Connman does only support two phase authentication via config files.
These config files reside in /var/lib/connman/ and are watched by
the connman daemon. Unfortunatelly, connman does not support per
session/user config files, so for simplicity's sake, we modify one in
/var/lib/connman. With these changes, econnman manages a single file
(/var/lib/connman/econnman.config), to which the user running it needs
write access. By default the (empty) config file shipped with this packages
has write permissions set for the group. Packagers might want to change the
owner/group to root:users after installation or come around with a more
This application attempts to cope with newest connman API and provide
every feature it supports.
It's written as an application instead of E17 module to make use of
Elementary. At this point I'm trying to make something usable fast and
then python-elementary is used (it may be converted to C at a later
Just use a recent elementary from svn to run, as elm_segment_control
was badly broken and will segfault if used! Be warned.
python-elementary is not a compile time dependency and thus not
checked by configure, but it's runtime so be sure to have it before
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