Rex, some time ago you told me the best way to start gpg-agent under Fedora.
Unfortunately I can't find the message, and I have problems with agent on the
F10 netbook and the newly repaired CentOS 5.2 box. If you could tell me again
I'll make sure that it is easily found - a gpg page has been started on
userbase, so I could put it there.
I'm still using Fedora 11 (x86_64) with Nvidia proprietary drivers from Livna.
Suddenly, I've noticed a major slowdown when trying to naviagte folders with a large number of files and folders contained within. I was wondering if anyone else noticed that.
I was also wondering if this was related in anyway to the slowness discussed a little while back regarding F12 and
Thanks for any input.
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Using Fedora 11, KDE 4, and (I presume) Dolphin. When my wife tried to
rename a folder on her Desktop that happened to contain several GBs of
photo's, rather than the folder being renamed, a second folder named
what the original folder was supposed to be renamed to showed up on the
Why would that happen?
Renaming smaller folders seems to work properly. It's almost as if
Dolphin creates a new folder with the new name and then copies all the
files from the original to the new, then deletes the original folder.
When logged into KDE 4, and using KDM, I cannot login as another user.
When I try, the screen goes blank for a second and I'm returned to my
original, now locked with a password, desktop. Is there some xorg.conf
setting I'm missing?
I don't recall having this problem until recently, but suddenly I have problem
with viewing attachments. An attached .pdf, for instance, tells me
Unable to run the command specified. The file or folder file:// does not
What could be causing this? It's not file associations - I checked that. It
seems that whether the attachment is a .pdf or a .wmv, I am offered a context
menu more suited to a URL.
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I am consistently getting SELinux notifications like the following:
SELInux is preventing /usr/libexec/kde4/kscreenlocker from making the
program stack executable.
I have also had it for kdm_greeter, kdm, xauth and all are since the
upgrade. I am wondering if anyone has any similar issues or thoughts
on where the problem is coming from.. I can move SELinux so
permissive mode but that is not really a longterm solution to me.
If I take the action that is in the sealert (/var/log/messages) it
will work until the next reboot and then it is back out in the weeds
(assuming that I dont' permanently set SELinux to permissive).
Any thoughts on this would be great or I will have to go with a
reload which while a pain is not impossible.
In our KDE-SIG meeting today, it was decided:
* kde-4.3.3 is ready to be queue'd for stable updates
* kde-4.3.75 is ready for import into rawhide asap (prepping for
kde-4.4-beta coming real soon). kudos to Ben Boeckel for the leg-work.
Once, kde-4.4-beta lands, and we have a few new dependencies reviewed,
I'll get to work getting this into the kde-redhat unstable repos for
I have an odd problem. I'm using KDE as my "desktop" for my media
center computer, running Fedora 11 x86_64 and the latest KDE version
(4.3.3?) on an nVidia 9600GT using the nVidia 190.42 driver. When the
computer is connected to the TV via the D-Sub (standard VGA) out,
everything looks fine, but when it is plugged in through HDMI, the
fonts in KDE are enormous. Both outputs are set at 1920x1080. I can
rescale the fonts in KDE (to something like 4pt from the normal 10pt)
to make them look reasonable, but even then, some of the KDE apps are
confused and appear as though they still have huge fonts (and so often
scale off the screen) even though the fonts are small.
Where should I start looking?