FYI: I've filed a bug report for Amarok at KDE , because rebuilding Amarok
for the latest MySQL didn't solve the crash.
Btw: One build requirement was missing: libaio-devel. Needs to be added to the
Is amarok expected to see music on an iphone 3GS plugged into an F14
system, because it didnt for me? I plugged in the iphone then started
After plugging in the iphone there is a pop-up that allows one to view
photos, but that is all.
I'm wondering if I need to install libmtp-hal to make this work. If so,
I'm assuming I still have to fix the bug listed here:
Am I right in thinking kde apps(like amarok) still use hal for hardware
discovery while gtk apps no longer do?
Thanks for any light anyone might be able to shed.
is there a general way to execut scripts shortly after login (but
before the GUI is started) and before logout (all GUI components are
brought down)? For kde I can use /etc/kde/env and /etc/kde/shutdown
folders, but what about other GUIs (like Gnome)?
I want to sync home directories from server to local host (if the
server is available) at login and resync the data from local host to
the server (if available as well).
After an upgrade from F12 to F14, which went very smoothly even on an
old laptop (yea!), nm-applet is no longer loaded automatically under
KDE. I can load it manually from a terminal, and then all is well, but
this is a hassle. I could also add it to the Autostart folder, but that
seems the wrong way to handle it.
On 12/21/2010 12:00 PM, Maximiliano Alvisto De León wrote:
> 2010/12/21 Rick Sewill<rsewill(a)gmail.com>
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>> On 12/21/2010 10:52 AM, Rick Sewill wrote:
>>> On 12/21/2010 10:28 AM, Richard Heck wrote:
>>>> After an upgrade from F12 to F14, which went very smoothly even on an
>>>> old laptop (yea!), nm-applet is no longer loaded automatically under
>>>> KDE. I can load it manually from a terminal, and then all is well, but
>>>> this is a hassle. I could also add it to the Autostart folder, but that
>>>> seems the wrong way to handle it.
> I've done this way.
> Works for me.
Thanks. I guess I must not have the plasma applet installed due to the
upgrade. Perhaps I'll try it first.
Due to the pending holidays, and seems many folks will not be around
irc, I made an executive decision to cancel our kde-sig meeting for next
week. Enjoy the break! :)
We will resume on Tue, Jan 04 as usual.
I have this error message from SELinux every time I log in. This is
independent of the user. In the past I had disabled SELinux because of
this error (and postfix errors btw.). Is anyone seeing this error as
well? How can I circumvent this?
I am on Fedora 14 (the error was present on F12 and F13 as well) fully