[Digikam-users] digiKam 2.5.0: missing photos
myuller.aleck at ya.ru
Wed Aug 28 13:05:10 BST 2013
В Ср., 28/08/2013 в 07:09 +0200, Gilles Caulier пишет:
> there is a file at ~/.kde4/share/config/digikamrc, which store all
> digiKam config. First Assistant only appear if this file do not exist
> (typically if digiKAm have never be run on the system).
> Remove this file to show assistant.
> Gilles Caulier
> 2013/8/28 Aleck Mueller <myuller.aleck at ya.ru>:
> > В Ср., 28/08/2013 в 02:05 +0200, Marie-Noëlle Augendre пишет:
> >> There use to be a problem like that sometimes ago: some pictures could
> >> never be recognized by Digikam whatever you do, and though they were
> >> perfectly OK with other programs.
> >> I don't know if the problem still exists, but it was due to wrong
> >> records left in the database and - at that time - the only possibility
> >> was to remove them manually, or start with a new DB from scratch.
> >> Now there are some maintenance tools included in Digikam interface,
> >> that might help to fix that issue.
> > It seems like that.
> > When I purged digiKam package I deleted files digikam4.db and
> > thumbnails-digikam.db from the database directory afterwards; it is
> > strange enough that they were there after purging. Then I installed the
> > package again and before launching digiKam file digikam4.db had appeared
> > in the database directory! After launching digiKam the initial setup
> > assistant did not appeared but a simple setup dialogue window was
> > appeared instead.
> > --
> > Aleck
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I have removed digikam4.db, thumbnails-digikam.db and
~/.kde/share/config/digikamrc (since directory ~/.kde4 does not exist),
reinstalled digiKam and got strange result: after setup with First
Assistant and scanning collection digiKam shows in the album 1202
pictures again WITH the test picture there! Therefore some other one
should disappear this time instead. And again:
$ ls -1 album-name | wc -l
I can't think what's wrong.
By the way /home is mounted on a partition with file system EXT4 and
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