I currently use t-bird with an nntp account pointing to gmane to read
this list and sereral others. Does kde have an nntp client program of
any sort? I don't see it as a possible new account type in kmail. Also,
search with kpackagekit yields nothing with "usenet" or "nntp" that is
Quick status update on el6 kde builds hosted @ kde-redhat repos...
* I moved the kde-4.10.x stuff from kde-unstable to kde-testing, finally.
* Over the past couple of says, started working on kde-4.11.x builds,
should be showing up in kde-unstable real soon, as soon as I work my way
through the last batch of stuff that doesn't build cleanly:
we've prepared testing builds of kde-plasma-nm including libnm-qt and libmm-qt libraries in COPR repository . The testing version includes a new design and few bugfixes and it is almost ready for stable release, we are just polishing its design. If you want to try it, just add the COPR repository and run update of kde-plasma-nm together with libnm-qt and libmm-qt and you also need to update NetworkManager from updates-testing repository (currently there is NetworkManager-0.9.9.0-29.git20140131.fc20).
Positive or negative feedback is welcomed. Thanks.
Red Hat Czech, s.r.o
On 02/26/2014 07:27 PM, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Rex Dieter wrote:
>> That should be handled by hal on rhel6, does
>> exist on your box?
>> Does this do the same for you?
>> $ echo $SOLID_HAL_LEGACY
>> Is the hal service running?
>> $ service haldaemon status
>> hald (pid XXX) is running...
> Storage devices also need the hal-storage-daemon running.
I think you mean hal-storage-addon ? There's currently no dependency on
this, I only added
(oops, I'll fix that).
yum install hal-storage-addon
and restart the box. This should help.
On 02/26/2014 03:02 AM, Syam wrote:
> I'm using KDE 4.11 (4.11.2, if I remember correctly) build from
> Fedora-KDE-SIG (thanks) for RHEL6. After a fresh installation, I am
> finding that optical disks are not recognised by KDE.
> When I insert a CD/DVD, it is not listed by Device Notifier (USB disks
> work fine) and also not in 'Places' panel of Dolphin. There is no direct
> way of accessing the disk from KDE.
> I can manually mount the disk from a terminal without issues.
> I tried the same in GNOME and it detects the disk automatically.
> Any ideas on where the issue might be?
That should be handled by hal on rhel6, does
exist on your box?
Does this do the same for you?
$ echo $SOLID_HAL_LEGACY
Is the hal service running?
$ service haldaemon status
hald (pid XXX) is running...
I'm using KDE 4.11 (4.11.2, if I remember correctly) build from
Fedora-KDE-SIG (thanks) for RHEL6. After a fresh installation, I am finding
that optical disks are not recognised by KDE.
When I insert a CD/DVD, it is not listed by Device Notifier (USB disks work
fine) and also not in 'Places' panel of Dolphin. There is no direct way of
accessing the disk from KDE.
I can manually mount the disk from a terminal without issues.
I tried the same in GNOME and it detects the disk automatically.
Any ideas on where the issue might be?
I clicked the "updates are available" button on my Fedora 20 system this
past w/e, and now the KDE is unstable (Kwin
reports unstable). It blanks the screen sometimes. Seems to be related
to use of Dolphin.
Any suggestions ? How can I tell the version of KDE on my system ? (Yum
-list |grep kde perhaps ?)
How can I return to the previous version ?
Is there a problem with Dolphin ? I have seen other wierd behavior with
it on this new setup.
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