[kde-linux] KDE 4. Trying to get it working like I need it to.
rdalek1967 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 11:07:22 UTC 2009
> Kevin Krammer wrote:
>> On Tuesday, 2009-11-10, Dale wrote:
>>> This is weird. I looked for this file the other day and it was not
>>> there. It is now tho.
>>> root at smoker / # ls /home/dale/.config/akonadi/
>>> total 8
>>> drwxr-xr-x 2 dale users 112 Oct 10 14:36 .
>>> drwx------ 11 dale users 360 Oct 9 14:25 ..
>>> -rw-r--r-- 1 dale users 156 Oct 10 14:36 akonadiserverrc
>>> -rw-r--r-- 1 dale users 26 Oct 10 14:36 akonadiserverrc~
>>> root at smoker / # cat /home/dale/.config/akonadi/akonadiserverrc
>> Try to change (as user dale to make sure it stays owned correctly)
>> this line above to
> Well, I have made some changes on this end. That is why I have been
> gone a while. I switched from the sqlite thingy to MySQL. I then
> deleted this file so that it would create a brand spanking new one.
> This is what is in there now.
> root at smoker ~ # cat /home/dale/.config/akonadi/akonadiserverrc
> root at smoker ~ #
>> and this line to
>> Check that /usr/sbin/mysqld exists.
>> If not the path could be different on Gentoo.
>> Then (still user dale) run the following command
>> akonadictl start
>> That should start the whole system, unless there is still something
>> else wrong.
> I still got a error but it wouldn't stay up there long enough for me
> to save it. I'll try to go faster next time so that I can post it.
> :-) :-)
I had to log out and back in anyway so I watched to see if the error
popped up again. It does for what I would call a flash. It says it is
starting then a few seconds later I see a flash of the error box. If I
were to blink, I would miss it. It is gone really fast.
Since I can't actually read anything in the box, I opened Kopete, which
usually shows the error too, and it connected just fine with no error at
all. I guess it took it two tries to get its ducks in a row. It may
not be a error that is popping up but just a box where it is checking
its config and since it is working, it just closes itself.
Soooooo, sqlite and KDE 4 don't work together. MySQL is required. This
also seems to please Seamonkey, Firefox and something else that uses
MySQL instead of sqlite.
Now we know.
One thing down. What is this mc thing? I got to go install this and
see if it is a replacement for Dolphin.
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