NetworkManager Applet (3.2rc5)

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Re: NetworkManager Applet (3.2rc5)

Post#16 by brokenman » 27 Sep 2016, 01:46

Let me create a module for you to test in 32bit. It will be a few days but it will include everything needed. Hopefully this fixes it. I don't think it is a problem with the nm-applet pcakage.
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Re: NetworkManager Applet (3.2rc5)

Post#17 by Blaze » 27 Sep 2016, 15:34

Linux Kernel 4.7.5
The appended shortlog and diff from the Linux 4.7.4 kernel shows us that Linux kernel 4.7.5 adds numerous improvements to the ARM, PowerPC (PPC), x86, SH, s390, PA-RISC, ARM64, OpenRISC, MIPS, MicroBlaze, M32R, ARC, Alpha, Blackfin, IA64, AVR32, CRIS, Hexagon, MetaG, MN10300, Nios II, SPARC, and FR-V hardware architectures, and updates the networking stack with various changes to things like IPv4, IPv6, IrDA, KCM, SCTP, SunRPC, Wireless, Bridge, Packet Scheduler, and TIPC.
2 october will be Linux Kernel 4.8. Probably, it will fix this problem.
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Re: NetworkManager Applet (3.2rc5)

Post#18 by brokenman » 28 Sep 2016, 15:47

Useful tip:
From a terminal you can check the latest release of kernel with: check-kernel
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