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Open webOS component for managing network connections using connman


webos-connman-adapter is a daemon to manage network connections on webos using connman in the backend. It provides the com.palm.wifi and com.palm.connectionmanager services which are stateless by themselves but talk to the connman daemon on dbus to provide all the relevant information to the rest of the webos world.

How to Build on Linux


Below are the tools and libraries (and their minimum versions) required to build webos-connman-adapter:

  • cmake (version required by openwebos/cmake-modules-webos)
  • gio-unix-2.0 2.32.4
  • glib-2.0 2.32.4
  • make (any version)
  • openwebos/cmake-modules-webos 1.0.0 RC4
  • openwebos/luna-prefs 2.0.0
  • openwebos/luna-service2 3.0.0
  • openwebos/pbnjson_c 1.3.0
  • openwebos/PmLogLib 2.0.0
  • openwebos/openssl 1.0.0j
  • pkg-config 0.26


Once you have downloaded the source, enter the following to build it (after changing into the directory under which it was downloaded):

$ mkdir BUILD
$ cd BUILD
$ cmake ..
$ make
$ sudo make install

The directory under which the files are installed defaults to /usr/local/webos. You can install them elsewhere by supplying a value for WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT when invoking cmake. For example:

$ cmake -D WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT:PATH=$HOME/projects/openwebos ..
$ make
$ make install

will install the files in subdirectories of $HOME/projects/openwebos.

Specifying WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT also causes pkg-config to look in that tree first before searching the standard locations. You can specify additional directories to be searched prior to this one by setting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable.

If not specified, WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT defaults to /usr/local/webos.

To configure for a debug build, enter:


To see a list of the make targets that cmake has generated, enter:

$ make help


From the directory where you originally ran make install, enter:

$ [sudo] make uninstall

You will need to use sudo if you did not specify WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT.

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