Is anyone able to connect to a VPN with KDE's Network Management applet?
I have entered all of the information for an OpenVPN connection, and it
does show up in the right-hand ("Connections") pane of the applet, but
clicking on it doesn't appear to do anything.
Is there a secret incantation to make it prompt me for my RSA one-time
password and attempt to connect?
Do I even need to say that this all works just fine with nm-applet?
Ian Pilcher arequipeno(a)gmail.com
"If you're going to shift my paradigm ... at least buy me dinner first."
Running a fully updated F15 system. I did a new install on a second HD
in the system and left the previous install untouched.
When I use GNOME and Nautilus it will detect and display the mountable
partitions on old HD, including those in an LVM. One click and the
partitions can be mounted.
Dolphin, on the other hand, only shows the old /boot partition and not
the partitions in the LVM. Also, even though the LVM partitions have
been mounted in /media/UUID fashion they are not displayed in Dolphin on
the left panel.
I could not find any configuration to change the behavior to make it
easier to mount/access the drives in KDE. Am I missing something?
I upgraded to Fedora 15 using preupgrade (from 14) yesterday and all
went without a hitch.
This morning I did a yum update and these updates were applied:
Now I cannot send mail from Kmail. The entire Kmail app freezes up
when I attempt to send a message I composed.
Anyone else experience similar?
On 05/25/2011 12:55 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
> Wonder if anyone else as seen this. Could not find a bug report....
> F15, fully updated. I've got 6 Virtual Desktops defined. I rename each
> of these to what I want them to be, but when I logout and login the
> names revert to their defaults.
> Has anyone see this...or can reproduce it?
Yes, it 100% reproducible, I think you should fill a bug.
This morning I did my usual yum update, which gave me two packages -
kdebase i686 6:4.6.3-1.fc14 kde 2.9
kdebase-libs i686 6:4.6.3-1.fc14 kde 284
After that Kontact wouldn't start. At least, the UI wouldn't. System monitor
showed kontact running, but no associated kio slaves. Several attempts at
killing it and restarting it failed.
The akonadi configurator showed that it had lost connection to the organizer
file on my server. I restored that, but it didn't help.
After all else failed I reverted the update. After restarting kde kontact
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I always use Yum and never tried any graphical tools to install
packages. But I was instructing a new user on how to install some
packages using KPackagekit the other day.
Why does KPackagekit take so much time to do anything at all? When I
start it, it tries to: 'Get package categories' which takes a looooong
time (I guess that also depends on my internet connection).
When I try to see the list of repositories ('Origin of packages' in
'settings'), it takes a looong time too. It seems that KPackagekit will
only get the list after the other pending operation is over. How
difficult can it be to get a list of repositories? Can't this be fixed?
Every time I login to my desktop, I see 'virtuoso-opensource'
crashing. It freezes my system for sometime.
Latest Crash: Thu 19 May 2011 11:04:28 AM
Command: /usr/bin/virtuoso-t +foreground +configfile
Reason: Process /usr/bin/virtuoso-t was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Any idea about fixing this problem?
My System details:
KDE Development Platform: 4.6.2 (4.6.2)