorg'> ;; module.> #:export (dbus>+ my-dbus> glib> gobject-introspection> dbus-glib>@@ -156,6 +157,16 @@ or through unencrypted TCP/IP suitable for use behind a firewall with> shared NFS home directories.")> (license license:gpl2+))) ; or Academic Free License 2.1>>+(define my-dbus>+ (package>+ (inherit dbus)>+ (name "my-dbus")>+ (arguments>+ (substitute-keyword-arguments>+ (package-arguments dbus)>+ ((#:configure-flags flags)>+ `(cons "--enable-verbose-mode" ,flags))))))>+> (define glib> (package> (name "glib")>--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8--->>To be continued...
You seem to be on very right track. There is another unexpect problem- NetworkManager doesn't seem to respect NM_VPN_PLUGIN_PATH in theright place.
Try this quick patch:
From fc8bbfe018b4f19fb383391c71e3518a9c46e0f3 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001From: =?UTF-8?q?Tom=C3=A1=C5=A1=20=C4=8Cech?= <sleep_walker@gnu.org>Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2019 13:23:43 +0100Subject: [PATCH] respect NM_VPN_PLUGIN_DIR
--- src/vpn/nm-vpn-manager.c | 14 ++++++++++++++ 1 file changed, 14 insertions(+)
Toggle diff (45 lines)diff --git a/src/vpn/nm-vpn-manager.c b/src/vpn/nm-vpn-manager.cindex 8e708d1..86238c9 100644--- a/src/vpn/nm-vpn-manager.c+++ b/src/vpn/nm-vpn-manager.c@@ -223,6 +223,7 @@ nm_vpn_manager_init (NMVpnManager *self) GSList *infos, *info; const char *conf_dir_etc = _nm_vpn_plugin_info_get_default_dir_etc (); const char *conf_dir_lib = _nm_vpn_plugin_info_get_default_dir_lib ();+ const char *conf_dir_user = _nm_vpn_plugin_info_get_default_dir_user (); /* Watch the VPN directory for changes */ file = g_file_new_for_path (conf_dir_lib);@@ -241,6 +242,14 @@ nm_vpn_manager_init (NMVpnManager *self) G_CALLBACK (vpn_dir_changed), self); } + file = g_file_new_for_path (conf_dir_user);+ priv->monitor_etc = g_file_monitor_directory (file, G_FILE_MONITOR_NONE, NULL, NULL);+ g_object_unref (file);+ if (priv->monitor_etc) {+ priv->monitor_id_etc = g_signal_connect (priv->monitor_etc, "changed",+ G_CALLBACK (vpn_dir_changed), self);+ }+ /* first read conf_dir_lib. The name files are not really user configuration, but * plugin configuration. Hence we expect ~newer~ plugins to install their files * in /usr/lib/NetworkManager. We want to prefer those files.@@ -255,6 +264,11 @@ nm_vpn_manager_init (NMVpnManager *self) try_add_plugin (self, info->data); g_slist_free_full (infos, g_object_unref); + infos = _nm_vpn_plugin_info_list_load_dir (conf_dir_user, TRUE, 0, NULL, NULL);+ for (info = infos; info; info = info->next)+ try_add_plugin (self, info->data);+ g_slist_free_full (infos, g_object_unref);+ priv->active_services = g_hash_table_new_full (g_str_hash, g_str_equal, g_free, NULL); } -- 2.20.1
HTH,
S_W
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Ludovic Courtès wrote on 6 Mar 2019 14:19
(name . Tomáš Čech)(address . sleep_walker@gnu.org)
87wolci1if.fsf@gnu.org
Hi Tomáš,
Tomáš Čech <sleep_walker@gnu.org> skribis:
Toggle quote (2 lines)> On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 07:51:07AM -0500, Maxim Cournoyer wrote:
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Toggle quote (13 lines)>>To be continued...>> You seem to be on very right track. There is another unexpect problem> - NetworkManager doesn't seem to respect NM_VPN_PLUGIN_PATH in the> right place.>> Try this quick patch:>> From fc8bbfe018b4f19fb383391c71e3518a9c46e0f3 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001> From: =?UTF-8?q?Tom=C3=A1=C5=A1=20=C4=8Cech?= <sleep_walker@gnu.org>> Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2019 13:23:43 +0100> Subject: [PATCH] respect NM_VPN_PLUGIN_DIR
Does this patch solve the problem for you? How did you get there? :-)
Thanks,Ludo’.
