[kde-linux] Re: Digikam and Gwenview cannot find kipi plugins

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 12 10:41:05 UTC 2011

On Tuesday 12 Jul 2011 08:16:32 Bogus Zaba wrote:
> Slackware 13.37, KDE 4.5.5 (as supplied by Slackware).
> I have both Digikam (1.9) and kipi-plugins (1.9) installed from
> Slackware packages. Neither digikam nor gwenview can see any plugins.
> Tried re-installing both digikam and kipi-plugins, but I still have the
> same outcome - no kipi-plugins available.
> The digikam splash screen provides a few progress messages among which
> is "loading kipi plugins", but nothing seems to result from this.
> One clue might be this output which comes from running gwenview at the
> command line:
> "
> gwenview(14654)/kdecore (trader) KServiceTypeTrader::defaultOffers:
> KServiceTypeTrader: serviceType "KIPI/Plugin" not found
> "
> This suggests that kipi-plugins should have registered itself as a KDE4
> service (presumably during installation of kipi-plugins). There may be
> something in my KDE4 setup which is preventing this.
> Any clues as to how I may be able to correct this?
Silly question - you do have both kipi-plugins and kipi-plugins-libs 
installed, don't you?

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