I'd like to remove the sleep and hibernate buttons from the kickoff
Leave screen to prevent systems being shut down inadvertently by
clicking on the wrong item.
I tried the recommendation here:
about changing /usr/bin/pm-is-supported
but that doesnt seem to remove the buttons for kde 4.4.0
Anyone know how I can remove those sleep/hibernate buttons.
It seems I have knetworkmanager and NetworkManager* installed, which may well
be why I have problems. In the systemtray I have an icon that looks like an
unplugged RJ45 cable, which tells me that the network is not available.
Nonsense, of course. Left or Right-click on it tells me that network
management is disabled.
NetworkManager-gnome never seemed to work on this laptop, so I'd like to try
knetworkmanager. Can you give me some hints with regard to sorting this out?
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Petrus de Calguarium wrote:
> As I had expected, breaking up the monolithic
> packages into individual packages is a whole lot
> of unnecessary work. Better to provide releases
> as they occur, than to waste time unnecessarily
> breaking down the monolithic packages. To what
> end and benefit? Who, nowadays, doesn't have at
> least one hard drive of at least 80-100GB, likely
You have heard of netbooks, yes? SSD's? I have all of 4 GiB, and not all
of that available for packages.
IIRC I had to remove kcalc because I can't afford to install the entire
Please do not quote my e-mail address unobfuscated in message bodies.
...and since I'm asking for ponies already, how about a fancy harness to
go with them? -- Duncan
Our research group is now updated to the recent KDE SC 4.4 release
through the Fedora 12 updates. Its working really well for us.
I just wanted to say a big thank you to all the packagers, testers and
bug fixers who brought this to Fedora. This community is awesome!