After a suspend cycle while Empathy was active and connected to MSN using butterfly/papyon, Empathy fails to reconnect after resuming the system, with the message: "Network error". Repeated attempts, all fail with the same message. To make empathy connect again, I have to kill telepathy-butterfly, and retry the connection in Empathy.
The butterfly debug log, only contains this when the connection fails
butterfly/connection-INFO: 27/05/11 19:54:54.320205: Using direct proxy: None
butterfly/connection-INFO: 27/05/11 19:54:54.321927: Using http proxy: None
butterfly/connection-INFO: 27/05/11 19:54:54.322907: Using https proxy: None
papyon/papyon.msnp2p.transport-INFO: 27/05/11 19:54:54.326544: Registering transport <NotificationP2PTransport object at 0x2b4cbe0 (papyon+msnp2p+transport+base+BaseP2PTransport at 0x2b91a00)>
butterfly/connection-ERROR: 27/05/11 19:54:54.363804: Failed to create Connection
I am using Debian GNU/Linux testing x86_64 with these packages:
ii empathy 2.30.3-1+b2 GNOME multi-protocol chat and call client
ii empathy-common 2.30.3-1 GNOME multi-protocol chat and call client (common files)
ii libtelepathy-farsight0 0.0.16+is.0.0.14-1 Glue library between telepathy and farsight2
ii libtelepathy-glib0 0.15.0-1 Telepathy framework - GLib library
ii nautilus-sendto-empathy 2.30.3-1+b2 GNOME multi-protocol chat and call client (nautilus-sendto plugin)
ii python-papyon 0.5.5-2 MSN client library written in Python
ii python-telepathy 0.15.19-2.1 Python language bindings for telepathy
ii remmina-plugin-telepathy 0.9.2-2 Telepathy plugin for remmina remote desktop client
ii telepathy-butterfly 0.5.15-2.1 MSN connection manager for Telepathy
ii telepathy-gabble 0.12.0-1 Jabber/XMPP connection manager
ii telepathy-mission-control-5 1:5.9.0-1 management daemon for Telepathy real-time communication framework
ii telepathy-salut 0.5.0-1 Link-local XMPP connection manager for the Telepathy framework
ii telepathy-sofiasip 0.6.3-1 SIP connection manager for the Telepathy framework
*** Bug 41427 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The duplicate bug 41427 had more recent versions... though this might all be obsolete given that butterfly is supposed to be phased out. On the other hand, a new bug has appeared instead, bug #45531 ?
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