[Bug 275608] Re: nm-openvpn "Passwords with Certificate (TLS)" panel has wrong labels and inverts passwords

Thierry Carrez thierry.carrez at ubuntu.com
Fri Oct 10 09:41:55 BST 2008


The fixes were reported on upstream SVN. That said, upstream fixed one
more issue with the openvpn panel (the "certificate password" that was
asked for really was a "private key password"), so it's probably better
to take the full rev4127 upstream patch.

http://svn.gnome.org/viewvc/NetworkManager?view=revision&revision=4127

The attached debdiff imports the full rev4127 patch (minus Changelog) as
07_panel_fixes.diff :

network-manager-openvpn (0.7~~svn20080928t225540-0ubuntu2) intrepid;
urgency=low

  * Added debian/patches/07_panel_fixes.diff:
    - Extracted from upstream SVN (rev 4127)
    - Fixes ordering of certificate file selectors in the "Passwords with
      certificates" case (LP: #275608)
    - Fixes passwords swapping when reloading a "Passwords with certificates"
      configuration
    - Renames "Certificate password" to "Private key password", because that's
      what they really are


** Attachment added: "network-manager-openvpn_0.7~~svn20080928t225540-0ubuntu2.debdiff"
   http://launchpadlibrarian.net/18390653/network-manager-openvpn_0.7%7E%7Esvn20080928t225540-0ubuntu2.debdiff

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nm-openvpn "Passwords with Certificate (TLS)" panel has wrong labels and inverts passwords
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