On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 08:59:57AM -0500, KeithG wrote:
I cannot find the monitor-iwd script.
This script is part of the iwd sources.
I found the monitor-connman script,
but when I try to run the monitor-connman script, I get a gobject error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./monitor-connman", line 3, in <module>
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'gobject'
The Python support for GLib gobject was always a bit troublesome and it
seems it aged really badly.
This is even though I believe that python-gobject is installed and I
run the hello.py script on this page:
python 3.8.5 and
$ pacman -Q | grep gobject
I have the same problem with Python 3 on my distro. It still works with
Python 2. The test script need to use the dynamic version of the GLib
binding. See the other patch.
I am now running on a pretty common dell laptop with an intel wifi
get the same behavior. iwd 1.9 connman 1.38. I connected via connman then
powered down the radio on the router then back on then had to reconnect by
typing in teh password. The journal of this event is attached.
I did notice that in order to reconnect on this laptop (Arch Linux x86_64)
that I had to type in the password again though I was just connected before
I turned off the SSID. The journal running /usr/bin/connmand -n -d
plugins/iwd.c:src/service.c though this event is attached.
I'll try to reproduce it later.