On 02/16/16 18:16, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 17.02.2016 um 01:12 schrieb g:
>> On 02/15/16 03:11, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> Am 15.02.2016 um 01:50 schrieb g:
>> <<>> On 02/14/16 17:34, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>>>> how about provide some details?
>>>>> does it affect other browsers too?
>>>>> how did you set it?
>>>>> thunderbird -> settings -> extended -> system-integration works here
>>>> where did you get your thunderbird 35.8.0?
>>> where you did get yours but i am not willing to change my system
>>> language to english just for perfectly show the way to basic settings i
>>> know for at least 10 years that they exist and so find them if needed
>> my 35.8.0 release is from rpm package provided my distribution.
>> for you to use a release of firefox that is in you native language, you
>> have to pull it from mozilla site because distribution does not release
>> rpms of various languages. at least not that i am aware of
> that's nonsense
> [harry@srv-rhsoft:~]$ rpm -q firefox
> [harry@srv-rhsoft:~]$ rpm -q --filesbypkg firefox | grep langpack
> firefox /usr/lib64/firefox/langpacks
not really nonsense, as there is a page at mozilla.org that has thunderbird
releases for various languages that can be installed in linux.
stating such was due to a combination of a "chemo brain" and having never
had to to change language via "pref.js", "user.js" or "about:config", with
"user.js" or "about:config" being safest and recommend.
>> with my thunderbird 35.8.0, to set thunderbird as default email client
>> via menu bar, sequence is;
>> Edit > Preferences > Advanced > General
>> half way down in bold type;
>> System Integration
>> [ ] Always check to see <snip-snip> [Check Now]
>> clicking [Check Now] button opens a "System Integration" window with
>> preset selection shown.
i still contend that sequence that you posted is confusing and i am still
at a loss as to how changing langpack will change sequence and wording of
how to set default email client.
If Bill Gates got a dime for every time Windows crashes...
...oh, wait. He does. THAT explains it!
in a world with out fences, who needs gates.
CentOS GNU/Linux 6.7
after that upgrade from updates-testing any application started with
"ksystraycmd" lost it's icon, the space is preserved and even works to
bring the app into focus, but no icon :-(
at least with oxygen/air themes - no chance that i try to change that
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Today I have found out that plasma-desktop-5.5.1-1.fc23.x86_64 was using
1,9 GiB of RAM.
I would like to know if running
(gdb) attach "plasmashell's_pid"
can help to retrieve useful infos (for a bugreport) while the process is
If you have any other suggestion, feel free to reply.
If I highlight a link in firefox, in the URL bar (for lack of a better term), the link
appears in the clipboard history and is accessible after other entries are made.
However, if I do the same with chrome I don't see the text but a sort of image. Later
clicking on the entry results in nothing appearing when pasting into an email or konsole
I can't see a way to configure this to work. Am I missing something?
In reality, some people should stick to running Windows and others should stay away from
At least twice in past week my system logged me out abruptly with "Could not start ksmserver. Check your installation." I also lose any unsaved work I might be working on at the moment of forced logout. System would flicker frantically when I log into my system without rebooting on such occurrences. Any idea what might be happening.
journalctl -b -k output - https://paste.fedoraproject.org/320886/
Recently I've found that some program is running
on my Fedora-23/KDE laptop and (presumably) taking 100$ of the CPU,
so that no keyboard or mouse input is possible.
I see that there is constant hard drive usage.
The "outage" only lasts 20 seconds or so,
so it is not a serious problem.
It usually happens just after logging in,
but occasionally it happens later.
Is there any way of seeing what the program is,
since obviously I cannot run anything like "top"?
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
Fredy Neeser/Zurich/IBM wrote on 03.02.2016 10:13:55:
> Andreas Petzold wrote on 07.01.2016 22:37:45:
> > after installing the latest updates from kde-testing, kwalletmanager
> > can't open the old wallet anymore. It says " Error opening the
> > wallet *kdewallet*. Please try again. (Error code -9: Read error -
> > possibly incorrect password.) The new kwallet(5) is still working.
> Yes, since roughly 10 days I am getting the same error on a
> fully updated (from stable) Fedora 22.
Ok, after yesterday's update to Plasma 5.5.4-1 and recreating my wallet,
kwallet seems to work better.
However, it's a bit confusing that Fedora 22 has both
KWalletManager and KWalletManager4 installed (KDE Menu > System).
KWalletManager4 (in About) says "Version 2.0", using KDE Development
KWalletManager (in About) says "Version 15.12.1", using KDE Frameworks
5.18.0, Qt 5.5.1 and the xcb windowing system.
Apparently kdedaemon uses KWalletManager4, not KWalletManager !!!
I can see this by opening a Network Place with fish:
- Now KWalletManager4 tells me that the wallet 'kdewallet' is currently
and has one password.
- OTOH, KWalletManager tells me that the wallet 'kdewallet' is currently
So it must be that the 2 kwallet manager versions use different DBs
of the same name (and I guess different DB locations).
Can anybody shed some light on what's going on here?
Does anyone successfully use the newer KWalletManager?
I am not sure when this happened, maybe as long ago as updating to Fedora 23.
But now when I click one of the Constants buttons in KCalc, nothing happens.
The button says it has the correct symbol, and seems to accept the correct
definition, but it won't do anything when clicked. Is anyone else seeing this?
I haven't filed a Bugzilla yet.
Lester M Petrie
Bldg 5700, Room O305
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Phone 865-574-5259, Email petrielmjr(a)ornl.gov