1. 02 Aug, 2018 1 commit
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  5. 25 Jun, 2018 1 commit
    • Jouke Witteveen's avatar
      wifi-menu: Support UTF-8 encoded SSIDs (FS#45384) · e4638274
      Jouke Witteveen authored
      Strictly speaking, we should check with the SSIDEncoding value sent out
      by the station, as specified in the 2012 version of 802.11 (page 566),
      but wpa_supplicant does not (yet) expose this information and stations
      may not set the field to UTF-8 and still encode their SSID accordingly.
      
      We therefore assume SSIDs to be UTF-8 encoded (the only real alternative
      is treating SSIDs as raw byte string) in wifi-menu. Note that wifi-menu
      is only provided as a convenience and many/most use cases involve
      writing profile files manually.
      
      When the current character map is not set to UTF-8, wifi-menu will only
      use ASCII characters in its screen output.
      This can be forced using for example `LC_CTYPE=C wifi-menu`.
      
      Thanks to Declspeck <declspeck@declblog.com> for their activity on the
      Flyspray task.
      e4638274
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  16. 31 Jul, 2017 1 commit
    • Jouke Witteveen's avatar
      Only touch the transient hostname · b1b03d8e
      Jouke Witteveen authored
      According to hostnamectl(1), network configuration should only influence the
      transient hostname.
      
      Observed and reported by Stefan (steinwanderer).
      b1b03d8e
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  23. 30 Nov, 2016 2 commits
    • Jouke Witteveen's avatar
      Additional granularity in `netctl list` · d1c992b7
      Jouke Witteveen authored
      Distinguish between started profiles and online profiles in the output
      of the list subcommand of netctl.
      To be consistent in symbol usage, the wifi-menu flags have changed too.
      d1c992b7
    • Jouke Witteveen's avatar
      Distinguish between network{,-online}.target (FS#50476) · e43a8221
      Jouke Witteveen authored
      The netctl@ service now yields before obtaining an IP address. This
      prevents holding up network.target unnecessarily. Waiting for profiles
      to obtain an IP address is possible through
      
      1) The netctl-wait-online service
      This service waits until all enabled profiles have obtained an address.
      It is ordered before network-online.target so that this target is now
      correctly implemented in netctl.
      
      2) The wait-online <PROFILE> subcommand to netctl
      This command waits for a started profile to obtain an address.
      e43a8221
  24. 23 Nov, 2016 3 commits