Anybody knows where Kaudiocreator stores the ripped tracks?
The help section is not working and I couldn't find an answer on Google
I'm using SUSE 9.1.
/bill at 169 west , 19 south.
Disclaimer: Any errors in spelling, tact, or fact are
SuSE 9.1 Pro with the stock KDE 3.2 here.
I added more items to my K menu using the menu editor (kmenuedit).
All seemed to work ok because the K menu does show what I added.
However, now if I invoke the menu editor again to make additional changes,
I can no longer get into some of the submenus. Clicking the [+] box
to expand that submenu just turns it into a [-] but it does not expand
and show the subordinate contents.
I looked around and found that the K menu is apparently defined in
the ~/.config/menus/applications-kmenuedit.menu file, with additional
definitions in the ~/.local/share/applications and
~/.local/share/desktop-directories directories of files. The latter
two looks reasonable and correct, but the first file looks really messy.
Seems that each time I moved an item in kmenuedit from one place to
another, deleted an entry, or some other operation it pollutes the
menu definition with lots of <Moved>, <Exclude>, <Deleted>, <NotDeleted>
and other garbage. It looks really nasty.
I saved a copy of the applications-kmenuedit.menu file and tried to
"hand clean" it, and although I was able to get the K menu itself to
look reasonable, kmenuedit still has trouble with it.
After googling the web for solutions I came across suggestions about
deleting the ~/.kde/tmp-hostname/ksycoca link, log out and let KDE
regenerate them. Tried that and it didn't make any difference.
It seems that kmenuedit is just awfully broken. Anyone else experiencing
this? Any wisdom about potential remedies?
i can play music, mp3 without problem under kde...
but i the kde control center - sound, kde notification sound system is on...
but i have no sound when an event happen...
same thing for kopete... i receive a message or send one... but no sound
i use suse 9.1
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I configure my PAM for smartcard login using my
It works well.
I tried to use KDE to login with smartcard but it
semms that KDE does not use PAM for login.
I use KDE version 3.1.4 on SUSE 9.0
Does anyone know how to configure KDE to use PAM.
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i installed suse 9.1 in my native language (pt_br) but
when kde started it was portuguese from portugal not
brazillian i'd change to brazillian but every new user
kde start with portugal's portuguese.
how can i fix it?
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Sebastian Henschel schrieb:
>> hello folks...
>> an aquaintance of mine is running KDE on SuSE 9.1 on an ASUS M6800N.
>> we are looking for a tool (preferably an applet for the kicker) which
>> shows the online-time on a dial-up connection (modem).
it is a kicker applet
rpm for SuSE9.1
>> are there any alternatives? i googled a little bit around but could not
>> find such a nice applet like modemlights from the GNOME-project (which
>> unfortunately needs the gnome-panel to function) for KDE. should we try
>> harder to fix the problems with kppp?
an aquaintance of mine is running KDE on SuSE 9.1 on an ASUS M6800N.
we are looking for a tool (preferably an applet for the kicker) which
shows the online-time on a dial-up connection (modem).
i realized that kinternet does not seem to show it, or is it hidden
we also tried kppp which fails with the following message (from
Can't open options file /etc/ppp/peers/kppp: No such file or directory
does kppp show the time being online, anyway?
are there any alternatives? i googled a little bit around but could not
find such a nice applet like modemlights from the GNOME-project (which
unfortunately needs the gnome-panel to function) for KDE. should we try
harder to fix the problems with kppp?
thanks in advance,
Not so much a virus as a quirky screen saver.
Have you checked your screen saver? Is it set to random?
From: C.Huijgen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2004 5:40 PM
Subject: Re: [suse-kde] Leaky KDE? Spontaneous SPAM as screensaver.
Steve Kratz and Dan Freed, greetings
I will not repeat everything that was written, as the suse-kde site is ordered by thread. This way I win some space. Of course it is partially lost by this explanation and by writing "greetings" in stead of "hi". Anyway, I thank you, especially Steve Kratz, for your reply. Long ago I suffered from a virus that manifested itself by slowing down the system. So when I noticed such an effect on KDE (still
unexplained!) I did not like it much.
It now appears that SuSe build in an innocent virus by way of practical joke. C.Huygen
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I want to create my one font/colour profile for kmail. so, I copied one of the
default file to ~/.kde/share/apps/kmail and changed the parameters. But I am
missing some parameters -particularly the key to change the composer font.
So, if anyone knows all the keys, please let me know.
//SOMETHING FOR COMPOSERFONT HERE
The problem I met may not be new, but, to a lazy person
like me, to sponge on the more knowledgeable is easier
then searching the archives. So, on the assumption the
problem is new, her goes.
Recently I switched to SuSe 9.1 Linux for my internet work,
assuming I would be safe from intruders. However, in the
beginning my machine came up with SPAM-like "screensavers",
offering Viagra, interesting pictures and a rigmarole
about Jack working all day. As soon as I touched a key
they disappeared, but immediately after that KDE, never
lightning fast, reacted much slower. Logging out did not
help; the computer had to be restarted. Recently (because
I choose a "real" screensaver?) the problem stopped
occurring. No harm done apparently. Nevertheless the
situation is a bit disquieting; how can this happen?
It does not seem likely that the "screensavers" were
included in the software, if only because the purchased
version is (almost) identical to the downloaded one.
As I was physically connected to a server, they may have
come from the outside, but how?? Is Linux leaky?
A more practical question: "how can I solve the problem?"
But then, maybe I already did.