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Wed May 14 15:36:33 UTC 2008
On Wednesday 14 May 2008 15:05, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-05-14 at 12:08 +0100, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Wednesday 14 May 2008 01:23, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > > Not a single one of the various KDE4 apps I've tried on F9 has a
> > > working Help (not even Dolphin, the new file browser!), even though I
> > > can see a bunch of docbook files under /usr/share/doc/HTML. Is there
> > > some extra set of packages one is magically supposed to know about to
> > > get the documentation? Or some magic script one is supposed to run to
> > > generate the docs from the docbook files?
> > Not sure what has gone wrong, Patrick. I have F9 that has grown from
> > rawhide over the last few weeks and I have docs installed. Why not use
> > the Software Installer to manually add the docs? I did a search on
> > 'docs' and got a raft of entries.
> By Software Installer do you mean gtk-packagekit? I used it to search
> for 'docs' and couldn't see anything relevant to KDE except API stuff.
One of the problems with the new menu interface is that you can't tell what
the program names are. I found it under Applications > Administration >
Add/Remove Software. I just put 'docs' into the search box.
> BTW, the gtk-packagekit GUI doesn't appear to support complex queries.
> You can select KDE on the left menu, or type 'docs' in the search box,
> but not both.
> PS This is the output of 'yum repolist':
> adobe-linux-i386 Adobe Systems Incorporated enabled
> fedora Fedora 9 - x86_64 enabled
> google Google - i386 enabled
> livna-development Livna for Fedora Core 9 - x86_64 - Devel enabled
> localrepo Fedora Local Repo enabled
> updates Fedora 9 - x86_64 - Updates enabled
I'm using i386, and only have adobe-linux-i386, fedora and updates.
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