Am Donnerstag, 24. Mai 2007 18:06:17 schrieb Martin Schlander:
as I realized, I wrote the last mail personally to you, sorry, i wanted to ask
the mailing list!
for all others: that was my mail:
strange. I can not add approx 50% ot the differenz protocols with the same
error message "could not load protokol x".
starting kopete from konsole doesn't help, there is not a single error message
while starting or running kopete!
what can I do furthermore? starting strace kopete doesnot provide further
information for me, deleting kopeterc and .kde/share/apps/kopete doesnt lead
to a working icq-part and I didnt any new packaging of kdenetwork-IM (eg with
a separate plugin-rpm for icq)
Den Thursday 24 May 2007 17:44:42 skrev du:
strange. I can not add approx 50% ot the
differenz protocols with the
same error message "could not load protokol x".
starting kopete from konsole doesn't help, there is not a single error
message while starting or running kopete!
I use (3x)jabber, m$n and icq without problems.
I get the same errors with AIM, ICQ, MSN, WinPopo and Yahoo (error loading
One thing that's always worth a try when apps
start acting up is
(temorarily) renaming or moving the settings and data in ~/.kde/share/apps/
~/.kde/share/config respectively - then kopete will start up as new.
I tried that already
Or to simply create another user and see if the
problem is "systemwide" or
specific to the one user and therefore most likely caused by some
I tried that additionally and it makes no difference.
Are there more settings or is kopete dependend from some (new?) packages (I
dont have not resolved package dependencies).
what can I describe more? I see 6 empty, gray icons below Freunde (buddies in
english), but only to icons, no names/ text, the tooltip is empty,
doubleclick results in "user is not reachable, please use a protocol
supporting offline.... or try until user is online again"
If i delete the whole config the 6 users are away too (like a totally new
installation), the wizard starts and i can not add any of the mentioned
what to do?