On Tuesday 26 January 2010 15:55:07 Martin Kho wrote:
On Tuesday 26 January 2010 16:32:44 José Matos wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 January 2010 12:37:05 Martin Kho wrote:
> > No, I've this KDE version running on Rawhide. It's very smooth. The
> > only issues I see at the moment has to do with 'first start' of
> > akonadi/KMail (crash) and printing from kde apps (no output).
> > Martin Kho
> The problem with akonadi-kmail/kontact can be solved starting by hand the
> akonadi server.
Do you see this as a solution or more as a workaround?
It is a workaround for a known problem, not yet resolved.
> Using krunner (that does not crash :-) ) and typing akonadi (actually the
> first three letters will be enough you can call the akonadi server
> configuration and to start the server from there. From that moment on
> kmail/kontact will start to work smoothly.
I thought that Akonadi Tray Utility is meant for this?
As is often the case in Linux, there's more than one way to skin a cat :-)
Some systems will find problems with KAddressBook after migration to Akonadi.
The problems and solutions that I've come across are documented at
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