On 07/25/2017 08:17 AM, Ed Greshko wrote:
On 07/25/2017 11:05 PM, Emmett Culley wrote:
> I have continued to use konqueror instead of dolphin because I can use profiles to
have it start up connected to a remote server on specific directories. Now, it seems that
that is no longer working since updating to Fedora 26. If I start it as from a command
line or from a desktop object it ignores the profile option and opens as a web browser.
Doing konqueror --help shows....
--profile <profile> Profile to open (DEPRECATED, IGNORED)
Maybe you should take this up with the kde.org
I suppose I thought I was. I've been noticing konqueror functionality slip
away for sometime now. So I guess this shouldn't be such a surprise. However, that
functionality made my life a lot easier and is the main reason I didn't just start
I will take it up with kde.org
, as you suggest and I should have quite awhile ago.
I cannot help but notice that KDE seems to be getting a lot like gnome in this attempt to
tell us how to do our jobs. To me Linux is a complete technology stack. I use it for
every day interacting with the Internet, for serious systems and web development, and for
managing/serving many web apps and services. I've become used to having tools that
make my work easier and faster.
Still, I suppose I shouldn't complain as a lot of people work hard to give us this
great framework to work from, and I haven't found any time to contribute.