I use apt with synaptic to update my system.
When I select the package: kdegraphics3-pdf: (kpdf) I get the following error:
Benötigt: xpdf-tools but it is not installable
So it requires 'xpdf-tools' which is not available.
what is going wrong ?
When I try to minimize 'any' window, instead of appearing on the taskbar, it
I can cycle through them with alt-tab, and they are shown if I select the
'show tasks list' button (well, I've configured the mid mouse button to show
the active tasks).
It is really strange as this problem occurs ONLY in my wife's lxbox, while
in mine it doesn't (all works fine... and, as always, I'm blamed... she's a
Mac user, and I don't want to buy another pc at home...)
I've installed SUSE 10 OSS, with all the updates available, with KDE same
version which comes with Suse 10: only security fixes installed.
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This is with KDE 3.5 on OpenSuse 10.0. Enabling Antialiasing in KDE Control
Center has no effect on all fonts when setting them to less than 16pt.
I am not sure whether this is a KDE related problem. Could also result from a
rather unusual screen setting (1024x600) which X appears to have some
problems with (i.e. I successfully edited the x.org configuration file
in /etc/x11 which, however, now can't be opened by Sax).
Anyway, maybe someone can shed some light on this. Thanks!
Opening OOo (first Writer then Calc) I entered the Unicode sequence:
0928 092e 0938 094d 0924 0947
(Devanagari script for namaste = "I bow to you" = greeting)
but I find that OOo (both Writer and Calc) stores it as the following sequence
in content.xml -
e0 a4 a8 e0 a4 ae e0 a4 b8 e0 a5 8d e0 a4 a4 e0 a5 87
A friend told me that on Windows the digits are stored in little-endian model,
and sure enough Windows Notepad saved the following Unicode text file:
28 09 2e 09 38 09 4d 09 24 09 47 09
where my original input is recognizable.
But I fail to see any connection between the above text and what OOo stored.
Kate also saved it as:
e0 a4 a8 e0 a4 ae e0 a4 b8 e0 a5 8d e0 a4 a4 e0 a5 87
which is again different from the original Unicode sequence or Notepad's
output but is the same as what OOo gave. I observe that e0 occupies positions
1, 4, 7 etc, and the length of the Kate / OOo text in bytes is exactly one
third greater than that of the Notepad text. Apart from that I fail to
identify any pattern relation between the Notepad text (original Unicode
sequence) and the Kate / OOo text.
Can anyone please elucidate this situation and why Kate and OOo stores the
Unicode text in a different way from the actual Unicode sequence?
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subsisting on SUSE Linux 10.0 with KDE 3.5
I am sure that this question was asked before, but I didn´t find a "search"
function for this mailing list. Please apologize.
My question: Is there any way to update a KDE version via YaST? I know for
example that I can add packman (packman.iu-bremen.de) as http source for
installation of packages. I am looking for an analogue way to update thr
running KDE version; for example on SuSE 9.3 to KDE 3.5.
I did this on a test PC, but I had to solve all dependencies on my own, so
"rpm -Uvh <packagename>" on the command line. But as I am installing some
PCs, a better solution would be great.
I know that I could set up an YaST installation source on a machine in my LAN,
but I don´t know how this works and - most important - download time and size
doesn´t matter to me. But if anyone here can give me an understable howto for
that, this would also be great (but is has to be related directly to my
problem, if possible).
Liviu Damian wrote:
> On Friday 30 December 2005 15:13, IT-Support @ AStA TU Darmstadt wrote:
>> I get the message: "Could not start kstartupconfig"
>> and the login aborts.
>> Normal users don't have this problem and shell-login for root still
> /opt/kde3/bin is not in your PATH. The problem should by solved by
> simply adding it :-)
This sounds good, but how to add this in PATH?
I found out that echo PATH gives me the output: PATH
echo $PATH tells me:
So it is included in $PATH - but I have to include it in PATH -right?
So which is the command?
I have a serious problem:
After an upgrade from SuSE 9.0 to openSuSE 10.0 root can't log in any
more in KDE!
I get the message: "Could not start kstartupconfig"
and the login aborts.
Normal users don't have this problem and shell-login for root still works...
Can someone help me please?
I have a strange problem. I'm sure I caused it, but don't know when or how.
I can view jpegs using any of my viewers. I can view jpeg attachments with
kmail. I can view jpegs within applications such as digikam, open office, or
scribus. I can view jpegs with konqueror if I log in as root.
I can no longer view jpegs with konqueror if I log in as user (normal login).
I have looked at file associations and at the Konqueror preferences. All seem
Any ideas on how to fix this?
(SuSE 9.3, KDE 3.5)
I upgraded to kde 3.5 (using suse 10.0) last night and eveything works fine
except amarok (1.3.7), which does not start for my user. With a fresh user,
it starts but freeze when showing the first run wizard. It was running fine
with kde 3.4.2. Does anyone know what can be happening and/or how can I fix
This is the log:
amaroK: [Loader] Starting amarokapp..
amaroK: [Loader] Don't run gdb, valgrind, etc. against this binary! Use
QLayout: Adding KToolBar/mainToolBar (child of QVBox/unnamed) to layout for
amaroK: [Loader] amaroK is taking a long time to load! Perhaps something has
Oscar Curero - Linux user: 306877
-- GPG keyID: 0xE0EA0B24 --
I have done some security checks and found that the following ports are not
stealthed but closed:
I would like them to be stealth. I run a standard firewall on my SuSE 9.3
Pro system. Any suggestions?
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