Kmail is once again popping a password prompt when I log out of my desktop. If
I don't get to it in time, it loses the account info for at least one account,
usually, the hostname and username/password, and this has to all be re-
entered. This was happenning with previous version from unstable, and
continues with all updates downloaded today...
This was happenning a few weeks back and got fixed, but the problem has
returned for me - I'm on F10 with all updates, and running testing and
>You can uninstall those, and add the Battery plasmoid (which is a frontend to
>PowerDevil in 4.2 - in 4.1, it only displayed status information) to your
Thanks. Sounds good.
Yes, I am pleased with the result.
I have some questions about about power management.
In system Settings, there is a Power Management module. I left it set to allow
PowerDevil to manage power. How do I change Power Management profiles
manually, say, when I want to go to Presentation?
Also, I am confused about guidance-power-manager and kpowersave. Can I
uninstall these, since I want to use PowerDevil, or are they front ends to
in kde3 I used to add my ssh keys to the ssh-agent via a one-line
shell script (containing ssh-add) located in .kde/env. ssh-askpass
would pop up and after entering the pass phrase, kde start-up would
In kde4, ssh-askpass doesn't pop up and kde hangs at start-up.
Is there any way, to get this working?
gnupg2: fix invalid country code
I would like to do an update to gnupg-2.0.9 for epel-5 soonish, but the
existing gnupg-2.0.8 build in epel still includes the gpg-agent startup
scripts for kde. For newer builds (in fedora), we removed these from
gnupg2 packaging, and stuffed them into kde-settings.
I'd prefer to do something similar for epel builds. Mind you, this
would leave epel-5 users with stock rhel5 kde packages without gpg-agent
startup/shutdown scripts (I don't have a good idea how best to address
that off the top of my head).
Would doing a similar move of gpg-agent-* scripts to kde-redhat's
kde-settings be acceptable?
Comments? Feedback? Tomatoes?
---> Package kdegraphics-debuginfo.x86_64 7:4.1.85-4.fc10 set to be updated
---> Package kdegraphics.x86_64 7:4.1.85-4.fc10 set to be updated
---> Package kdegraphics-devel.x86_64 7:4.1.85-4.fc10 set to be updated
---> Package kdegraphics-libs.x86_64 7:4.1.85-4.fc10 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libepub.so.0()(64bit) for package: kdegraphics-libs
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
7:kdegraphics-libs-4.1.85-4.fc10.x86_64 from kde-testing has depsolving
--> Missing Dependency: libepub.so.0()(64bit) is needed by package
Error: Missing Dependency: libepub.so.0()(64bit) is needed by package
Should I bother to report these issues?
Here's something strange. I saw I was low on VM. top said kmail was >1G. So
I went to my kmail window and did file/quit. There is no kmail shown in system
tray, but the kmail process is still there, still >1G.