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I do not believe this is related to my VPN server as I am able to establish VPN connections with my Windows machines and Smartphones all day long with no problems. Description: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Release: 12.04 network-manager: Here is the syslog: Apr 30 satellite-p755 Network Manager[so loaded.

Output of /var/log/syslog says this when connecting with password stored in the config: Oct 28 zmog Network Manager: [1225142678.628687] ensure_killed(): vpn service pid 16090 cleaned up And this when typed into a dialog box, which looks like a CHAP auth failure, except it isn't because the same user/pass works in Hardy: Oct 28 zmog Network Manager: It works when entering VPN password by hand indeed, but I think this bug is focused around the connection failure, after the password has been saved to the keyring.

Package: network-manager Version: Severity: normal Dear Maintainer, Network Manager has started creating a new wired connection "eth0" after/during boot; this connection has ipv4 (and ipv6) disabled, and thus provides no connectivity. - Felix -- System Information: Debian Release: jessie/sid APT prefers testing-updates APT policy: (500, 'testing-updates'), (500, 'unstable'), (500, 'testing') Architecture: amd64 (x86_64) Kernel: Linux 3.14-1-amd64 (SMP w/4 CPU cores) Locale: LANG=en_GB, LC_CTYPE=en_GB (charmap=ISO-8859-1) Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash Versions of packages network-manager depends on: ii adduser 3.113 nmu3 ii dbus 1.8.6-1 ii init-system-helpers 1.19 ii isc-dhcp-client 4.3.0 dfsg-1 ii libc6 2.19-7 ii libdbus-1-3 1.8.6-1 ii libdbus-glib-1-2 0.102-1 ii libgcrypt11 1.5.3-4 ii libglib2.0-0 2.40.0-3 ii libgnutls-deb0-28 3.2.15-3 ii libgudev-1.0-0 208-6 ii libmm-glib0 1.2.0-1 ii libndp0 1.3-1 ii libnewt0.52 0.52.17-1 ii libnl-3-200 3.2.24-2 ii libnl-genl-3-200 3.2.24-2 ii libnl-route-3-200 3.2.24-2 ii libnm-glib4 ii libnm-util2 ii libpam-systemd 208-6 ii libpolkit-gobject-1-0 0.105-6 ii libreadline6 6.3-6 ii libsoup2.4-1 2.46.0-2 ii libsystemd-daemon0 208-6 ii libsystemd-login0 208-6 ii libuuid1 2.20.1-5.8 ii lsb-base 4.1 Debian13 ii policykit-1 0.105-6 ii udev 208-6 ii wpasupplicant 1.1-1 Versions of packages network-manager recommends: ii crda 1.1.2-1 ii dnsmasq-base 2.71-1 ii iptables 1.4.21-2 ii modemmanager 1.2.0-1 ii ppp 2.4.6-2 Versions of packages network-manager suggests: pn avahi-autoipd keeps creating the "eth0" interface and using it after restarting. Furthermore, it seems to get in the way of other interfaces such as wifi, meaning that if you're regularly using a wifi, every time a new "eth0" interface kicks in you lose connectivity. Mar 18 localhost cron[9870]: (CRON) STARTUP (V5.0) Mar 18 localhost su[9899]: Successful su for fitzcarraldo by root Mar 18 localhost su[9899]: /dev/console root:fitzcarraldo Mar 18 localhost su[9899]: pam_unix(su:session): session opened for user fitzcarraldo by (uid=0) Mar 18 localhost dbus[7763]: [system] Activating service name='org.freedesktop.

I can manually select my original wired connection (standard dhcp) in gnome3 (or using nmcli), but it keeps creating the "eth0" interface and using it after restarting. * Modifying the "eth0" connection to enable ipv4 or creating a new connection named "eth0" that has ipv4 enabled does not help -- NM will simply create another connection named "eth0" and use that. To give in idea, currently my laptop has 9 bogus "eth0" interfaces, in addition to the "right" one (i.e., "ifupdown (eth0)" and another static one I've configured). Realtime Kit1' (using servicehelper) Mar 18 localhost dbus[7763]: [system] Successfully activated service 'org.freedesktop.

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