K-Blueproximity

Security by trisz 27 comments

Unfortunately, for SuSE 10.2 there is not up-to-date pybluez. I think, you compiled from the enclosed src.rpm. You may try to compile from the src.rpm of SuSE 10.3.

The following error is a bug on SuSE:
"TypeError: 'dictproxy' object does not support item assignment"
Item assignment is a basic feature of python dictionaries. SuSE may use tuple, but it is a bug. The __dict__ is a dictionary not a tuple.
I try to find out another solution. The problem is only the translation stuff...
You need not it as:
langs: ['en_US', 'en'].


- Oct 30 2007
K-Blueproximity

Security by trisz 27 comments

Bluetooth is not a distance measuring device. The displayed value depends on your devices.
You mean: the KDE frontend does not work.
Try to start from command line:
python /usr/share/blueproximity/kproximity.py

Send me the output.
- Oct 30 2007
K-Blueproximity

Security by trisz 27 comments

Convert it to tar.gz with alien.
It does not contain any architecture/distribution specific part. You need not compile anything.
You may link the .desktop file if the K-menu fails to display Blueproximity. - Oct 30 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by mart 499 comments

I have discovered the reason regarding the kicker problem.
Tasty Menu eats all of my phisical memory, 1 GB, plus 1.4 GB swap.
Debian ETCH, but it must be reproducable on other systems. - Oct 27 2007
Debian Globe

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by trisz 7 comments

I think, it is not a task.
I used svg pictures intended for Ubuntu.
You can modify these pictures with inkscape. It is very easy.
- Oct 24 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by mart 499 comments

The search function shows hangups without displaying anything and crashes (kicker disappears) if too many menu items are present. I think, you should find a solution before the first rather unstable kde 4 appears. It will take a year to be able to use the first stable kde 4 version, and most of the users will not upgrade...
Kde 4 will support also qt3.
- Oct 15 2007
Debian Package Tools FE

Developers Apps by trisz 11 comments

There were several modifications applied on the debian package tools since I upgraded this entry.
I have modified the package, but I have to test it before uploading it.
- Oct 11 2007
Qosmic

Graphic Apps by simpl 27 comments

Compilation error:

‘class QGridLayout’ has no member named ‘setLeftMargin’
‘class QGridLayout’ has no member named ‘setTopMargin’
‘class QGridLayout’ has no member named ‘setRightMargin’
‘class QGridLayout’ has no member named ‘setBottomMargin’

Really has not such kind of members even in qt4.3:

http://doc.trolltech.com/4.3/qgridlayout.html

What is the solution?
What is your qt version and your os?


- Oct 05 2007
K-Blueproximity

Security by trisz 27 comments

I only know this application:

"Bluelock is a small bash-scipt. Bluelock is written to check if a bluetooth device of you is available, if it's not it will lock your computer. So the idea is that if you walk away from your computer and you forget often to lock it, this script will do. But on the other hand if you stay near your computer, it won't lock, because you are close to him :)

To start it, you need to run the command:

bluelockd"

It cannot be configured at all.

Has the new KBluetoothD got also this feature?
I don't know it.

Could you send me a screenshot?



- Sep 28 2007
K-Blueproximity

Security by trisz 27 comments

You need a linux compatible bluetooth device and a compatible mobile phone with bluetooth feature.
- Sep 28 2007
K-Blueproximity

Security by trisz 27 comments

1. The GTK frontend cannot be integrated into KDE. The systemtray policy is different.
2. The KScreenSaver works completely differently then the gnome-screensaver.
3. The GTK version is compatible only with unstable GTK versions. It does not work on debian ETCH.
4. The documentation with the instructions will be different. How can you use a gnome systemtray applet on KDE to setup your devices?
5. I am not an expert in GTK programming, but I understand KDE. I think, Lars Friedrichs is not an expert in QT/KDE programming, but he is an expert in Gnome
6. The fromtend is only a small part of the application. The API is the same for the two versions.
- Sep 28 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

I was talking about libpam-encfs. It uses the KDE login password.
I studied the kwalletmanager on two systems. It works on neither of them. On SuSE 10.2, it does not accept the correct password.
On debian ETCH, I cannot access any folder. Panes are missing...
I cannot apply such a buggy application.
Please explain me, how can you use this application on your system?

EncFS cannot restore anything concerning a KDE session. There are not any feature to do this.

