is anybody around here using krdc for rdp sessions? Could you please let
me know if it is still working for you on F28?
In my case krdc refuses to open any rdp sessions: you see a window
opening and instantly closing again.
My guess is that krdc still uses the old parameter style when calling
freerdp instead of the new one. This might not work any more with recent
thanks in advance,
On 06/09/2018 10:05, PropAAS DBA wrote:
> Hi all;
> I have Thunderbird 52.9.1 installed on Fedora 28 (KDE Spin), every
> invite I get for a meeting shows this :
> "No writable calendars are configured for invitations, please check the
> calendar properties"
> I have the "Provider for google calendar" add on installed, I created my
> calendar by add calendar -> on the network -> google calendar
> Thoughts / ideas?
> Thanks in advance for your help...
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I had similar problem at work with Lightning and I had to install a
different version of Lighting add-on.
I am not using google calendar at work so could be different.
I'm Alberto from the Marketing team, I'm asking for help to complete
the Fedora 29 Talking points.
Talking points are key highlights of the new release. There are
different types of talking points for different types of people:
general desktop users/everyone, developers, and sysadmins. They are
meant to provide a short, effective answer to the question "What cool
stuff is in the latest release of Fedora?" They are compelling, not
Alberto Rodriguez Sanchez <bt0dotninja(a)fedoraproject.org>
Now that the Fedora's modularity project has gotten over it's major
bumps, I was wondering what the Fedora KDE community thought about
making KDE modules?
Do you think making a set of KDE modules make things easier for
maintaining KDE across multiple releases?
Do you think any gains wouldn't be worth the efforts?
Do you think end users would, or wouldn't want KDE modules?
Is it still too early to even thing about?
I have Thunderbird 52.9.1 installed on Fedora 28 (KDE Spin), every
invite I get for a meeting shows this :
"No writable calendars are configured for invitations, please check the
I have the "Provider for google calendar" add on installed, I created my
calendar by add calendar -> on the network -> google calendar
Thoughts / ideas?
Thanks in advance for your help...
I'm using Fedora 28 and it seems that something related to sftp is
broken. I open (F4) file in krusader and it asks me if I want to
continue, that it cant verify server, and if I want to proceed and
remember the fingerprint. Standard popup when connecting to new server.
But after some time, when saving the file, it asks me again. It
remembers that for just a short time and then asking again and again...
Right now, I have like 20 lines in ~/.ssh/known_hosts with that server
fingerprint, all lines exactly the same.
I don't know if it causes the problem or not, but that server is NAT
router so it has multiple ports forwarded to different machines. I don't
have anything "normal" to test if it would show same symptoms. This was
working fine previously. I have new pc with fresh Fedora 28
installation, so don't know if it's a regression between F27-F28 or if
some update broke it.
Does anyone else see the same problem? Is there any workaround or fix
available? After a while, it's pretty annoying.