I installed 4.11 from the testing repo a couple of days ago on an x86_64.
Plasma deskotp crashes.
A bug report has been filed at
The bug report deals mostly with 32 bit kde. So I don't know for sure that its
I tried to disable a the kde repo and tried to run yum distro-sync, but there
were too many conflicts to try to deal with them right now without consulting
with you guys.
Thanks for looking into this.
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A tiny point, but when I click on the lozenge
at the right-hand end of my panel, and go to Add widgets,
I see what I assume is the alphabetically first widgets -
Activities, ..., Application Launcher.
But I see no way to go to further widgets?
e-mail: gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
I've configured my fedora installation for authentication against the local ads.
It works fine on the command line
i've installed the following packages :
sssd oddjob oddjob-mkhomedir adcli samba-common samba-winbind-clients
I checked if the realm could be found
realm discover -v <realm>
Which yielded the correct info
then joined the realm with :
realm join -v -U<adminaccount> --client-software=sssd <realm>
The realm join with realms worked fine
getent passwd <realm>\<user>
yields the proper information
I can't seem to login to the domain using the kde login screen.
Does anybody have any ideas ?
And for bonus points, how to tell kde to show an extra field for the
domain name on the login screen.
(now it shows a field for login and one for password, I know it's
possible to show a third for the domain, but don't know how)
I've seen for quite some time (all through F19) that the first time I login, the
fonts used on the panel (and in some other places) are big and ugly. When I
logout/login, I get the nice small fonts I like. Smells like some kind of race
condition on startup.
Am 11.09.2013 21:51, schrieb g:
> you call op of the "unsucrube" a dummy? yet you can not recognize when you
> miss spell a word
*WHERE DID I DO THAT*
*YOU EVEN ANSWERED THE GUY WHICH DID*
*THIS BELOW WAS MY ORIGINAL REPLY*
after that another fool repiled with nonsense again
and again and after that you stepped in as so often
on lists with nothing on topic to say at all and
most of the time you can't remember after two
repiles in a topic who said what
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Betreff: Re: unsucrube
Datum: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 19:12:34 +0200
Von: Reindl Harald <h.reindl(a)thelounge.net>
Antwort an: KDE on Fedora discussion <kde(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
Organisation: the lounge interactive design
well, what about read the list-footer and do it yourself
because you subscribed yourself and mailing.ists are not
maintained in this context?
as well as *any* mailing-list has list-headers in each message
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Am 11.09.2013 19:08, schrieb can kalyoncu:
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A strange thing happened.
I opened libreoffice and plasma crashed. This is a regular occurrence
since about 10 days that I had hoped would disappear with the arrival
of kde-4.11.1, but it didn't. I closed libreoffice and tried to
switch to another virtual desktop, when I noticed that screen edges
no longer work.
I just updated the system and a new kde-workspaces came, so I thought
this just might be the fix, so I didn't worry about it. I restarted
(not off and boot) the computer, expecting everything to be fine. It
I checked systemsettings and the edges are set to active windows and
desktop grid, but they are shown greyed out, so I thought that
somehow these effects must have become disabled. They didn't. They
are shown as enabled.
I logged out and back in. Still the same.
I'm planning to migrate to Qt5 on RHEL6. What is my best option of
I tested with building Qt5 on CentOS6 and it works OK. But my usual
method on RHEL5 has been to download Fedora source RPMs from Koji and
build them on RHEL5. I would then create a custom RHEL DVD with these
packages so that Anaconda can install them for future installs.
Can I do the same with qt5* packages from Koji? Will I get the
*complete* parallel-installable Qt5 with that?
So far, I see the following packages (v5.1.1) on Koji:
If Koji doesn't suit, my other option is to build Qt5 from the official
tar-ball and create a rather simple RPM from that so that I can include
it in a customized RHEL6 DVD for future installs.
So, please advice on my best option for Qt5/RHEL6..
By the way, I'm loving the KDE 4.10 packages for RHEL6 by Rex.. Thanks a
lot.. (any chance of 4.11 hitting EL6?, too greedy, heh ;-)