We need an application with the ability of delaying the system tray activation untill you enter your password.
I think, it could not be a KDE application, because it relies on KDE. A KDE application cannot work before KDE starts.
Patching kdm could be a good solution. (Please send the KDE team a feature request!)

I cannot understand your problem with the directories. EncFS uses two directories. One for the encrypted data. You need not acces it directly. The other is a virtual folder, it must be empty before mounting the fs. You cannot pass any data directly into this folder. It is a file system, not separate resistant encrypted files. If you do not like the name of the folder, you can edit the file /media/hdc2/usr/local/lib/kencfs2/kencfs.py.
Change the value of the variables self.user_dot_encrypted and self.user_encrypted! Then, edit the start script /usr/bin/kencfs2!
- Sep 10 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

You are about to decrease the safety of your protected data. There are options to do this, but it is not included K-EncFS.
EncFS can use your login password for KDE to mount the encrypted file system, but in this case your data is protected by the same way as your computer generally.
Boot from a live CD, change the file /etc/... (stores your password hash), and your encrypted file system is... does not really protect your data.

There is not any other way to restore your kate sessions automatically.

The question: safety or confort?
- Sep 10 2007
Debian Globe

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by trisz 7 comments

My main problem is the missing real "infrastructure" for this Debian style solution. KDE has a GUI integrated in the KDE Control Center.
Debian has not GUI, only a poor documentation. KDE is a Graphical environment...

There are several problems with the Debian policy concerning KDE.
For example, the wireless connections module is freezing because KDE expect other behavior. If Debian replace anythink, it must be replaced to an existing think. At least, the module has to be removed from the KDE Control Center. My first Debian installation (Etch, "stable") suffered from data lost, because I tried to use this module...

KDE has a working KDM manager. Why Debian replace it to a solution not so sophisticated?
- Aug 14 2007
Debian Globe

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by trisz 7 comments

"What will happen if there are two override file (the original and mine) present with opposite instructions?"

I think, 20 > 10, therefore, my KDM theme will be neglected.

So, I could choose the number 01 instead... The KDE's infrastucture is better for KDM themes, and the users are adult, so I choosed it.

- Aug 13 2007
Debian Globe

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by trisz 7 comments

What will happen if there are two override file (the original and mine) present with opposite instructions?

KDE Control Center cannot work if override file present. I don't know the reason of the Debian's agressive solution. I have to read the DOC if I want to change another KDM theme.

If I want the Debian's KDM, I could choose it.
- Aug 13 2007
KWireless Tools Pro

System Software by trisz 14 comments

You have to install the python-qwt4 library.
If it is installed, please open a terminal and type:

python /usr/share/PyWireless/monitorWindow.py + the name of your active interface as an argument (ra0, ath0, wlan0...)

or without the controls:

python /usr/share/PyWireless/monitor.py

What kind of error message appears?
- Aug 09 2007
openSUSE

Various KDE Stuff by binner 59 comments

What about the essential packages missing from the release 10.2 such as the qwt library? They were present in the 9.x.
The SuSE distribution is continuously shrinking. Without these libraries, I cannot develop applications for this distribution.
- Aug 03 2007
KWireless Tools Pro

System Software by trisz 14 comments

Is it the only problem?

There are a gtk-qt setup in the KDE Control Center. Install the gtk-qt package. Try to alter the settings.
Other style, font size ...
These features cannot be adjusted by programming. They are depends on system settings.
- Aug 03 2007
KWireless Tools Pro

System Software by trisz 14 comments

I would give a solution for WPA, but to tell the thruth, I cannot test it. It would be a touch-typing not python programming. If you could test it...

- Aug 02 2007
KWireless Tools Pro

System Software by trisz 14 comments

This is a python/perl application.
The package contains only "source".
See:
/usr/share/PyWireless

Convert it with alien, or extract it vith Ark!
- Aug 01 2007
KWireless Tools Pro

System Software by trisz 14 comments

A missing dependence: package ifupdown.
Please, install it! - Aug 01 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

I do not an expert in Gnome/GTK programming, but I have found a software for encfs with Gnome integration:

http://www.getdeb.net/app.php?name=Cryptkeeper - Jul 30 2007
Kalends

Utilities by odysseus-nz 3 comments

If libcal is installed, the following message appears:

