[arch-dev-public] Removing glib 1, gtk 1 and qt3

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Fri May 24 05:54:54 EDT 2013

Am 24.05.2013 11:43, schrieb Andrea Scarpino:
> On Friday 24 May 2013 11:27:16 Thomas Bächler wrote:
>> Networkmanager's OpenVPN plugins connects to OpenVPN servers and
>> receives routes and addresses. It then decides to ignore all routing
>> information the server sent and always sets up a default route through
>> the VPN. It also takes some arbitrary host as gateway, not the one that
>> the server tells it to. In this scenario, it is no longer sufficient to
>> configure the server properly, you also need to duplicate all
>> configuration in the networkmanager applet on the client. It's been that
>> way for years and this hasn't changed since (although the last version I
>> tried was a year ago or so).
> I had those issue too, but you can set pretty much everything related to 
> routes in the "IP4 Settings -> Routes"[1] tab. Specially the "Ignore 
> automatically obtained routes" option.

This is OT, but I still feel I need to bring this across: The point is
that you shouldn't need to configure anything at all - and when you use
OpenVPN directly, you don't need to. It's only networkmanager's
incorrect defaults that make this more complicated than it should be.

> Back on topic, we can drop at least kovpn then (CC'ing Sergej).
> [1] http://wstaw.org/m/2013/05/24/plasma-desktopQ10566.png

Yes, let's drop kovpn.

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