After installing a number of new fonts, I am now having problems with the
fonts selected by GTK apps, Firefox, and also in Konqueror when I browse some
sites (like the Novell site). The font rendered is one of the ones I
installed, not any of the fonts from the font chooser dialog. I have tried
reapplying the theme, setting various fonts manually, etc. to no avail.
Am I missing something here? Is there a way to force the original font?
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Recently finally installed kgpg because I wanted to protect some files.
Seems to work somewhat but does not seem to work properly. Some questions and
observations regarding behavior:
When I encode a file it leaves the original file. Is that the correct
behavior? Then I must delete the original file ?
When I open the encrypted file it asks for the passphrase correctly before it
will un-encrypt it and produce the file in it's normal format. However if I
close it again (and have to delete the resultant un-encrypted file again),
the next time I go to open the encrypted file, it opens right up, producing
the un-encrypted file and not requiring the passphrase.
Doesn't seem right to me. Any comments, suggestions, thoughts ? Hope this is
clear but I can further elaborate for better understanding of what is
I installed the lastest K3b version (1.0pre2-6.1) from the Build Service and
when K3b is starting it crash.
(see the crashlog.txt file attached to view the crash report)
Does anyone knows why? I also tried to remove all k3b files from my home dir
Thanks in advance,
I am running SUSE 10.1 with the latest upgrades of KDE3 (3.5.4).
I noticed that when I start KRadio the HD starts 'furiously' working -
don't know if something is being read by KRadio or something being
written to disc. And it's using between 1% and 1.51% of CPU time. This
activity doesn't stop - until I shut KRadio down.
Anyone know why the HD goes into a state of hyper-activity when KRadio
is started and, more importantly, how to stop this activity?
Paranoia is simply an optimistic outlook on life.
I can't view German characters in the file name of a pdf-file in the title
bar (in Adobe Reader). I use SLES 9, KDE 3.2.1 and Adobe Reader 7.
I have set locale to German and I have a German version of Adobe Reader.
Does anyone know how I can fix the problem?
running kde 3.5.4 from build tree on a 10.1 x86_64 installation, and
kmail can't decrypt gpg-encrypted messages.
when i try to open such a mail, a window flashes over the screen (i
assume its the "enter passphrase" dialogbox), disappears as soon as
it appears, then kmail tells me "wrong passphrase".
same kde version on a 10.0 x86 installation works fine.
and before i copied my home directory to that x86_64 box, it worked as
Any ideas for me?
gpg key fingerprint: 5F64 4C92 9B77 DE37 D184 C5F9 B013 44E7 27BD
Lets try Again !!!
I have been trying to fix this since Tuesday 09-05,
due to stormy weather, I shutdown before leaving for the weekend,
normally I rarely logout, let alone shutdwn.
Login (from KDM) is ok,
while loading kde, (splash at stage: "restoring session")
it freezes, all user procs seem stuck in stop/wait state (no zombies),
must kill X (CAB),
I can login with other (normaly unused) uids, and root ok
( I never clutter up my root desktop ),
I can drop to init 3, login, startx, same result,
mv .kde .kde-save and start fresh, loads fine,
cp over my configs (except: Kgpg, Kpgp), and restart X,
and it loads completely (although several panel applets, and superkaramba get left out)
But ( this is whats driving me crazy ), if I exit and startx again, same problem (its adding
the kgpg, kpgp config back in,, but a clean kde init does not have them, most likely
its referenced from kmail, have not yet disabled gpg from within kmail, yet)
Twice while testing ( adding one apps configs at a time), I got an error message
stating that: GnuPG Agent is enabled, but the agent doesnt seem to be running,
that I should disable it, or fix the agent. < see attachment (screenshot): kgpg-startup-error-1.jpg >
!!!!!!!!!! WTF 30KB file limit on this list !!!!!!!! @$^*(^$##^&**%#^& !!!!!!!!!!
Disabling the agent through KGpg's config did not fix it.
On 09-05, I ran YOU, and found updates for gpg, and gpg2, but this had no effect ::
> 2006-09-05 17:59:50 (16992): Installing gpg2: "gpg2: This update fixes a segmentaion fault"
> 2006-09-05 17:59:44 (16992): Installing gpg: "gpg: This update fixes a segmentaion fault"
I did notice that after the previous run of YOU, w/ another gpg fix, that the time frame after
I had a similar ( or the same ) problem, but after trying to login a couple times, it finally worked
> 2006-07-26 17:56:53 (660): Installing gpg2: "gpg2: Security update to fix crash on special crafted messages"
Nothing of relevnce in system logs:
> /var/log/messages & /var/log/warn::
Sep 6 22:06:41 enki kdm: X server for display :0 terminated unexpectedly
Sep 6 22:04:53 enki kdm_config: Unrecognized key 'Themes' in section [X-*-Greeter] at /etc/opt/
Sep 6 22:04:53 enki kdm_config: Unrecognized key 'UseLilo' in section [Shutdown] at /etc/opt/kd
captured output of startx, but tells me nothing usefull < see attachment: startx-kde_freeze-log-1.txt >
These are the files I can mv/rm and get the desktop loaded:
well, that is all I can think of to report,
If anybody can help me fix this, I would greatly appriciate it.
SuSE Linux 9.3 (i586) en
Installed : 2005-07-03
all updates current as of: 2006-09-05 : 18:00 CST / GMT -0600
xorg-x11-server: Version: 6.8.2 Release: 30.6 Install date: Tue 08 Aug 2006 08:38:20 AM CDT
kdebase3: Version: 3.4.0 Release: 28.2 Install date: Thu 25 Aug 2005 01:20:46 AM CDT
gpg: Version: 1.4.0 Release: 4.8 Install date: Tue 05 Sep 2006 05:59:45 PM CDT
gpg2: Version: 1.9.14 Release: 6.10 Install date: Tue 05 Sep 2006 05:59:51 PM CDT
kgpg: kdeutils3: Version: 3.4.0 Release: 7 Install date: Sun 03 Jul 2005 08:53:33 AM CDT
1> <removed, cause: "ezmlm-reject: fatal: Sorry, I don't accept messages larger than 30000 bytes (#5.2.3)" >
2> startx-kde_freeze-log-1.txt ::MD5: 7938e08c204046b672cb746f4befc3a9
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