On Saturday 02 January 2010 13:11:42 Andreas Petzold wrote:
On Saturday 02 January 2010 10:41:53 Andreas Petzold wrote:
> yesterday, I've installed the 4.3.85 packages on my F12-i686 machine.
> Thanks a lot to Rex and the other people from the KDE-SIG for providing
> the packages!
> >From previous postings I was expecting quite a lot of trouble with
> > akonadi,
> and sure enough akonadi doesn't start during kde startup.
> However, once kde is up and running I can start akonadi w/o problems from
> System Settings->Akonadi, WTF? When I run the test, two problems are
Are you sure you haven't some old packages hanging around. From KDE 4.4. beta
1 and up System Settings -> Akonadi no longer exists. See also 
> 1) MySQL server log contains errors.
> 100102 9:36:11 [ERROR] Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table
> 'mysql.servers' doesn't exist
> I've found the following userbase entry:
> I haven't tried the recommended fix yet, because I'm a bit confused.
> supposed to modify a default akonadi config file to make akonadi work in
> the first place? Seriously? Should I bugzilla this for Fedora if the fix
> 2) Previous Akonadi server log error found
> Control process died, committing suicide!
> I expect to find something like this because akonadi didn't start
> correctly at kde startup. But why does it start w/o any problem when I
> start it manually? Kontact doesn't work correctly as long as akonadi
> isn't running. For instance, while it shows the mail subject in the
> message list pane, it doesn't display the mail contents.
I've attached the error log of akonadi with all the errors it shows right
after kde startup. I repeat, akonadi starts fine, if started manually, so
these errors can't be real or they may be the result of a race condition