Determining what kio slaves are installed
jason at jvoegele.com
Fri Oct 22 15:16:20 BST 2004
Chris Gow said:
> Hopefully I've got my terminology correct :)
> Is there a way to find out what kio slaves I've got installed? eg.
> The set of protocols I can type into a konqueror window? According
> to yast, I've got the smb kio slave installed but typing in
> smb://[somehost] brings up an error dialog
You can use the KDE "Info Center", which on my system at least is located
under the "System" menu. If you can't find it there, try:
Alt+F2, then enter "kinfocenter" and hit OK.
Once in the Info Center, go to the "Protocols" section and you will see
all kinds of information about kio slaves available on your system.
Hope this helps.
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