On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 12:14 PM, Ilya Dogolazky <ilya.dogolazky@...> wrote: > Hi again ! > > After I copied my .kde directory to .trinity, my old KDE3 settings are back. > But some issues remain. here is the list of issues I've seen so far (any > help is very welcome!) in none particular order. > > The most important items below are: 2, 6.2, 6.3, 8, 11 and of course 1 ;) > > 1. I got a message "KFish applet can't be installed on the panel", and no > fish is visible :-( > > 2. The 'konsole' application (KDE's xterm replacement) can't be started: > ilya@kalma:~$ which konsole > /opt/trinity/bin/konsole > ilya@kalma:~$ konsole > konsole: symbol lookup error: /opt/trinity/lib/libkdeui.so.4: undefined > symbol: _ZN7QObject18childrenListObjectEv > > 3. I have two panels, one for buttons, keyes, kfish and menus; and the > second one for tasks. This second one was configured in KDE to be two items > high, but now its height is just one item ("item" in my definition is a > rectangle representing a single task). > > Fixed it manually by setting "Size" from "Default" to "Custom 52 pixels" > > 4. There are some KDE4 artifacts: > 4.1 A PSI program successfully attached to the panel, but the drop down > menus look like those in KDE4 and the UI of the psi program itself looks > like KDE4. I would like to know if it's the expected behavior. Basicaly I > have nothing against it (ok, it's ugly, but I can live with it), but it's > better to know for sure. > > 4.2 An application called "Nepomuk Strigi File Indexing" (which I never seen > before) is started, attached to the panel and doing some massive > input/output. The UI looks like KDE4. I would like to know how to get rid of > it. > > 5. Background pictures disappeared, only one of six is visible (I'm afraid > they were original KDE3 pictures and just gone during the system update) > > 6. Massive screen saver issues: > > 6.1 My previously used screen saver (displaying failure messages from > different operation systems) disappeared. > > 6.2 In the unlock dialog there is no keyboard layout button. This is a > really critical issue: once locked with Russian layout I can't switch to a > Latin one, thus I can't enter the password and unlock > > 6.3 When screen saver is starting only one physical display (out of two) is > cleaned, so everyone can read information on the secondary display (which is > in kinda "read-only" mode, so no use input possible). This is a pretty heavy > issue as well. > > 7. Trinity KDM is not working (probably crashing, but I've not investigated > much), and "trinity" is not appearing in the default KDM window manager > selection list. So I've stopped display manager, created a simple .xinitrc > script ("exec /opt/trinity/bin/startkde 2>trinity.stderr >trinity.stdout") > and now starting trinity with "startx" command. > > 8. The output of .xinitrc contains couple of "symbol lookup error:" lines: > > 8.1 for /opt/trinity/bin/kdeinit: symbol lookup error: > /opt/trinity/lib/libDCOP.so.4: undefined symbol: > _ZN7QObject21objectTreesListObjectEv > > 8.2 konsole: symbol lookup error: /opt/trinity/lib/libkdeui.so.4: undefined > symbol: _ZN7QObject18childrenListObjectEv > (see issue 2 above). > > 8.3 See item 11 below. > > 9. Very annoying issue, but I've seen it in KDE3 already: while moving a > window inside of secondary physical monitor, it's not possible to move it to > the upper area: window manager only allows to keep it *below* the panel (but > the panel is occupying only the primary monitor, thus the piece of the > secondary monitor is not used by application windows. There is a work > around: maximize window in question, then it's taking the whole secondary > monitor. > > 10. Fuzzy clock in the bottom panel doesn't use the font it was using in > KDE. I tried to fix it, something very bad happened, see item 11. > By the way: how can I restore the panels without logging off and on again? > > 11. After right-clicking on the clock in the bottom panel and selecting > "configure clock" BOTH panels (top and bottom) disappeared. The last > suspicious message in trinity.stderr is: > kicker [kdeinit]: symbol lookup error: /opt/trinity/lib/libkdeui.so.4: > undefined symbol: _ZN7QObject18childrenListObjectEv > > Cheers, > > Ilya Dogolazky > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > To unsubscribe, e-mail: trinity-users-unsubscribe@... > For additional commands, e-mail: > trinity-users-help@... > Read list messsages on the Web archive: > http://trinity-users.pearsoncomputing.net/ > Please remember not to top-post: > http://trinity.pearsoncomputing.net/mailing_lists/#top-posting > > There were a lot of messages on the lists about a qt pkg version problem. I could be wrong, but you could check the version of qt you have installed. The problem I remember might have been distro specific. What distro are you using? I'll continue looking through the mailing list archives, maybe I can find more info for you.