where are things?
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at blazenet.net
Mon Jul 5 17:50:38 BST 2004
Got two installations of KDE here, both running under Slackware 9.1 (it's
whatever version comes with that distro). And they run somewhat differently!
In the case of konqueror, there's a problem with the status line on this box.
Instead of seeing
what I see instead is something like
though of course since it's one line I can only see half of each of those
words. Makes it much more of a hassle when it says anything else there!
This box with the problem was originally running earlier versions of stuff
going all the way back to Slackware 4.0. The other install here that does
not have this problem is from a fresh install. I've seen some references in
here to people being told to simply delete files or even whole directories,
but if it's at all possible I'd much rather find the problem and fix it
(perhaps by comparing the two sets of files) instead, since this would
preserve any changes I'd made in my setup to personalize it without me having
to go through and do it all again.
Also, when I start to type a URL in konqueror all sorts of possibilities pop
up that I can select from. Where is that info stored? How about "most often
visited"? Cookies? Bookmarks? The idea here is that I want to be able to
export stuff via nfs and not have multiple inconsistent copies of it all over
the place, so I can go to different workstations and get the same
Similarly, I was able to go to my second machine last night and fire up
kmail, and I could see all of my mail that was sitting here and gain access
to all of it, but when I went to start a new mail, typing the first letter
of the intended recipient did NOT bring up the list of addresses I get when
doing it on this box here. So I'm currently on the old box just now,
working within this setup still. Where does kmail store that info? How
about the address book itself?
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