Dr Konqi still misbehaving - advice needed

Ben Cooksley bcooksley at kde.org
Wed Nov 26 07:06:55 GMT 2014

On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 2:49 PM, Ian Wadham <iandw.au at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,

Hi Ian,

> On 26/11/2014, at 10:19 AM, Thomas Lübking wrote:
>> On Montag, 24. November 2014 04:08:53 CEST, Ian Wadham wrote:
>>> So my immediate and most urgent question is how can I get Germano to
>>> recover that log output from Dr Konqi?  He is using Fedora 20, KDE 4.14.3.
>> kdebugdialog --fullmode
> That's nice. I did not know about that option.
>> filter for "drkonqi" and pass everything to a file like eg. /tmp/drkonqi.dbg
>> Otherwise (if activated!) it should end up in either ~/.xsession-errors or the systemd journal ("journalctl").
> Kevin Kofler wrote to the https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=337742
> thread and pointed out ~/.xsession-errors to us. And Germano has just now
> sent me a debug log from Dr Konqi.
> So far the log shows that my patch is definitely there, in the distribution, but
> Bugzilla still returns a 410 error, even though it has been given a token (as
> required for version 4.4.6 of Bugzilla software).
> I think I am going to need some serious help on this problem. Any volunteers?

Can you forward that log to me please?

> Also, can anyone explain why my first mail on this thread was held up in moderation?
> I am subscribed to the list, though I had not posted for a few weeks. AFAIK, the only
> thing I did "wrong" was to accidentally click on kde-core-devel-request at kde.org
> when I first sent the message. Maybe that branded me as a potential spammer… :-(

kde-core-devel is a moderated list, so everyone's mail is held for
moderation until your moderate flag is cleared.
I've now done this.

> Cheers, Ian W.


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