Unter Suse 10.1 will der klineak nicht mehr:
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Tastatureregnisse kommen nicht mehr an.
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Vielen Dank und viele Grüße
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Several days ago I lost my Desktop on SuSE 10.1 after the zmd updater
had a hernia and didn't complete updates.
I got my Desktop back after I installed the latest KDE 3.5.3 RPMs.
However, what occurs now is that I get an error message on login, "KDE
Daemon - The KDE Crash Handler. The application KDE Daemon (kded)
crashed and caused the signal (SIGABRT)". Closing this msg box allows
the OS to continue, but.....
if I insert a CD or a DVD I do not get the autostart drop-down menu as I
did before and the CD or DVD does not appear as an entry under My Computer;
in the My Computer menu the entries for /media/floppy, /media/dvd, and
/media/dvdram all show that each has a capacity of 32.03GB with 23.04GB
inserting a flash disc also does not produce and entry under My Computer;
even though no entry appears under My Computer for an audio CD or a
video DVD both are playable thru either the media player or xine (DVD);
going to a terminal and using mc (Midnight Commander), no entries appear
for the CD or DVD or the flash disk in the /media directory;
trying to run kded from the command line fails;
I did something (which I don't remember :-) ) and received the error
message, "kde mediamanager not running".
I created a new, dummy, user and a login as this new user - and even as
root - does not produce this problem: the autostart box appears and My
Computer shows the entry for the just insterted CD or DVD or flash disk.
The problem only shows up for me as the original user when the system
was first installed.
I guess that the problem lies with some leftover garbage in my /home to
do with /.kde or somewhere else.
Does anyone know what I would need to delete (some control file, log
file or whatever) so that I can back to the "good ol' times" when I
could see the entries for CD, DVD, flash disk?
I need to install some software from a CD but as I cannot see its
contents using Konqueror or mc I am "grounded" :-( .
Any suggestions re this hassle most welcome.
"It is well known that among the blind, the one-eyed man is king".
I'm having problems setting up imap and I'm hoping that someone is using imap
and kmail 1.9.3 who can tell me what setting they have in their kmailrc file.
I need to set a subfolder called "mail" as the base mail directory. I cannot
find any options in kmail to do that, so I'm hoping that some setting in the
kmailrc file will do the trick.
Thanks in advance.
I have an x86_64 box running Suse Novell 10.0. I have been mentionning
problems with the sound since 9.2 (at least). Most of the time, I dont
care, but now, I can not play Ennemy Territory. Once, it worked properly,
running it from root, but now (let's say there is some random effect
somwhere), I cant run it from root or from user. The sound card is an
"ES1370 [Audio PCI] and the graphic card is an NVidia Geforce3 Ti 200. Most
of the time there is no KDE windows manager sounds, exepted when stating a
session. But when I laungth xmms, it runs very well. Playing ET without
sound is not possible... Does someone has an idea on the way to solve this
I have an other box x86 bi-proc with 2 Athlon MP, with a RV100 QY
[Radeon 700/VE] as graphical card and allso running Suse Novell 10.0. I did
not find a 3D capable XOrg drver. Am I a good searcher but a bad finder ?
Thank you for the attention you paid to that mail,
I was hoping the latest KDE updates would fix this problem, admittedly a
minor one, but it's still present...
If I launch Akregator from a desktop icon I created for this purpose and
then close the window, leaving the Akregator status icon in the system
tray, I can reopen the window either by clicking the tray icon or by
opening the desktop icon.
However, when Akregator was started during login as part of restoring
the previous session state, only the system tray icon can be used to
restore the Akregator window. If under this circumstance I double-click
the desktop icon, I get a bouncing cursor icon which just times out
without opening the window for the existing Akregator instance.
Is this considered normal behavior? Perhaps there are options I can
include in the desktop icon's akgregator command that will make it work
as I want whether or not Akregator is running already and whether it
was started automatically during login or manaully via the desktop
Currently I'm launching it like this in the desktop icon:
akregator %i %m -caption "%c"
Since I don't know what that means, I'm guessing I copied it from
somehwere, probably the Akregator item from the KDE menu. And in fact,
that's what the KDE menu item for Akregator contains:
akregator %i %m -caption "%c"
Perhaps this is an inappropriate incantation for my purposes. Is there a
way to invoke Akregator that works whether or not it's already running
and when it is running regardless of how it was launched?
Does anyone know where this program went or what its replacement is? I can't
find another way to start my printer after its been stopped - usually by me
unplugging it when i move my laptop, and then forgetting to plug it back in
before I switch the laptop back on again.
I'm running KDE 3.5.3 on a SUSE 9.3 box. Everytime I log in I've got 2
running arts daemons, and
if I have a look in my .xsession-errors file I get the error that an artsd
is already running blablablah....
Is it possible to disable artsd entirely? And what is the result? AFAIK all
KDE notifications will be disabled... or not?
I have just upgraded to SuSE 10.1 (a clean new install on a machine that had
been running 9.3), and my key drives no longer automount. From goggling
around, I know that SuSE dropped submount and subfs in 10.1, and there has
been much complaining from those who do not run KDE or Gnome. But I am using
KDE, and from what I gather, there should be an automount system. CDs and
DVDs do automount, but not USB keys. Am I missing something here, or are key
drives not supported in 10.1? Those not using KDE or Gnome have been
advised to use ivman and put an entry into their fstab for each key. I would
rather not have to do that....
John Quentin Heywood
Anyone has seen the problem of repeating characters while typing on
SuSe/KDE? It is very annoying to see multiple letters getting typed when
you intend to see only 1 :(
e.g: if I want to type "less" it comes as:
any KDE setup I can tweak to get this issue resolved?
From: Paul Foerster [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2006 10:33 AM
To: SUSE KDE Mailing List
Subject: Re: [suse-kde] knotes and 10.1
Hi Carl, hi all,
>>> Alt+F2 knotes
> Or in konsole which knotes
... thanks. The knotes thingy is solved. It works like a champ. Just to
make sure this thread will not go on forever. ;-)
Thank you all a lot for helping. :-)
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