Has anybody done any work to build Amarok 1.x packages for Fedora 10?
Fedora 10 has only Amarok 2.0 packaged, but it doesn't have all the
features Amarok 1 has.
In case there is a Amarok 1 package somewhere already, maybe it could be
carried on the kde-redhat repositories, named as 'amarok1', for people
who want to run it?
I have some troubles with my ipod in FC10 and kde. I can mount and
fill music et cetera without a problem, but if I try to savely remove
it, either right mousebutton in dolphin, or via the plasma device
manager applet, the ipod is dismounted, but not ejected. I see the "do
not disconnect" message all the time.
If I hit the eject command on the comand line the proper "OK to
disconnect" message is shown. Is this a bug or am I missing some
compiz-kde-0.7.8-4.fc10.x86_64 from updates has depsolving problems
--> Missing Dependency: libplasma.so.2()(64bit) is needed by package compiz-
Then with --skip-broken:
Installing for dependencies:
compiz i386 0.7.6-17.fc10
fedora 417 k
Skipped (dependency problems):
compiz-fusion x86_64 0.7.8-2.fc10
updates 1.5 M
compiz-fusion-extras x86_64 0.7.8-2.fc10
updates 2.8 M
compiz-fusion-gnome x86_64 0.7.8-2.fc10
updates 252 k
compiz-gnome x86_64 0.7.8-4.fc10
updates 161 k
compiz-kde x86_64 0.7.8-4.fc10
updates 114 k
file /usr/share/locale/zu/LC_MESSAGES/compiz.mo conflicts between attempted
installs of compiz-0.7.8-4.fc10.x86_64 and compiz-0.7.6-17.fc10.i386
(lots more conflicts)...
Don't know if this is related to kde-redhat or not.
yet another live image respin for your pleasure,
snippet of quick-n-dirty changelog from -3:
* Sun Dec 21 2008 Rex Dieter <rdieter(a)fedoraproject.org> - f10-kde-4.1.85-4
- kdebase-workspace: google gadgets support
- kdebase-workspace: gedje support
- drop guidance-power-manager (in favor of powerdevil)
Enjoy as usual.
This is a minor issue, but, this seems to be possible, but I can't find how. I
say it's possible, because I have one machine that has a nice black gradient,
whereas all the others on my other machines became blue with the latest KDE
from unstable. So, is there some setting staring me in the face somewhere?
Here are my settings:
System Settings -> Advanced -> Power Management -> General Settings -> "lock screen on resume" is unchecked.
System Settings -> General -> Display -> Power Control -> "Enable display power management" is unchecked.
System Settings -> General -> Desktop -> Screen Saver -> "Start automatically" is unchecked.
System Settings -> General -> Desktop -> Screen Saver -> "Require password to stop" is unchecked.
Now, why does my screen go off after 10 minutes of inactivity and on resume it asks for my password? This makes me sad, and irritates me in certain occasions. I think I tried every combination of the above checkbox'.
This is a desktop computer. No batteries.