F23, KDE, fully updated.
Everything works inside the File Manager, but if I rename a file on the
Desktop then I can no longer access it after that. Example:
Right-click on Desktop, Create New --> Folder.
Name the folder "foo".
Click on foo, opens File Manager in foo directory. Close that.
Right-click on foo, Rename. "bar"
Click on bar... Error, dialog says, "Unable to run the command specified.
The file or folder /home/alan/Desktop///foo does not exist."
(After reboot, clicking on bar works.)
Same thing happens with Create New --> Text File.
I don't use this machine often, but my wife tells me this has been
happening for a long time. The problem manifests on both of our logins.
I've just installed the Comics Plasmoid under Plasma 5 on a Fedora 23
and I would like to develop some plugins for it.
I never programmed anything for Plasma and I've tried to follow the
this is for Plasma 4 and many things are different starting from the
location for the plugins that now is ~/.local/share/plasma/comics
instead of ~/.kde/share/apps/plasma/comics/
I didn't try to write any code yet but I checked if I have a working
system apt to develop such kind of plugins.
So I copied and renamed an existing plugins and tried to use the testing
but nothing seems to work.
I've tried to install the plugin with plasmapkg and plasmapkg with
> plasmapkg -t comic -i zits.comic
Could not find a suitable installer for package of type comic
I can't say what an installer should be or where I've to find it.
This blocked me at the beginning of my work. Any suggestion?
With the up and coming F24 beta release I wonder if anyone here is using F24
and the PIM suite, specifically Kmail as I "think" that uses Kmail 5
Any comments on how well kmail performs or any issues with it would be
appreciated. If I where to switch/test it would be with IMAP accounts.
Fedora 23 (Twenty Three)
Registered Linux user number #342953
I tried testing for
today, and found user switching to be mostly broken, in that the session I
switched away from either is killed or still seems to be running, but I
cannot seem to be able to resume it.
Does kickoff -> leave -> switch user
work for anyone else?
If I click an icon to start an application, I get a spinning window thing in the
KDE panel that never goes away :-(
This uses a significant amount of CPU time:
$ ps -ef | grep /usr/bin/plasmashell ; sleep 60 ; ps -ef | grep /usr/bin/plasmashell
patman 4086 3941 29 07:45 ? 00:00:21 /usr/bin/plasmashell --shut-up
patman 4086 3941 28 07:45 ? 00:00:37 /usr/bin/plasmashell --shut-up
I have to kill plasmashell and restart it to "fix" the problem, and I've been
avoiding it by starting applications via the command line.
I removed my .kde (well, mv-ed it), and restarted with no change in behavior.
I have plasma-workspace-5.6.3-2.fc23.x86_64 installed.
This has been happening for a while, it's not a new issue for me.
I'm running in a VMWare instance (on a Mac OS X host).
My searches haven't found anything similar.
I see that Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-24_Beta-1.6.iso
is now available.
Is there a KDE version yet?
If not, when is it likely to appear?
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
Today's meeting was not very productive, I assume due to F24 Beta
release. Here are the minutes of what little was discussed.
#fedora-meeting: KDE SIG Weekly Meeting (2016-05-10)
Meeting started by danofsatx at 15:04:56 UTC. The full logs are
* Roll Call (danofsatx, 15:06:16)
* Fedora 24 Beta Released (danofsatx, 15:16:44)
Meeting ended at 15:31:34 UTC.
Action Items, by person
People Present (lines said)
* danofsatx (13)
* zodbot (8)
* mhayden (4)
* linuxmodder (3)
* than (1)
* jreznik_ (1)
* rdieter_work (0)
15:04:56 <danofsatx> #startmeeting KDE SIG Weekly Meeting (2016-05-10)
15:04:56 <zodbot> Meeting started Tue May 10 15:04:56 2016 UTC. The
chair is danofsatx. Information about MeetBot at
15:04:56 <zodbot> Useful Commands: #action #agreed #halp #info #idea
15:04:56 <zodbot> The meeting name has been set to
15:05:59 <danofsatx> #chair danofsatx rdieter_work
15:05:59 <zodbot> Current chairs: danofsatx rdieter_work
15:06:10 <linuxmodder> .hello linuxmodder
15:06:15 <linuxmodder> (in 3 mtgs)
15:06:16 <danofsatx> #topic Roll Call
15:06:20 <danofsatx> .hello dmossor
15:07:26 <mhayden> .hello mhayden
15:07:45 <mhayden> i can't seem to reach any fedora-related systems
15:07:46 <danofsatx> pssst - wrong meeting room, server is in -1 ;)
15:07:49 <mhayden> oops
15:08:14 * mhayden high fives danofsatx and departs
15:08:31 * jreznik_ is here
15:08:42 <linuxmodder> mhayden, proxy redirect in progress
15:12:19 * than is here
15:12:57 <zodbot> linuxmodder: linuxmodder 'Corey W Sheldon'
15:14:56 <zodbot> danofsatx: dmossor 'Dan Mossor' <danofsatx(a)gmail.com>
15:15:22 <zodbot> mhayden: mhayden 'Major Hayden' <major(a)mhtx.net>
15:15:26 <danofsatx> #chair jreznik_ than
15:15:26 <zodbot> Current chairs: danofsatx jreznik_ rdieter_work than
15:16:44 <danofsatx> #topic Fedora 24 Beta Released
15:17:03 <danofsatx> Beta was released this morning. Thanks to the devs
and testers for getting it out the dor.
15:17:21 <danofsatx> Final blockers/FEs can be found at
15:17:46 <danofsatx> it looks like there is one that is specific to KDE,
15:24:36 <danofsatx> I can see that we have great enthusiasm for today's
meeting. I'm going to assume everybody is knee-deep in F24 release stuff
15:31:30 <danofsatx> ok, great meeting. Thanks for trying!
15:31:34 <danofsatx> #endmeeting
Dan Mossor, RHCSA
Fedora Server WG | Fedora KDE WG | Fedora QA Team
Fedora Ambassador | Fedora CommOps
FAS: dmossor IRC: danofsatx
San Antonio, Texas, USA
This morning I was greeted by my display settings being all messed up. I
got that straightened out, but konsole still has a problem. It comes up
with the menubar off the top edge of the screen.
I can resize and move it using the taskbar. Then I can verify 'use current
size on startup' is checked in konsole/settings/general.
But on restart, it's the same. Top is off the screen.
Consideration for f25 development cycle, orphan/retire strigi.
$ repoquery --whatrequires strigi-libs
* mobi analyzer
* dvi, tiff analyzers
* not sure, a "dummy" analyzer ?
* torrent analyzer (known bad, crashy, see
* ts, xlf, po, diff analyzers
strigi is (or will be) an optional dependency in kdelibs and kdegraphics-
mobipocket (it includes an optional .mobi strigi analyzer).
In the modern plasma5 desktop, since there are fewer and fewer kde4-based
applications used (by default at least), the usefulness of these strigi
analyzers is of little value (and only declining).
Any thoughts on the idea of retiring strigi, and all these -strigi-analyzer
pkgs that depend on it?