dnf system-upgraded from F27 that had had kf5* and qt5* removed first (not enough space on disk
otherwise with freespace consumed by 1200+ rpms)
Plasma added back via dnf post-upgrade
/etc/adjtime is set to LOCAL
system time is correct
panel clock display in IceWM is correct (local)
clock settings have no effect on displayed time in Plasma panel
regional settings cannot be checked due to systemsettings blackness
no clues in .xsession-errors
no apparent clues in journal
systemsettings -> workspace theme crashes systemsettings
systemsettings -> fonts is black window
systemsettings -> icons crashes systemsettings
systemsettings -> desktop behavior crashes systemsettings
systemsettings -> multimedia crashes systemsettings
systemsettings -> everything else produces expected response
Can anyone suggest how to fix?
Evolution as taught in public schools is religion, not science.
Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!
Felix Miata *** http://fm.no-ip.com/
I hope this is appropriate. I'm not a contributor, but I am a long-time
KDE (Fedora) user who has an extensive music collection on my lap-top.
Since I saw the discussion about dropping Amarok (because of the use of
qt4???) I installed and tried to configure juk. My experience is - it's
not quite ready for prime time.
Once juk is given a directory it creates a "collection" (it's a
surprisingly confusing term!). That collection cannot be changed (or at
least, the way to change it is lost in the mists of antiquity).
Apparently, "collection" is not "directory" or "folder".
A folder, once created, cannot be removed without crashing juk. At
least, I found a way to create a folder that crashes juk when any
attempt to remove from juk is made.
Playlists are displayed in no known order. It is certainly not alphabetical.
Column order cannot be changed.
Changes to the settings (like, removing the comment column) are not
retained from session to session.
I'm starting to hope that Amarok is kept in the live image.
*/~ Joe Buckley/*