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Re: What is the official/semi-official positon of Fedora on KDE?



I fixed it myself. It was a missing '/'. If you look into ~/.kde, in
either the applications or config directory, you will notice a
glaringly obviously misnamed file that has an odd name that begins
like the nameof a directory and has the program's configrc as the
ending. Just insert a '/' at the right spot, mve the file to where it
actually belongs, according to the KDE schema, as you will see when
you find the file, and it will work fine.

On 4/16/05, Arthur Pemberton <dalive flashmail com> wrote:
> Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> 
> > Hi
> >
> >>
> >> My greatest find in kde 3.4 has been the improvements in the kde-pim
> >> package and kontact.  Kmail works a lot faster and aKregator (RSS
> >> aggregator) is built into kontact now.  Kgpg is also a lot more
> >> useful.  One note though, I'm using the kde-redhat packages, which
> >> have a lot fewer redhat modifications and stick more closely to the
> >> official kde.
> >>
> >
> > AFAIK,  KDE packages in Fedora should be pretty much close to upstream
> > ones by now. If you notice any significant deviations, pass them on to me
> >
> > regards
> > Rahul
> 
> Knotes does not save, but I understand that this has been fixed in KDE 3.4
> 
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