Ok, I'm prepared for the RTFM response but I could really use some fast-tracking!
1) I have an embedded Linux system based on a yocto image. So I have connman and
2) From my reading to date I should use connman only and avoid the complexity of
3) I plan to support WiFi interfaces only....Enterprise and WPA (no open networks)
1) I noticed there is no /etc/connman/main.conf by default. I suppose if I create that
file it will configure connman provided my syntax is correct?
2) I'm clear how to use connmanctl interactive mode to make a connection but I'm
less clear on the process for my Qt application to perform this. I believe it would
simply be a connmanctl connect call when a user configures a WiFi SSID. As connman
persists over a reboot do I only issue the connect call when a user re-configures and on
reboot provided connman and wpa_supplicant services are up the connection will attempt to
3) I've noticed sometimes connman connections seem "In progress"...how can I
force a connman abort and "reset" to get ready for a new command? Anyway to do
this without restarting the connman service?
4) In my WPA, I'm a bit lost regarding how provisioning files work. When my user
enters appropriate information is there a command I can call to build a provisioning file
for the connection I've established? Does connman automatically update files like
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