Determining what kio slaves are installed
sniffy at rogers.com
Fri Oct 22 18:46:55 BST 2004
On October 22, 2004 10:16 am, Jason Voegele wrote:
> 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.
Yeah. It works, it lists all of the protocols I have installed. Though I had
to chuckle at the descriptions for each protocol:
"Some info about [protocol name here]..."
where nothing appears after the protocol name :)
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