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The ConnMan project provides a daemon for managing internet connections within embedded devices running the Linux operating system. The Connection Manager is designed to be slim and to use as few resources as possible, so it can be easily integrated. It is a fully modular system that can be extended, through plug-ins, to support all kinds of wired or wireless technologies.

ConnMan 1.27

BY Patrik Flykt ON Dec 15, 2014

ConnMan 1.27 was released Saturday, December 13th, 2014.

Thanks to code contributed by David Lechner, ConnMan can now use Bluetooth GN and PANU profiles in addtion to the already supported NAP one when creating services. Should the Bluetooth device expose more than one of these profiles, only one service is created per device with the order of preference being NAP, GN and PANU. Tethering via Bluetooth has not been changed, Bluetooth NAP continues to be the single IP connectivity profile presented to tethered devices.

The rest of the relase consists of bugfixes, with the most notable one being WiFi scanning fixes by Jason Abele.

Thanks for all the hard work and bugfixing go to Chengyi Zhao, David Lechner, Erik Larsson, Hannu Mallat, Jason Abele, Marcel Holtmann, Patrik Flykt, Slava Monich, Tomasz Bursztyka, Intel and Jolla.

ConnMan 1.27 can be downloaded from:

ConnMan is available via git at:

Web interface to the git repository:;a=summary