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Activity log for bug #942573

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2012-02-28 12:04:08 Andrew McDonnell bug added bug
2012-02-28 12:05:11 Andrew McDonnell tags precise ubi-network ubi-wireless xubuntu
2012-02-28 12:05:18 Andrew McDonnell tags precise ubi-network ubi-wireless xubuntu i386 precise ubi-network ubi-wireless xubuntu
2012-02-28 12:08:30 Andrew McDonnell attachment added syslog.txt https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/942573/+attachment/2790662/+files/syslog.txt
2012-02-28 12:09:31 Andrew McDonnell attachment added ps_ef.txt https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/942573/+attachment/2790663/+files/ps_ef.txt
2012-02-28 12:10:06 Ubuntu QA Website tags i386 precise ubi-network ubi-wireless xubuntu i386 iso-testing precise ubi-network ubi-wireless xubuntu
2012-02-28 12:11:51 Andrew McDonnell attachment added boot.log https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/942573/+attachment/2790664/+files/boot.log
2012-02-28 12:12:22 Andrew McDonnell attachment added casper.log https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/942573/+attachment/2790665/+files/casper.log
2012-02-28 12:15:18 Andrew McDonnell attachment added expected.png https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/942573/+attachment/2790667/+files/expected.png
2012-02-28 12:15:47 Andrew McDonnell attachment added actual.png https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/942573/+attachment/2790668/+files/actual.png
2012-02-28 12:30:57 Andrew McDonnell description After Xubuntu started, the Network Connections indicator (double arrow icon) was not shown in the XFCE panel. I assume it should normally to appear just to the left of the clock. I was able to start a terminal and see all my eth0 and wlan0 interfaces, and when I plugged in a network cable successfully acquired a DHCP address, thus the underlying network connectivity appears to be functioning. Without this icon I was unable to scan for and connect to a wireless network easily. As this functionality was here in Xubuntu precise alpha 2 and every other previous image I tested I assume something has been broken. After a Xubuntu Live session was started, the Network Connections indicator (double arrow icon) was not shown in the XFCE panel. I assume it should normally to appear just to the left of the clock. I was able to start a terminal and see all my eth0 and wlan0 interfaces, and when I plugged in a network cable successfully acquired a DHCP address, thus the underlying network connectivity appears to be functioning. Without this icon I was unable to scan for and connect to a wireless network easily. As this functionality was here in Xubuntu precise alpha 2 and every other previous image I tested I assume something has been broken. Note: when I instead tried with a manual installer session initiated from the syslinux menu, the installer was able to present me with a list of my wifi networks and signal strengths and obtain a DHCP address via wifi...
2012-02-28 12:32:01 Andrew McDonnell description After a Xubuntu Live session was started, the Network Connections indicator (double arrow icon) was not shown in the XFCE panel. I assume it should normally to appear just to the left of the clock. I was able to start a terminal and see all my eth0 and wlan0 interfaces, and when I plugged in a network cable successfully acquired a DHCP address, thus the underlying network connectivity appears to be functioning. Without this icon I was unable to scan for and connect to a wireless network easily. As this functionality was here in Xubuntu precise alpha 2 and every other previous image I tested I assume something has been broken. Note: when I instead tried with a manual installer session initiated from the syslinux menu, the installer was able to present me with a list of my wifi networks and signal strengths and obtain a DHCP address via wifi... After a Xubuntu Live session was started, the Network Connections indicator (double arrow icon) was not shown in the XFCE panel. I assume it should normally to appear just to the left of the clock. I was able to start a terminal and see all my eth0 and wlan0 interfaces, and when I plugged in a network cable successfully acquired a DHCP address, thus the underlying network connectivity appears to be functioning. Without this icon I was unable to scan for and connect to a wireless network easily. As this functionality was here in Xubuntu precise alpha 2 and every other previous image I tested I assume something has been broken. Note: when I instead tried with a manual installer session initiated from the syslinux menu, the installer was able to present me with a list of my wifi networks and signal strengths and obtain a DHCP address via wifi... I was also able to repeat this in a qemu kvm session so this is not just a manifestation of my netbook.
2012-02-28 13:15:50 Fabio Marconi affects ubuntu xfce4-session (Ubuntu)
2012-02-28 13:16:01 Fabio Marconi xfce4-session (Ubuntu): status New Confirmed
2012-02-28 14:04:32 Lionel Le Folgoc affects xfce4-session (Ubuntu) xubuntu-default-settings (Ubuntu)
2012-02-28 14:04:32 Lionel Le Folgoc xubuntu-default-settings (Ubuntu): status Confirmed Fix Released