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#1 2004-04-19 23:42:48

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bugs in kde 3.2.2

while updating kde to 3.2.2 i unfortunately tagged arts too early, so it is in the db already ... sorry for that

if you do pacman -Suy you will be maybe told that kdelibs is needing arts 1.2.1

-> either do pacman -Suyd (as arts 1.2.2 is fully backwards compatible to arts 1.2.1)

or

-> wait some days till the other kde pkgs come out to update


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#2 2004-04-20 09:55:10

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

Cheers dp!

Arts 1.2.2 now works with alsa dmix plugin! So KDE system notifications can chime in when playing a movie on Kaffeine or something.

However, Juk does not seem to like it. Playback is slow, then normal... XMMS has no problems though. Maybe updated Juk will be ok?

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#3 2004-04-20 19:03:51

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

rest of kde 3.2.2 is out

enjoy


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#4 2004-04-20 23:35:52

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

naph wrote:

first bugs:

- kdesu doesn't recognize my root password (su - does)

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=80034

i will patch it till the weekend

naph wrote:

- Menu arrows are invisible so there's a "gap" between left menus and right submenus

this i cannot reproduce - do you have something special in your settings in ~/.kde/?


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#5 2004-04-20 23:40:23

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2


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#6 2004-04-21 21:02:22

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

ok, now when i run 10 times apps with short description, the list of most used apps changed and i can reproduce this --- it must be a bug in kde ...

a search in bugs.kde.org i found this:

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=77545

see the last comment and see the link to this screenshoot:
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/epyon9283/kdebug.jpg
what seems to show the exact problem we noticed


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#7 2004-04-21 21:13:36

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

actually kdebug#80055 is a dupe of 78948:

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=78948


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#8 2004-04-24 17:50:18

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2


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#9 2004-04-24 23:26:44

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

naph wrote:

yes .. exactly..

are you gonna fix it a new package release ?

or i must do it via abs?

thxx

hmm .. the kde team fixed it in the cvs ... so it *should* be in a 3.2.3 release

the thing is: 79713 is a regression bug from KDE 3.2.1, caused by the fix for bug 78504 and the fix by simply going back and solving 79713 would bring 78504 up again --- i didnt yet had a look at the cvs, but if we are not going to wait till 3.2.3, we need cvs-code for this --- i'll had a look to patch the pkgbuild

please open a bug (bugs.archlinux.org) for this to remind me

another problem i have is bandwidth at the moment --- probably this fix will come in some time but not very short, sorry - i'll try to upload it from the uni on monday, as at home they mminimized my upload to about ~2kb/s :-(


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#10 2004-04-26 16:49:51

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

dp wrote:
naph wrote:

first bugs:

- kdesu doesn't recognize my root password (su - does)

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=80034

i will patch it till the weekend

finally i uploaded the kdelibs 3.2.2-2 that solves kdesu - sorry for the waiting


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#11 2004-04-26 17:01:42

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

i started a collector-bug for bugs in kde 3.2.2 --- just to keep track of the things that went wrong in this kde-release

if you find a bug in kde 3.2.2 - that already exists in bugs.kde.org, please add it to http://bugs.archlinux.org/index.php?do=details&id=833 (if it does not exist in bugs.kde.org, then maybe it's not yet detected or it is arch, specific ... in the first case, post a new bug in bugs.kde.org (and also post to archbug 833), in the second place, post in this thread in the forum only)

thanx in advance


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#12 2004-04-26 23:55:25

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Re: bugs in kde 3.2.2

naph wrote:

but the decopressor problem is still there??
we gotta wait till 3.2.3 ??

not a big deal i can always use terminal to untar files big_smile

yes, it's still there, because it's too complicated and related to other bugs to mess around --- i think the best thing would be to wait that the kde-team cleans the situation with these other things and then in 3.2.3 we have a running system

kdesu was important part of kde to productivity (as it comes up, any time you want to change something you need su-it) - the goodie to decompress from konqueror is not that important to spend days of messing with cvs+source-release to build a messy pkg (in my eyes) --- if someone brings me a working patch for these bugs, i will implement it, ofcourse


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