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> 1. KGet/KPPP Question (Swaroop C H)
> 2. Re: [kde-freebsd] KDE 3.2.1 installation experiences (Jim Durham)
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> Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2004 10:13:25 +0530
> From: Swaroop C H <swaroop at g2swaroop.net>
> Subject: [kde] KGet/KPPP Question
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> Hello all,
> I couldn't find any KGet-specific discussion board and I am hoping
> this is the right place to ask - if not, please guide me to the right
> Can I configure KGet and KPPP such that if my dialup connection is
> broken, then KPPP should automatically redial *and* KGet should
> automatically resume downloads? Is this possible ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Swaroop C H
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> Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2004 00:30:58 -0500
> From: Jim Durham <durham at jcdurham.com>
> Subject: [kde] Re: [kde-freebsd] KDE 3.2.1 installation experiences
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> On Friday 26 March 2004 12:19 pm, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> > On Friday 26 March 2004 04:22, Jim Durham wrote:
> > > Also, since the upgrade, starting Konq in the "Home Directory" mode would
> > > cause a crash of Konq. Copying the files fixed this also.
> > If that is reproducable (i.e, if you move your kdm configuration out of the
> > way again, start kde with startx and the konqueror started via the
> > Home-Link crashes), it's a KDE bug and should be reported - kdm
> > configuration should not affect konqueror at all. I think it's more likely
> > though that those crashes were caused by the effect described in
> > /usr/ports/UPDATING, entry 20040309.
> > > Incidentally, I had removed the old 3.2 packages before installing 3.2.1,
> > > which probably removed the old config files.
> > Future upgrades should not cause this sort of trouble, kdebase-3.2.0 was
> > the last revision of the port/package which would remove the kdm
> > configuration unconditionally.
> This is a busy weekend..working on a web project and I have a bunch of stuff
> up on KDE that I don't want to kill, so I'll try it as soon as I get that
> under control.
> I read the UPDATING note. The only thing that was running when I did the
> upgrade was kdm. I cntl-alt-backspaced before upgrading. This is a laptop and
> I haul it back and forth to work and home and I did the update, then ran out
> of time to play with it, and I took it to work with me and ran KDE from
> startx all that day and Konq would crash every time I started it from the
> "Home" Icon, but not the "Web" icon. It did that all day on demand. As soon
> as I fixed the kdm config problem, late that afternoon, and brought it up
> with kdm, it hasn't done it since. I'll be glad to erase the config files
> and try it again as soon as I can do it conveniently.
> Probably the files didn't have anything to do with it. More likely that I was
> running it from startx instead of kdm?
> Thanks for the help.. I'll get back on this and I'll file a bug report if it
> does it again when I remove the config stuff. I'll also try having the config
> files there and starting it from startx anyway.
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