Noticed that kde-l10n-he has not been built into the current kde-redhat
repository. It seems to finally be available from:
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short plead: I need to access ntfs drives can you apply the patch
long drone: kde-testing hasn't had the patch applied in this recent
phase but 4.1x in F10/9 has (thanks kevin) so imagine my surprise when
4.2 from soon to be in F10/9 could not read ntfs drives.
I don't mean to beat a dead horse, but here is another page that
Konqueror isn't displaying properly.
I have an advertisement for the City of Calgary sitting on top of text
and a picture.
The first issue I reported seemed to get attention, thus I'll try this
again. It would be great if I/we had the email address of someone that
we could send issues like this to for attention.
I've installed the oxygen icon theme
[lukas@laptop ~]$ rpm -qa |grep oxygen-icon-theme
All files are okay, but I can't find it in the systemsettings.
I only see some different varaiants of Bluecurve and KDE Klassik, but I canÄt
find oxygen. Where is it gone?
Even google does seem to know... sending to a lot of broken links.
For those who don't know KDE Light was to KDE/Qt what XFCE is to
Gnome/GTK. I ask as taking a loot at XFCE, it looks nice, and I see
it's getting plat with Intel's Moblin.
Fedora 9 : sulphur is good for the skin
( www.pembo13.com )
sudo debuginfo-install --enablerepo=kde-testing kdepim kdepim-libs
That didn't work (seems to want to install 4.1.96 versions, not 4.2)
What do I need to do?
BTW, I'm trying to get a trace on knode. I use it for everything, but with
4.2.0 it just became virtually unusable. It crashes most times when I try to
post (but not all times).