In Fedora29 it doesn't seem possible to add a printer as a normal user
from the "System Settings" application. When you try there is an error
message in the "Add a New Printer" dialog "Failed to get a list of
On Fedora27 and before this worked fine (you did have to enter the root
password multiple times, which was a big pain, but at least it worked).
Any ideas if this should work properly ?
Every few minutes I'm getting a pop-up alert complaining about one of
my NFS systems not responding. This system is automounted from a NAS
and used only for backups, so normally its disks are spun down. If I
run an 'ls' on it it wakes up correctly as it should, but for some
reason Plasma thinks it's dead. Before I changed from a hard mount to
automount this never happened.
How can I get Plasma to shut up about it?
Today on the Testers e-mail list someone actually said he had heard news
that Fedora was going to ditch the KDE spin.
That someone named no source. I immediately searched DuckDuckGo (my
preferred search engine) on "Fedora drop KDE" and found no result
suggesting anyone at Fedora had made up their minds to do this. But I do
see that Red Hat will cease to support KDE on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Has anyone on /this/ list heard any rumors about the Fedora KDE spin
after the lastest updates-testing this message appears randomly in the
syslog and the question is why it even tries to load that plugin on a
machine where akregator is not installed nor wished to be instaleld
because no usecase?
Dec 1 14:10:53 srv-rhsoft konqueror: org.kde.kcoreaddons: Error
loading plugin "akregatorplugin" "Die dynamische Bibliothek konnte nicht
gefunden werden." #012Plugin search paths are ("/usr/lib64/qt5/plugins",
"/usr/bin") #012The environment variable QT_PLUGIN_PATH might be not