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Error /net/connman/technology/wifi: Not supported
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Wawrzek Niewodniczanski
2015-10-25 00:12:08 UTC
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Hi,

I come back to my project of creating connman package for CRUX.

I have binaries, but it connmand failes with WIFI:

Error /net/connman/technology/wifi: Not supported

When I tried to do some debugging I see following in logs. What is error -95?

Thanks,
Wawrzek

connmand[3624]: wlp2s0 {create} index 2 type 1 <ETHER>
connmand[3624]: wlp2s0 {update} flags 4099 <UP>
connmand[3624]: wlp2s0 {newlink} index 2 address 28:B2:BD:A1:0B:A8 mtu 1500
connmand[3624]: wlp2s0 {newlink} index 2 operstate 2 <DOWN>
connmand[3624]: src/detect.c:detect_newlink() type 1 index 2
connmand[3624]: src/device.c:connman_device_create() node 28b2bda10ba8 type 2
connmand[3624]: src/device.c:connman_device_create() device 0x25cf850
connmand[3624]: src/device.c:connman_device_set_string() device
0x25cf850 key Address value 28:B2:BD:A1:0B:A8
connmand[3624]: src/device.c:connman_device_register() device
0x25cf850 name Wireless
connmand[3624]: Adding interface wlp2s0 [ wifi ]
connmand[3624]: src/technology.c:technology_find() type 3
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() buf 0x7ffd65e05d50 len 20
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() DONE len 20 type 3 flags
0x0002 seq 0 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:process_response() seq 0
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:send_request() GETADDR len 17 type 22 flags
0x0301 seq 1
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() buf 0x7ffd65e05d50 len 84
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() NEWADDR len 84 type 20 flags
0x0002 seq 1 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/ipconfig.c:__connman_ipconfig_newaddr() index 1
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() buf 0x7ffd65e05d50 len 20
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() DONE len 20 type 3 flags
0x0002 seq 1 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:process_response() seq 1
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:send_request() GETROUTE len 17 type 26
flags 0x0301 seq 2
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() buf 0x7ffd65e05d50 len 240
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() NEWROUTE len 60 type 24
flags 0x0002 seq 2 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() NEWROUTE len 60 type 24
flags 0x0002 seq 2 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() NEWROUTE len 60 type 24
flags 0x0002 seq 2 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() NEWROUTE len 60 type 24
flags 0x0002 seq 2 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() buf 0x7ffd65e05d50 len 20
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:rtnl_message() DONE len 20 type 3 flags
0x0002 seq 2 pid 3624
connmand[3624]: src/rtnl.c:process_response() seq 2
connmand[3624]: src/technology.c:scan() technology 0x25cd150 request from :1.4
connmand[3624]: src/device.c:__connman_device_request_scan() device
0x25cf850 err -95
connmand[3624]: src/technology.c:reply_scan_pending() technology
0x25cd150 err -95
connmand[3624]: src/technology.c:reply_scan_pending() reply to :1.4
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Patrik Flykt
2015-10-26 07:51:01 UTC
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Post by Wawrzek Niewodniczanski
Hi,
I come back to my project of creating connman package for CRUX.
Error /net/connman/technology/wifi: Not supported
When I tried to do some debugging I see following in logs. What is error -95?
# grep 95 /usr/include/asm-generic/errno*.h
/usr/include/asm-generic/errno.h:#define EOPNOTSUPP 95 /* Operation not supported on transport endpoint */

Is wifi technology available with 'connmanctl technologies'? Is
wpa_supplicant started with the '-u' argument ('ps axu | grep wpa') ?
See wpa_supplicant configuration in the README file.

Cheers,

Patrik
Wawrzek Niewodniczanski
2015-10-27 12:34:44 UTC
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Post by Wawrzek Niewodniczanski
Hi,
I come back to my project of creating connman package for CRUX.
Error /net/connman/technology/wifi: Not supported
[...]
Is wpa_supplicant started with the '-u' argument ('ps axu | grep wpa') ?
That was a problem I started "wpa_supplicant -u" and connman is fine.
See wpa_supplicant configuration in the README file.
I read it. Build wpa_supplicant as suggested, but there is nothing in
README indicating that
start wpa_supplicant suppose to be started with '-u' flag.

Thanks,
Wawrzek
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PhD in Quantum Chemistry & MSc in Molecular Engineering
WWW: http://wawrzek.name E-MAIL: ***@wawrzek.name
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