On Tuesday 03 February 2009 09:56:10 Martin Kho wrote:
On Tuesday 03 February 2009 08:57:08 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Tuesday 03 February 2009 07:43:18 Florian Sievert wrote:
> > Hi,
> > > Yes, I wrote the first description from memory, and it was
> > > inaccurate. I get the password prompt. It's the next screen, the
> > > front page of the Netgear configuration screens, that I don't get.
> > Netgear? I am using a DG834GTB and tried if I can confirm this. I also
> > get the prompt and when entering the correct password it is just
> > showing the page that was shown before. Nothing happens. Using firefox
> > and everything works fine. Don't know what actually went wrong, nor
> > when it broke, cause I am nearly never using the konqueror. But I think
> > it sounds like a bug, if we have any clue whats wrong we should write a
> > bug report. I just tried to get konsole output, but nothing appear.
> > Looks like konqueror is using some kind of wrapper like amarok. Might
> > be interesting to see if he actually tries.
> OK, so I'm not going insane :-) Now, any ideas how we can investigate
> this? I'll do some attempts while tailing log-files this afternoon (which
> log, I wonder?)
In .xsessions-errors I see:
kio_http(2854)/kio (kioslave) KIO::SlaveBase::openPasswordDialog: Can't
communicate with kded_kpasswdserver (for queryAuthInfo)!
That seems to imply that you failed to authenticate, whereas both Kishore
(kde(a)mail.kde.org list) and I have clear evidence that our login succeeded. I
don't appear to have an .xsessions-errors but I can find nothing in any of the
logs that refers to this. More than that, I carefully noted the time of an
attempt, then checked /var/log/ - not a single file had a time-stamp matching