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Tomáš Čech wrote on 6 Mar 2019 14:29
(name . Ludovic Courtès)(address . ludo@gnu.org)
20190306132917.GD20444@loki
Hi Ludo,
On Wed, Mar 06, 2019 at 02:19:20PM +0100, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
Toggle quote (23 lines)>Hi Tomáš,>>Tomáš Čech <sleep_walker@gnu.org> skribis:>>> On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 07:51:07AM -0500, Maxim Cournoyer wrote:>>[...]>>>>To be continued...>>>> You seem to be on very right track. There is another unexpect problem>> - NetworkManager doesn't seem to respect NM_VPN_PLUGIN_PATH in the>> right place.>>>> Try this quick patch:>>>> From fc8bbfe018b4f19fb383391c71e3518a9c46e0f3 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001>> From: =?UTF-8?q?Tom=C3=A1=C5=A1=20=C4=8Cech?= <sleep_walker@gnu.org>>> Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2019 13:23:43 +0100>> Subject: [PATCH] respect NM_VPN_PLUGIN_DIR>>Does this patch solve the problem for you? How did you get there? :-)
Partially. I was not interested in OpenVPN, but L2TP/IPSec VPN (my newemployer is using) so I was using network-manager-l2tp module with the same problems.(Actually it is much more painful because it requires some morepatching of xl2tpd and strongswan to bring it up together... They havesomehow hardcoded locations for configuration and secrets...)
But with Maxim's DBus related patches and my NM patch it seemed to bestarting daemons at least.
Best regards,
S_W
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Jelle Licht wrote on 24 Jun 2019 21:34
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Hi S_W, Maxim
Tomáš Čech <sleep_walker@gnu.org> writes:
Toggle quote (6 lines)> Hi Ludo,> [...]>> But with Maxim's DBus related patches and my NM patch it seemed to be> starting daemons at least.
Do you still have the patches for these changes lying around? I amtrying to get network-manager-vpnc packaged+working, but it seems thisissue will also need to be solved first.
Toggle quote (5 lines)>> Best regards,>> S_W
All the best,
Jelle
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Tomáš Čech wrote on 26 Jun 2019 10:20
(name . Jelle Licht)(address . jlicht@fsfe.org)
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Hi!
On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 09:34:34PM +0200, Jelle Licht wrote:
Toggle quote (14 lines)>Hi S_W, Maxim>>Tomáš Čech <sleep_walker@gnu.org> writes:>>> Hi Ludo,>> [...]>>>> But with Maxim's DBus related patches and my NM patch it seemed to be>> starting daemons at least.>>Do you still have the patches for these changes lying around? I am>trying to get network-manager-vpnc packaged+working, but it seems this>issue will also need to be solved first.
I didn't have time to refresh it to our current version - it's just in the mail:
https://www.mail-archive.com/bug-guix@gnu.org/msg11776.html
Best regards,
S_W
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Raghav Gururajan wrote on 28 Jun 2019 22:02
merge 36422 33832
(address . control@debbugs.gnu.org)(name . Tobias Geerinckx-Rice)(address . me@tobias.gr)
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merge 36422 33832
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Raghav Gururajan wrote on 2 Jul 2019 20:56
severity 36422 serious
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severity 36422 serious
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Jelle Licht wrote on 27 Sep 2019 22:46
Re: bug#33832: The VPN service 'org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.openvpn' was not installed.
(name . Tomáš Čech)(address . sleep_walker@gnu.org)
87wodtbh7o.fsf@jlicht.xyz
Toggle quote (5 lines)> [snip]> I didn't have time to refresh it to our current version - it's just in the mail:>> https://www.mail-archive.com/bug-guix@gnu.org/msg11776.html
Closing, this was fixed a while ago in commit40557aeab594907bf56b0a2a367061dbdd19f4aa.
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