On Thursday, January 22, 2015 06:43:55 AM Jan Swaelens wrote:
Thanks for the reply. Yes I have it installed.
Even when creating an logging on with a new user, they are not present -
sounds like some structural problem in my setup.
The Proxy KCM was added to KIO Framework in 5.6.0, which is currently in
updates-testing and in dvratil/kf5-next Copr.
Note that KDE 4 KCMs don't show up in Plasma 5 System Settings, so even if you
have Konqueror (which is still KDE 4), the KCM is not available in System
Settings in Plasma 5. A trick you can use to open KDE 4 KCMs in Plasma 5 is to
use kcmshell4 command line tool (see kcmshell4 --list for list of available
KDE 4 KCMs).
On Wed Jan 21 2015 at 12:47:10 PM Rex Dieter <rdieter(a)math.unl.edu> wrote:
> Jan Swaelens wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm working on fedora 21 (3.17.8-300.fc21.x86_64) and just installed
> > Plasma 5 along with KDE frameworks (5.5.0-1).
> > It seems though the System Settings - Netwerk Settings panel only
> > 1 tab 'SSL Prefs' and not the other ones such as Proxy, Connection
> > Preferences, SSL Preferences, Cache, Cookies, Browser Identification.
> > Does anyone know how I can get the other entries back?
> In Plasma4 at least, the proxy module is contained in the 'konqueror'
> package, do you have that installed?
> -- Rex
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