In my never ending story for single sign on on KDE4 the last post I had was this one. There was just one little problem with that method: It stopped working when KDE 4.13 came around… Now there is a new candidate for solving this, and it works just fine so far. At this point all I can say is Continue reading The never ending story of single-sign-on
Seeing that there are only two more weeks until openSUSE 12.2 reaches end of life, I’m doing my usual upgrade with zypper. If you are about to say “didn’t you do that already some months ago“, that was a virtual machine…now it’s my “production” system. Let’s hope all goes as well as it did on the VM. So far all Continue reading Live upgrade to openSUSE 12.3, finally.
…at least with KDE4 on openSUSE 12.2. In a previous post I mentioned that there are single-sign-on methods available for KDE to open the wallet right on login, but they do not work when you’re using NIS accounts. Turns out they do work after all, you just need make sure that the references to the pam_kwallet module is after pam_unix2.so Continue reading KWallet Single-Sign-On, at last!
KDE 4.10 has been released, and I have upgraded my old desktop computer that sits on a shelf in our home server room and runs a NoMachine server to have KDE 4.10.0 on it. First attempt: migrate my existing KDE 4.9.5 desktop environment. First result: failure. Basically nothing related to kontact/KDEPIM works after this. Second attempt: delete everything kde related Continue reading KDE 4.10.0, a very first quick glance
If you notice that your ssh agent and/or gpg agent aren’t running after logging in to KDE4 on openSUSE, and you just upgraded your KDE from the KDE:Release:49 buildservice repository, there is a simple fix. Run this command as root: ln -sf /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/Xsession That will do it. By the way, the bug report for this bug is here. Please Continue reading openSUSE bandaid: no gpg agent, no ssh agent after updating from KDE:Release:49
If you are working with TGA images a lot, you might have seen the bug where KDE apps like Gwenview can’t open them and give you a weird message about being unable to read metadata. This is a bug in qt. KDE4 brings its own image readers for TGA, but only uses them when the qt ones are not available. Continue reading Linux Bandaid: KDE apps can’t open TGA image files
Ever had this happen? You open the file requester in a GTK app to open or save a file, but the names don’t come with icons so it’s kind of hard to tell the difference between a folder and a file without extension. Here’s the reason: your KDE styles have been updated but the gtk icon cache was not refreshed. Continue reading Linux Bandaid: GTK apps don’t show icons in the file requester when running within KDE
Here are the results from the survey: 75% answered “yes” on the question whether they use kontact or not. Those who answered “no” did not get to the rest of the survey. All questions except the last two were multiple choice. Component usage: E-Mail 93,42% Contacts 78,95% Calendar 77,63% Feedreader 53,95% Task list 35,53% Summary 19,74% Yellow Notes 17,11% Journals Continue reading Survey results are in
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It seems that “the community” consists of three separate groups of people: the people who loudly demand features the developers who loudly debate the ethic, moral, technical religious impacts if the features demanded by 1. would be implemented the small group of developers who watch 1. and 2. and at some point say “Oh for crying out loud. What a Continue reading Single sign-on on openSUSE / KDE4, or the three faces of the community