[Digikam-users] Can't see photos
ach at mpe.mpg.de
Fri Dec 2 07:28:34 GMT 2005
On Friday 02 December 2005 07:57, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> Le Jeudi 1 Décembre 2005 18:56, wayne a écrit :
> > On Wednesday 30 November 2005 06:26 pm, wayne wrote:
> > > I just installed 0.8.0 on my Mandriva 2006 system and I'm having
> > > problems. I can download my photos into the digikam folders but I can't
> > > see them in the folder. I know they're there because I can see them in
> > > Konqueror file manager. Also, when I try to download them again into the
> > > same folder, it tells me that they're already there and asks if I want
> > > to write over them. So, the photos are there but I can't see them, not
> > > even the frames.
> > >
> > > Furthermore, the "Aspect Ratio Crop" tool is not listed at all. Is there
> > > some file that I overlooked during the installation? I used an rpm from
> > > rpm.pbone.net
> > I downloaded and installed the rpm again and this time I'm able to see my
> > photos and the "Aspect Ration Crop" tool is present. However, I'm not able
> > to move or copy any pics between folders. I get this error message: "Could
> > not start process Unable to create io-slave: klauncher said: Unknown
> > protocol 'digikamio'."
> > What is "digikamio?"
> It's a kio-slave. It's a process running out of digikam instance to perform
> file operation without frozen digikam GUI. digiKam needed any kioslaves to
> run properly.
> If kioslaves can be found to process any tasks like file moving or thumbnails
> generation, this is want mean that your system is badly configured anywhere.
> normally kio-slave must been installed in kde directory like this (mandriva
> 2006) :
> [gilles at pc-barn3 ~]$ uname -a
> Linux pc-barn3 2.6.12-12mdksmp #1 SMP Fri Sep 9 17:43:23 CEST 2005 i686
> Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.40GHz unknown GNU/Linux
> [gilles at pc-barn3 ~]$ locate kio_digikam
Seem like a/your running KDE session does not notice that new digikam kio
slaves got installed.
> Gilles Caulier
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