Maybe similar to my previous post, as normal user, desktop icons are
frequently moved to random positions on login (in the same general area,
but scrambled). And does anybody know how to specify the length of an
icon text before it wraps? or disable/enable icon text wrapping?
Glenn Holmer (gholmer(a)ameritech.net)
Performing music well is a matter of distorting the score
to produce the desired illusion, namely the existence of
the score in a pure state.
In version 2.2.2 of Konqueror at least, there's a facility for specifying a
"user agent" in the configuration that enables Konqueror to identify itself
as some other prowser (IE 5.5 is usually a good choice). It's necessary for
accessing web sites that check for browser identity.
Trouble is, it seems that it's necessary to specify the user agent
individually for each website where it matters. There's no way I can find
to say that Konqueror should by default identify itself as, say, IE5.5. Is
there some way of doing that that I've missed? Is the behavior in version 3
I have a really trivial question about kmail. Is there any way to get kmail
when replying to a message to start at the top of the reply and with the
signature, instead of starting at the bottom of the reply. I have looked
through the settings and did not see anywhere to make kmail start at the top.
Any suggestions. Thanks a bunch for you time
Hopefully, this is the correct list for posting questions about Knode
(it is part of KDE, isn't it?).
Is there any way to select a number of headers to download the message
bodies. If there are a large number of messages in a thread or a large
number of threads I want to read, it's a real pain to click scroll and
click on every header.
I have installed the KDE 3 rpms from kde.org for SuSE 7.2, and everything
works as if I had compiled from source except I no longer seem to have
truetype support. I understand that anti-aliasing has been disabled for 7.1
and 7.2 because they use an older XF86 version, but surely this doesn't
disable truetype support? When I say truetype is disabled, I literally mean
that KDE 3 cannot access any of my truetype fonts while KDE 2 and non-Qt
apps like xfontsel can.
a) Will there be an anti-aliased enabled QT rpm together with XF86 4.2 - I
understand this may be too much to ask for an older version than 8.0, but
some of us have to save up for these things ;)
b) How can I enable truetype support using the KDE 3 rpms?
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Has anyone noticed a problem with Kmail 1.4 and GPG as installed with 8.0. I
have noticed on several occasions when using Kmail I move to the next message
and Kmail hangs. If I start KDE System Guard in tree mode I find Kmail with
GPG running under it using up almost all the memory. Nothing else with run.
IF I kill the GPG processe I normally get Kmail back. It does not seem to
matter if the message is signed or not with GPG. Any ideas?
It said uses Windows XP so I proudly installed and use SuSE 8.0 Professional
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I am now using KDE 3 on SuSE 7.3. I have one irritating thing in it I can
not get past. After much searching I am guessing it is an unavailable
feature, but I thought I might ask this group.
With the main window open, looking at the header pane, I can move the
columns around so that the Sender is on the left. This has nothing to do
with sorting the messages, just how the pane is layed out. However, I can
find no way to save this "layout". When I close and restart kmail, the
Sender column returns to it's normal position. How is it I can move it, but
not save that?
Has anyone else noticed this? Overcome it? Have I just not looked for the
right thing in the docs? If so, please point me in the right direction.
David Monk CCNA, MCSE
The more things change, the more they stay insane.
I have a small network existing out of 10 computers, a hubs and a router (brand: Broadband Router D-Link DI 804) and an broadband (ADSL) modem (brand: Speed Touch Home Alcatel). All computers can on the internet at the same time and files and printers can be shared.
For testing purposes we run on four of these computers SuSE Linux 7.3 Professional, which we start from a floppy. As standalone those computers run well. The Ethernet cards have been configured dynamic and get their IP address from the router. (For the moment Linux run separately from Windows that means we are using Linux or Windows).
I do not encounter any problems when testing on the console with arp, ping, ifcongfig, etc.
If I look by means of Konqueror in the network/local network, I get the remark: "Could not connect host to host local host". Under networks nothing is shown in the tree.
Please, can somebody help?
How do we share files and printers between the different computers in a Linux environment. (without seeing windows files for which you have to install Samba)
Thanks in advance
I don't manage to have KOrn access my public IMAP/IMAPS account (WEB.DE)
What do I have to configure? I also tried it with POP3, it doesn't seem
to work. Isn't it, by the way, able to cope with imapS/pop3S (Port
995), the secure variants? Or doesn't KOrn yet support authentification
Which IMAP inbox folder do I have to use? "inbox" or "INBOX" or "~name"
etc, esp. with WEB.DE?
On Monday 29 April 2002 14:07, Stefan Schlorholz wrote:
>can anybody tell me and other readers how I can have kinternet started
automatically on KDE start up. It worked on KDE >2.2.2 but does not on
KDE 3. I want to have it switched on for every user. I read something
that there is something >in /opt/kde/bin/startkde like RUN_KINTERNET. If
there is anything like that for KDE 3 why doas it not start up then?
>Additionally, programs you had running during the last shutdown should
start up again on next start up automatically. Why >does kinternet not
>Thanks for your help
I do it in that way, that I copy kinternet in each ~/.kde/.autostart
folder, so it starts for each user.