Sorry for the long long delay.
On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 2:50 PM, BOURDIL Pierre-Alain
scanning with wpa_cli is ok. Also, i recompiled wpa_supplicant
following the advice from connman config recommendation (at least CONFIG_BGSCAN was
Did you also check the last paragraph where is explained the required
wpa_supplicant's parameters in case it is not started by ConnMan?
Now i still have a problem :
"connmanctl> scan wifi
Error /net/connman/technology/wifi: Not supported"
From gdb, it still is triggered from device.c:device_scan, but because the device's
driver is null.
i attached here the log from connmand -n -d output.
The device's driver for WiFi devices is the plugin/wifi.c +
gsupplicant/*. I checked your logs and I don't see the log
"plugins/wifi.c:system_ready()" which means that the WiFi device's
driver does not even get registered and that's the reason you see it
as NULL and you get such error.
You could fall in such situation when either ConnMan was not compiled
with plugin WiFi which is enabled by default thus I don't think this
is the case. Or when ConnMan is not able to communicate with
wpa_supplicant, much probably. Could you please check wpa_supplicant
has been launched with option "-u"?