[ubuntu/precise-updates] network-manager (Accepted)

Colin Watson cjwatson at canonical.com
Mon Jan 14 12:05:25 UTC 2013

network-manager ( precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/git_use_wpa_wext_methods_50435e1.patch: use the same kind
    of logic as wpasupplicant instead of just looking at whether a driver
    reports signal over nl80211 to decide whether to use that or fallback
    to wext. (LP: #1035590)
  * debian/patches/ipw2x00-no-nl80211.patch: replaced by the patch above.
  * debian/patches/git_ignore_ipconfig_dups_cca4052.patch: silently ignore
    duplicates in NMIP[46]Config objects; which tends to happen fairly
    regularly with RDNSS. (LP: #996032)
  * debian/patches/nm-ipv6-route-cache.patch: don't re-add routes we receive
    from kernel notifications to the routing table if they have the
    RTM_F_CLONED flag; since that means they're host routes used temporarily
    by the kernel to reach a specific destination; keeping them would cause at
    least issues with VPNs, and possibly confusion with routing daemons.
    Thanks to Ben Jenks for the patch. (LP: #1038541)
  * debian/ifblacklist_migrate.sh: make sure that "iface X inet6" entries added
    by d-i also get commented out if set up for dhcp or auto -- this follows
    what is already done for IPv4, where such devices should be handled by
    NetworkManager. This fixes issues where people installing using d-i and
    where IPv6 autoconfiguration is available would get their interfaces
    ignored by NetworkManager when installing desktop. (LP: #995165)

Date: 2012-10-10 21:45:11.552619+00:00
Changed-By: Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <mathieu.tl at gmail.com>
Signed-By: Colin Watson <cjwatson at canonical.com>
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