There is a new R version in updates-testing:
Rkward refused to work with R after the update and returns
In library() : Library ‘/usr/share/R/library’ enthält keine Pakete
M <- 10000
Fehler: unprotect(): nur 1 geschützte Elemente"
It is not R itself because emacs and console work as expected.
There is a new Rkward version upstream that hopefully deals with this
Do you need me to open a bugreport or is it OK just to drop this mail?
I prepared patch rebranding KDE to KDE Plasma and fixing "K Desktop Environment"
pre-historic relic. But I'm not sure how to deal with referencing KDE in spins
list - use KDE Plasma? And how to reference it from code + directory etc.,
hostname etc. See ticket #27.
I'm not familiar (yet) with websites infrastructure but I'd like to take
maintainership of KDE/Plasma related web pages (and not to break something :).
Thanks for help,
Jaroslav Řezník <jreznik(a)redhat.com>
Software Engineer - Base Operating Systems Brno
Office: +420 532 294 275
Mobile: +420 602 797 774
Red Hat, Inc. http://cz.redhat.com/
I have just tried moving to Fedora 14 x86_64 using preupgrade. Upon
launch of the new system, KDE is virtually non-responsive (I can get
some response initially, but it quickly fades). Mouse pointer moves,
but clicks do not seem to do anything.
If I relaunch in KDE safemode, all seems well. Where should I start
looking? Xorg.0.log shows no errors. Messages carries the following
(which I don't think is relevant): Nov 4 11:33:33 george
NetworkManager: <error> [1288884813.510342] [nm-manager.c:1331]
user_proxy_init(): could not init user settings proxy: (3) Could not
get owner of name 'org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerUserSettings': no
The only other anomaly was that the lower right-hand portion of the
screen showed a flickering white bar just to the left of the plasma
bar. In addition, when I used alt-tab to switch between apps (during
a brief period of responsiveness), one of the applications displayed
was "plasma-desktop", which I had never seen before.
I do use the proprietary nvidia graphics driver from ATRPMs, not the
nouveau driver (though, again Xorg says this was loaded just fine).
Any help or thoughts of where to look would be helpful.
I know that developers have nothing better to do (wink) so I thought I
would mention that I'd love to hear (see) a discussion of what the
Fedora people think of KDE being merged into Qt.
And, on another slant, is it me or is the pace of "Linux" development
slowing down now that KDE4.x is becoming somewhat mature ? Where do
things go from here ?
Do what thou wilt
shall be the whole of the Law.
after the update to 4.5.2, systems settings
is no longer visible in kicker on my machine.
it is searchable, and movable (w/ menu edior)
but moving it does not make it visible in kicker.
Love is the law, love under will.
One year ago I've reported bug #541055 "Anaconda "Select language"
screen is not available from F12 KDE LiveMedia". After two mayor
releases, this bug is still present and non-english-speaking users are
forced to use "liveinst --lang=xx" to get a translated Anaconda.
It seems than Anaconda developers don't want to make changes juts for
us. I'm quoting: "anaconda's not going to start growing warts for
dealing with specific livecd quirks". So if this is going to be fixed,
the fix should came from KDE SIG.
Kevin suggested this: "to wrap liveinst with a kdialog --menu based
script". Can we consideer this option in time for Fedora 15? As a
non-english user it's hard to promote Fedora KDE Live Media between my
friends and coworkers without a proper Spanish installator (even if
Anaconda *is* already translated).
Christian González G.
I had this problem a few years ago and reported in bug 442194. The
workaround described in that bug isn't working.
After upgrade to Fedora 14, it appears the Fedora Infinity icon is default
now for both the standard Oxygen theme.
Has anyone else noticed this, should I open a bug or am I missing something?
One of my favorite features of the folder view was than when placing the cursor over an icon that represented a directory a small window would pop up with up to six icons that represented objects in that directory. You could scroll in the window and mouse over another directory, and another such that you could drill down until you found the object you'd like to open. Very cool!
So what happened to that feature? Is there a way to renable it?
That feature disappeared when I upgraded from Fedora 13 to Fedora 14.
Also, is there any way to get rid of the select "+" symbol on each object in a folder view?