How to get the update notifications working on a installed Fedora KDE Live CD? + wireless problems + RHGB
markg85 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 20:29:13 UTC 2007
i don`t know if it`s a bug..
it could be that some packages are just not installed because it`s a install
from the live cd. in that case this behavior is intentional.
and i fully agree with you that kde should not be second class. that`s
actually why i`m using it now.. to see if i can improve something somewhere
(mostly in skinning i think)
if someone can confirm that this stuff is a bug.
2007/6/6, Kam Leo <kam.leo at gmail.com>:
> On 6/6/07, Mark <markg85 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > i test for updates by installing an older firefox version :P (22.214.171.124)
> > i press the "Software Updater" link in the menu.
> > and thanx for saying that "check your running progresses to see if
> puplet is
> > running". i checked it and puplet is indeed NOT running so i entered
> > line in a console window:
> > ln -s /usr/bin/puplet ~/.kde/Autostart/puplet
> > that line starts puplet at login and it now shows 1 update available
> > (Firefox 126.96.36.199 :P)
> > thanx alot for the help here.
> > i will post this in a small "howto" on fedoraforum.org.
> Please do more than a "howto". Submit a bug report. KDE users should
> not be second class.
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