One thing that KMail used to do, that it doesn't with the 9.0 release of SUSE,
is tell you what address is "bad" when sending to multiple addresses. Now it
just bombs until you can figure out which address isn't good. NOT the way a
mailer should work!!!
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About every other login (without rebooting), my KDE session will show
multiple floppy devices even though there is only one device.
The floppy device is attached via USB and is /dev/sda.
The other non-existent floppy devices that show up are /dev/sg2 through
When the KDE desktop only shows one floppy device, it is /dev/sg8 and it is
not a real floppy device, it can not be used.
You get a "not a block device" error when trying to mount it.
I suspect the other devices might be underneath this icon, but I can not
move the desktop icon to a new position.
Thanks for your help,
when configuring my konqeror toolbar there are some actions that I'd
like to add but that don't have an icon, e.g. "Show hidden files".
Accordingly, they fail to show up in the toolbar. How can I add my own
Any help appreciated,
On Friday 09 January 2004 11:15 am, George Auch wrote:
> On Friday 09 January 2004 10:25 am, Paul W. Abrahams wrote:
> > I know it's possible by using "make xconfig" or something similar to
> > trim the kernel by eliminating stuff I'll never use and then
> > recompile a slimmer, more svelte version of it that works just as
> > well. But given the speed and memory size of most computers these
> > days (including mine), is there any noticeable benefit in doing that?
> > Will I ever notice a performance improvement?
> If you know your hardware, you can eliminate lots of unecessary modules,
> which will greatly reduce compile time, especially if you are compiling
> a kernel from scratch.
That's probably the one benefit I might notice. The initial load time is
almost invisible on my system. I assume that once I start seeing bootup
messages on my screen, the kernel is fully loaded (except for modules) and
load time is no longer an issue. And the modules are loaded only as needed
how do I make gnome apps under KDE on SuSE 9.0 use anything else than the
Under any other WM it works just fine, except for gome itself where they hid
the theme engine config thing too well.
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I'm reposting this question because I don't seem to remember getting an
answer and it's getting super annoying having to enable keyboard
repeating in the control center each time I log into KDE. I've looked in
SaX2 as well an it appears to be correct..so I'm at a loss.
Would anyone know why it is when I set the keyboard repeat rate in KDE
it doesn't save the settings for the next login? I've been fighting with
this since the last update from SUSE of the 3.1.4 pkgs. It's quite
annoying. Everything is setup correctly in my XF86Config as well. I'm
puzzled by this.
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eye on this guy. We're gonna kill him, and we don't want him to hurt himself."
... I hate the default icon size in all the programs' icon bars. It's
just too big. I like the 22x22 size better. Is there any way to adjust
the size globally without having to tell each programm that it should
use the size I chose? Even worse, some programs don't save that setting. :-(
I have just completed a clean install of SuSE 9.0. I configured Kmail and
Downloaded about two days worth of email about 1,800 messages. I then
installed spamassassin and a spam folder. I shut down Kmail, then restarted.
I then spent about 2 hours recreating my directory structure. I then shutdown
again and restarted Kmail. I then started creating filters and then filtering
email, creating filters filtering email. At the end of process I shutdown and
then restarted Kmail. When restarted I noticed that the inbox folder is now
sorted at the next to last postiion just above the spam folder. When I click
on the folder to select and right click on it and click on properties to
bring up the properties dialouge it comes up with the expiry messages
dialouge box, as if there is no proprietes dialouge box. My kmail configrc
file for the inbox folder looks normal when compared to a previous file. I
have two questions. How do I get the Inbox folder to stay in the top
position? and Is it normal for the standard system folders ie Inbox, Outbox,
Trash, drafts etc to have no properties dialouge box on any expiry dialouge
Thanks for any help answering these two questions. I do not evere remember
having these types of problems with Kmail before.