Since updating last night (f23 standard repo) kde is working poorly.
konsole doesn't work. All I get is a translucent window and frozen konsole.
rm'ing .kde and logging in didn't help.
icons are missing from systray. No network icon for example.
Also, seems like clicking on things such as kmenu sometimes works, sometimes
hard to see any relevant error messages in .xsession-errors (there's so much
noise), /var/log/messages. Nothing in /var/log/Xorg.0.log.
After today's update all applications completely disappeared from the menu: there's nothing there,
nilch, nada, zero...(ugh, dead parrot sketch comes to mind...)
Is this plasma-workspace to file a bug against?
Still reproducible. I'd be very surprised if plasma had anything to do with it, since juk is still a kde4 app.
From: Sudhir Khanger <ml(a)sudhirkhanger.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2015 6:21 AM
To: KDE on Fedora discussion
Subject: Re: JuK doesn't remember settings
On Wednesday 02 Dec 2015 11:14:49 AM Rex Dieter wrote:
> I can confirm that here too
Could you try if you are still hitting this bug on 5.5? I am not. I am also no
convinced that the bug is gone because I have seen it magically got fixed
kde mailing list
JuK fails to remember any of the changes that I make to it like disabling dock
in system tray, splash screen, and media sorting gets automatically reset.
Loop playlist, random play, etc. are being disabled as well.
Anyone else has such a problem.
I'm trying to use KDE Connect to transfer files
from my Samsung Galaxy S5 phone running Android 5.0
to my Lenovo T510 Fedora-23/KDE laptop
This occasionally works, but not usually
and not at this moment.
First I click on KDE Connect on my laptop.
This lists my phone, and when I click on the phone icon
I'm told it is paired.
But when I click on KDE Connect on my phone,
my laptop is listed but underneath it says
"This paired device is not reachable.
Make sure it is connected to your same network."
I can ping the phone from the laptop,
and I can ping the laptop from the phone, using PingTools.
I have opened ports 1714-1764 TCP and PDP on the laptop
(which is running firewalld) with firewall-config.
netstat -atun shows (among other entries)
[tim@william ~]$ sudo netstat -atun
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
tcp6 0 0 :::1714 :::* LISTEN
udp 0 0 0.0.0.0:67 0.0.0.0:*
udp6 0 0 :::1714 :::*
(I'm not sure whey 1714 is listed as tcp6 and udp6?)
I'm running CentOS-7 on my home server with shorewall.
In /etc/shorewall/policy I have
loc $FW ACCEPT
$FW loc ACCEPT
Any suggestions or advice gratefully received.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
I have seen this at least a few times. Sometimes when I delete a file/folder
they don't really get deleted. A notification is created which never goes
away. Please see the linked image for the notification problem.
I am going to leave the system on overnight to see if the folders get deleted
eventually or not and what happens to the notifications.
I am on fully updated f23.
after updating to plasma 5.5 today morning I lost the favorite applications lists in kicker (the K/Fedora starting button), it got empty with the exception of konsole.
I am not sure if it is related with the update, and at the same time it is not annoying because if an application is favorite it should not be hard to remember. :-)
I have re-added the favorites and it now works.
As I said before I am not sure if the cause for disappearance of the favorites was the upgrade. Other than this issue I am an happy camper. :-)
F23 KDE spin, all patches applied.
I'm having trouble adding a file type (System Settings, Applications,
File Associations). The use case is to be able to click on a Commodore
64 disk image and have it come up in a Java program I wrote (this worked
in previous versions).
I click the Add.. button to create application/d64, then add an icon and
the file extensions, and specify my program under "Application
Preference Order". After clicking "Apply", I see the "updating system
configuration" dialog briefly.
But after closing system settings and reopening it, the new file type is
nowhere to be found (and of course, clicking on a file of that type does
nothing but prompt me with the "Open With" dialog).
Is anybody else seeing this? As I say, it worked before; I've been doing
this for years in KDE.
Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682)
"After the vintage season came the aftermath -- and Cenbe."