networkmanagement source package in Ubuntu


networkmanagement ( precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * Add debian/patches/add_gtc_md5.diff to fix inability to configure WPA2
    connections for TTLS/EAP-GTC networks (LP: #1085442)
 -- Scott Kitterman <email address hidden>   Sat, 01 Dec 2012 12:43:50 -0500

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Precise updates on 2013-12-02 main kde


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network-manager-kde: transitional package for plasma-widget-networkmanagement

 This is a dummy transitional package for plasma-widget-networkmanagement. You
 may safely remove it.

plasma-widget-networkmanagement: Network Management widget for KDE Plasma workspaces

 This package contains the Network Management plasma widget which aims to
 provide a fully featured GUI for managing networks. Currently, the only
 supported backend is NetworkManager. Support for wired, wireless, mobile
 and VPN networks are provided. The widget is exclusively written for KDE
 Plasma workspaces and it is not supposed to work in other environments.
 In order to start using the widget, look for "Network Management" in the "Add
 Widgets" dialog of the Plasma workspace you're using.

plasma-widget-networkmanagement-dbg: debugging symbols for KDE Network Management

 This package provides debugging symbols for all binary packages built from the
 plasma-widget-networkmanagement source package. It's highly recommended to
 have this package installed before reporting any crashes.