Folders in Kmail 1.5.1 - all new folders are assigned to Top Level
bjfowler at chanzy.fsnet.co.uk
Thu Apr 3 11:49:31 BST 2003
I did what I did out of desperation! But I found a set of 3.1 rpms for SuSE
8.0 and installed kdenetworks3-3.1. That works OK
mit freundlichen Grüßen,
PS I also posted a problem concerning an error message received when trying to
configure Virtual desktops, to wit, 'library files "libkcm_konq.la" ' not
found in paths. There is a file is in /opt/kde3/lib named 'kcm_konq.la'.
When I copied same to 'libkcm_konq.la', the complaint about not being- able
to find the file disappeared, but the rest of the message complaining about a
possible orphaned control module from a previous installation remained.
This is an inconvenience at worst. The library mentioned seems to be part of
kdebase. If it is a packaging problem, I hope that SuSE can produce a
I use rpms because in that way the rpm database is kept up to date. One way
that rpm could be improved is to scan the entire filesystem and keep a note
of files that are not components of packages (orphans). In that way, a lot
of dependency problems could be avoided. During installation, a check could
be made on the 'orphan' list.
Some time ago my rpm database was destroyed, and when I install new packages a
lot of dependencies are flagged up although the files concerned are on the
On Thursday 03 Apr 2003 09:15, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> I'm surprised that you lost some messages. The bug in the package
> shouldn't cause message loss.
> Using the 3.0.x version will most likely lead to strange crashes (I
> already had to close a few bug reports because people where using KMail
> from KDE 3.0 with KDE 3.1). It would be better to use the 3.1 version
> of the kdenetwork package which is still available at ftp.kde.org (and
> it's mirrors).
> SuSE promised to release fixed packages soon.
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