Sorry for asking basic questions, I am new to connman and the list,
but it seems to me that connman targets to the embedded system, a
perfect light weight network management library for the embedded
system. I am using ublox SARA LTE Cat M1 / NB1 module, EMMY-W1 WiFi
and BLE in a tiny Linux embedded system running on C / C++
applications, has anyone known if there are drivers that connman can
support those modules? Anything I need be aware of before using the
I also need network switching capability, the LTE is the default
network interface, when the system detects WiFi is available, it
switches from LTE to WiFi network connection immediately which is
similar to the mobile phone to automatically switch from LTE to the
WiFi. I think the connman must has that capacity as well, but correct
me if I am wrong.
The dbus is a desktop bus as the name implies, is it mandatory that
connman has to use dbus? I heard there are problems for embedded
system to use dbus, but please correct me.
Are there any preference of Linux distribution that will be the best
for running connman? I have been thinking to use either Debian armhf
or OpenWrt, appreciate your comments.