after a recent update I am getting this errors.
I don;t know what is causing them or what to do about them.
all I get is an ok button...
error message provided below.
Thanks in advance,
Opps, sealert hit an error!
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 692, in <module>
File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 112, in run_as_dbus_service
app = SEAlert(user, dbus_service.presentation_manager,
File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 326, in __init__
from setroubleshoot.browser import BrowserApplet
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/setroubleshoot/browser.py", line 41,
ImportError: No module named GTKIO
When I unplug A/C and go to battery - the power applet says the power
profile switches from performance to powesave.
However it doesn't - If click performance (nothing visible changes)
and then click powersave - the screen dims and it seems its now in
Without the manual toggle it seems powersave is not actually in play.
Are there known issues with this?
F15 fully updated.
A nice Canada Day/Fête du Canada surprise!
After a bit of fiddling, due to the missing PyKDE4, I got 4.6.90
installed. I will look around. 'needs-restarting' does not report
anything, but I probably should log out and back in to assess its
Suggested Additions to the wifi applet:
There are a couple of things that would be useful to add to the
information summary for a connection:
(1) The frequency being used (some are 2 GHz some are 5 GHz)
(2) The IEEE 802.11 capability of the access point:
e.g. BG or ABGN or BGN
These are both easily obtainable by iwconfig so they should not be too
hard to add and be nice to have them in the GUI applet.
A bunch of kde updates was installed on this laptop today, and again I had
problems with kdepim. KMail wouldn't start, korganizer refused to save to my
server-based calendar. Everything is working again now, but it took 3 cold
boots to get to this stage.
Watching the bootup procedures each time I got the impression that something
isn't starting at it's correct place in the sequence, thereby interfering with
my LAN-based transactions. Is it possible? Are there any checks I could put
in place for another time?
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Today - the desktop stopped working - all the workspaces compacted to
a single one (i.e. all the programs running piled together).
The panels became unreactive - the K menu would not respond - not
clicking anywhere on the panel.
I attempted to kill and restart plasma-desktop but this gave errors
and no panels appeared - I had to reboot the machine.
This has happened a few times now - is there a known bug with
In this case (unlike previous cases) the CPU was not 100 .. the
system appeared normal in top.
Anyone else having random problems with the desktop?
Why do the fonts in KDE keep shrinking over time? This is not just in
Fedora 15, but has affected Fedora in general for many years.
A few weeks ago, I was using font size 12. Then, 12 shrank, so I
increased the standard system font size to 13. Recently, it shrank
again, so last night I increased my system font size to 14.
Why does one continually have to choose a larger font size to maintain a
constant font size?
Just tried out openvpn in
1. doesn't show any status information. Everything simply says 'not available'.
2. Shouldn't root permission be required to setup vpn?