About KDE 3.2.1 on Fedora Core 1
Steven P. Ulrick
ulrick2 at faith4miracle.org
Fri Mar 12 08:03:24 GMT 2004
On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 22:27:32 -0700
James Richard Tyrer <tyrerj at acm.org> wrote:
> Marian POPESCU wrote:
> > 4. Icons are missing (see this image:
> > http://perso.netpratique.fr/softexpert/img/KDE/IconsMissing.png).
> They are probably just missing. Although I have icons for some, but
> NOT all, of the ones that you are missing. There have been recent
> changes in the icons and some of them have gone missing.
Hello, Everyone :)
I have the same problem that Marian mentioned. See the thread I started
a few days ago for more details: Dissapearing Icons in KDE 3.2.1
For now I have a clarification to make about my specific situation. The
only applications that are affected are KDE applications. As far as the
statement about them going missing, I need to mention that all of the
icons in the applications that I mentioned in my original message on
this subject, were where they were supposed to be before I upgraded to
KDE 3.2.1. To put it another way, I had all the icons for Bibletime,
Krename, Kover and Krusader until I upgraded to KDE 3.2.1, then the next
thing that I knew, they were gone. If this problem has been fixed in
the CVS, let me know where, and I will install that portion from the CVS
I am running Fedora Core 1, all official updates installed, including
the most recent kernel. Also, when I installed Fedora, I chose Every
As far as KDE is concerned, I installed that from the official KDE RPM's
for Fedora Core. Since there were some new RPM's this time around, I
ran "rpm -Uvh" instead of "rpm -Fvh" Other than that, the upgrade
proceeded without a hitch.
If you have any questions for me, or need any information from me to
help fix this, let me know.
I think that now I will check out Bugzilla, and possibly report this :)
Steven P. Ulrick
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