Subject: Re: Some questions on KDE2
To: Ingolf Steinbach <email@example.com>
From: Nick Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/23/2001 03:18:38
On Wed, 23 May 2001 10:25:40 +0200, Ingolf Steinbach wrote:
> On Mon, May 21, 2001 at 07:57:35PM +0100, Nick Hudson wrote:
> > I've not seen any of the problems you mention (some because I haven't
> > used that part of KDE) except for the last one... The change is not in
> > the current libtool cvs, but I intend to point it out to the libtool
> > guys.
> If there is interest, I'd polish up a patch for NetBSD's
> libtool package (which would probably mean that the "nb"
> number should be bumped up).
If you have time... Its also on my todo list.
> > Have you tried bugs.kde.org to see if any of your problems are
> > mentioned?
> Yes and no. For the kmail problem, I did not find a problem
> report which seems to describe exactly the problem I had...
There is a discussion about kmail on one of the KDE mailing lists, but I'm
not reading it as I don't use kmail.
> > With artsd, I'm not sure that it is a problem of KDE itself:
> I can usually play sounds via /dev/audio, but artsd always
> reports that it cannot find a suitable method (oss, etc.)
> or something like that (I don't have access to the machine
> at the moment). This is on NetBSD/i386, netbsd-1-5, with
> audio0 at auvia0.
Hmm, this probably needs looking at...
> I do not expect anyone having a look at my infrequent konqueror
> crashes :-) But maybe the drkonqi problem is related? What does
> the drkonqi process for exactly?
As I understand it drkonqi captures and sends crash dumps/backtraces to the
I've yet to check this is working...
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