today a got some mails of broken dependencies in Rawhide, for example
quassel has broken dependencies in the rawhide tree:
quassel-0.12.4-1.fc25.x86_64 requires oxygen-icon-theme
quassel-0.12.4-1.fc25.i686 requires oxygen-icon-theme
quassel-0.12.4-1.fc25.armv7hl requires oxygen-icon-theme
Please resolve this as soon as possible.
Reason: oxygen-icon-theme was retired. What is the reason for this? And
what is the suggested fix for packages using it?
as we have QupZilla 2 in Fedora 24, which uses QtWebEngine (based on
Chromiums rendering engine) and everything works very well here, I'll
propose it as the new default browser starting with Fedora 25. We
already have it in Fedora 24 spin as a preview (be sure to update to
2.0.1 before using it), but the default is Firefox right now.
* Qt5 based => Integrates perfectly in Plasma
* Able to use KWallet (we have to add package qupzilla-kwallet to spin)
* Adblocker included
Even though Fedora QtWebEngine is shipped without proprietiary or
patented codecs, most stuff like Youtube just works fine. It is also
possible to replase QtWebEngine by a self-compiled one with all codecs
without rebuild of QupZilla (maybe an option for rpmfusion?), then
almost all pages work (not the ones using Flash, it is possible to use
Chrome Flash Plugin).
I know many use Firefox and are also power users of this browser. My
intention is to bring new users a well integrated experience of Plasma
and for most users QupZilla will be fine. Of course people who prefer
another browser like Firefox can install it after installation ;)
What are your opinions?
It happened on reboot after regular update of Rawhide this morning: No more audio output than dummy - on a system I installed a four days ago and till today having been working noby to describe than excellently evenly together with a lot of proprietary driven periphery (Eaton UPS, Canon colour laser demanding UFRII printer language, Epson photo scanner, WebPAMPRO-managed SAS-RAID with PMC Sierra chip)! I could just recognize a somehow cryptic info on the later shutdown screen that reported system's difficulties with interrupt 16.
My machine is a self-assembled one with a FX6300 on an original (no R2) Sabertooth FX990 just operating the inbuilt Realtek sound chip ALC892 only connected for analog stereo output - nothing that exotic I think.
Another bug within that is the reaction to the reboot button in Plasma suddenly just acting as logout so afterwords on login screen I had to call reboot once more.
As I have read in Fedora forums there seem to appear sudden problems with audio on former editions of Fedora (at least on V.24), too, and few month ago though happened on a kernel older a lot I littered Centos because of quite a similar event. But especially with KDE I see Fedora 25 presenting itself the very best OS I've ever tried out, so I don' want to miss it and I hope for tomorrow morning's or at least one of the next updates getting that fault corrected.
I couldn't find out how to report a bug more directly towards Rawhide's maintainers but i strongly hope for finding this message it's best way ,,,
The intent is that it's supposed to use Fedora icon by default, but manual user switching should stay
From: Gerald B. Cox <gbcox(a)bzb.us>
Sent: Monday, July 11, 2016 12:18 PM
To: Fedora KDE List
Subject: kde-settings overrides user selected choice
So, is that what you intended to do. I was using the breeze kicker and after application
of this update I was unceremoniously switched to the Fedora logo. Easy enough to switch
back but was this the intent?
So, is that what you intended to do. I was using the breeze kicker and
of this update I was unceremoniously switched to the Fedora logo. Easy
enough to switch
back but was this the intent?
no idea what's wrong with this mailing list to not like that specific
response without any notice / bounce
Am 07.07.2016 um 13:52 schrieb Reindl Harald:
> looks for whatever reason the message did not make it to the list
> -------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
> Betreff: Re: Konqueror: configuration for asking before delete
> Datum: Thu, 7 Jul 2016 10:54:11 +0200
> Von: Reindl Harald <h.reindl(a)thelounge.net>
> An: kde(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Am 07.07.2016 um 10:07 schrieb John Pilkington:
>> On 07/07/16 00:31, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> where did the option to ask before delete go in Konqueror (yes i hate
>>> dolphin as filemanager) because i managed once again hit the dmaned
>>> "don't ask again" checkbox and in the past you could control that
>>> options in the settings
>> File Management > General > Confirmations - in el7 :-)
> well, on a fully updated Fedora 23 there is no tab below "general"
> only the start page, rendering engine and the standard checkboxes like
Can I use sendmail with KMail on my Fedora-24/KDE laptop?
If so, how do I configure it?
IIRC, there used to be a Transport option where one could choose sendmail.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
Anybody using Akregator here?
There's something wrong with how items in the feeds list widget and
article list widgets are selected. If the search text box has focus,
clicking on an article title does not shift the focus to the list
widget. So trying to delete an article does not work if the search text
widget has focus. You have to first click somewhere on the preview pane
to shift focus out of the text widget and only then does Delete key work.
Anybody else seeing this?
As far as I know, this problem started with F24. Things used to be OK
with F23 version of Akregator.
I'm running fedora 23 with KDE and plasma.
After my last update to the plasma system some of the icons have
disappeared from my panel (the app is still there). I lost:
- the one for the trashcan (the Trash applet)
- some of the icons in the system tray (the software update, i.e., the
- the one for the comics app
- and the favicons in the konsole tabs
How can I restore them? I've looked at the settings of the various
applications but none is about the icon to show.
Thanks a lot