07.04.2015 Luca Beltrame:
can't be unlocked because kdecheckpass can't read the
password database. That's a packaging bug according to upstream and has
been known for almost a year.
This is caused by PAM, not by KDE packaging, FTR: pam_unix2 is used instead of
pam_unix, and the former doesn't allow kcheckpass to access passwd.
I don't really care who's packaging fault it is. At the very least I
should be getting a message when installing plasma5-session that it's
incompatible with pam-unix2.
Check if you have rpmnew files in /etc/pam.d/.
I have never changed anything for PAM, so I shouldn't have any. Will
check later to be sure.
start? There is apparently absolutely no migration of settings
Applications need to opt-in for this (there is a specific functionality that
can be used). Plasma won't be able to migrate settings as it changed too much
on that regard.
I'm not talking about applications. I'm talking about the desptop itself.
Please file bugs upstream where apps do not migrate
their settings from 4.x.
> from KDE4. I'm not sure if it uses its own settings since I didn't try
> to go back to 4.12 yet.
I've moved the machine back to KDE4 and it hosed all my desktop
settings. I had to log in to a failsafe session to even get to a
desktop at all and have to start from scratch. If you want people to
experiment more with Plasma5 you should first make sure such
catastrophes don't happen.
No, they don't. KF5 based apps finally use the
XDG specification (~/.config,
~/.local, ~/.cache) rather than .kde.
No CPU/Temp/Network monitor, really? No visual
feedback on when/where I
can resize windows (might be a theme issue, but I'd consider it a bug).
CPU/Temp/Network monitors are back in Plasma 5.3, *really*.
I believe it when I see it.
seems to fall back to XRender backend no matter what else I
set (it seems to accept the new setting but when you reopen the window
it's back to XRender).
Compositing needs OpenGL 2 at least. If your driver does not provide that, it
will automatically fall back to XRender.
That's available and working, even though most of it is software. I
think the memory on the graphics card might be too small, but in any
case things look to succeed when clearly they don't. In KDE4 the dialog
would either not let me chose OpenGL to start with or fall back to
XRender immediately after activating the setting.
(on the road :-)
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