/bin/sh ../libtool --silent --tag=CXX --mode=link /usr/bin/g++-3.4 -Wnon-virtual-dtor -Wno-long-long -Wundef -Wall -pedantic -W -Wpointer-arith -Wwrite-strings -ansi -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=500 -D_BSD_SOURCE -Wcast-align -Wconversion -Wchar-subscripts -O2 -Wformat-security -Wmissing-format-attribute -fno-exceptions -fno-check-new -fno-common -o kalends -R /usr/lib -R /usr/lib -L/usr/lib main.o kalends.o kalendsview.o pref.o kalendsviewmain.o regnalmonarch.o regnalreign.o regnalhouse.o regnalcalculator.o datecalculator.o datecalcdiff.o datecalccalendar.o dateflexi.o -lkal -lkio -lkdeprint
kalends.o: In function `Kalends::~Kalends()':
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x32): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x39): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.o: In function `Kalends::~Kalends()':
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x62): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x6a): undefined reference to `VTT for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x7c): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x83): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x8a): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.o: In function `Kalends::~Kalends()':
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xb2): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xba): undefined reference to `VTT for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xcc): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xd3): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xda): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.o: In function `Kalends::Kalends()':
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x2e7): undefined reference to `VTT for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x2fb): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x30c): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x313): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x31a): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.o: In function `Kalends::Kalends()':
kalends.cpp:(.text+0x4aa): undefined reference to `vtable for Kalends'
kalends.o:kalends.cpp:(.text+0x4b1): more undefined references to `vtable for Kalends' follow
kalends.o: In function `Kalends::optionsPreferences()':
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xa44): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPreferences'
kalends.cpp:(.text+0xa4f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPreferences'
kalendsview.o: In function `KalendsView::KalendsView(QWidget*)':
kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0x28): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsView'
kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0x2f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsView'
kalendsview.o: In function `KalendsView::KalendsView(QWidget*)':
kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0xc8): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsView'
kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0xcf): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsView'
kalendsview.o: In function `KalendsView::~KalendsView()':
kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0x14b): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsView'
kalendsview.o:kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0x152): more undefined references to `vtable for KalendsView' follow
kalendsview.o: In function `KalendsView::slotSetTitle(QString const&)':
kalendsview.cpp:(.text+0x1c5): undefined reference to `KalendsView::signalChangeCaption(QString const&)'
pref.o: In function `KalendsPrefPageTwo::KalendsPrefPageTwo(QWidget*)':
pref.cpp:(.text+0x28): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageTwo'
pref.cpp:(.text+0x2f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageTwo'
pref.o: In function `KalendsPrefPageOne::KalendsPrefPageOne(QWidget*)':
pref.cpp:(.text+0x108): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageOne'
pref.cpp:(.text+0x10f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageOne'
pref.o: In function `KalendsPreferences::KalendsPreferences()':
pref.cpp:(.text+0x2a6): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPreferences'
pref.cpp:(.text+0x2ad): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPreferences'
pref.o: In function `KalendsPreferences::KalendsPreferences()':
pref.cpp:(.text+0x546): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPreferences'
pref.cpp:(.text+0x54d): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPreferences'
pref.o: In function `KalendsPrefPageOne::KalendsPrefPageOne(QWidget*)':
pref.cpp:(.text+0x728): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageOne'
pref.cpp:(.text+0x72f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageOne'
pref.o: In function `KalendsPrefPageTwo::KalendsPrefPageTwo(QWidget*)':
pref.cpp:(.text+0x808): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageTwo'
pref.cpp:(.text+0x80f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsPrefPageTwo'
kalendsviewmain.o: In function `KalendsViewMain::KalendsViewMain(QWidget*, char const*)':
kalendsviewmain.cpp:(.text+0x2f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsViewMain'
kalendsviewmain.cpp:(.text+0x36): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsViewMain'
kalendsviewmain.o: In function `KalendsViewMain::KalendsViewMain(QWidget*, char const*)':
kalendsviewmain.cpp:(.text+0x27f): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsViewMain'
kalendsviewmain.cpp:(.text+0x286): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsViewMain'
kalendsviewmain.o: In function `KalendsViewMain::~KalendsViewMain()':
kalendsviewmain.cpp:(.text+0x4ab): undefined reference to `vtable for KalendsViewMain'
kalendsviewmain.o:kalendsviewmain.cpp:(.text+0x4b2): more undefined references to `vtable for KalendsViewMain' follow
regnalcalculator.o: In function `RegnalCalculator::RegnalCalculator(QWidget*, char const*)':
regnalcalculator.cpp:(.text+0x22): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::RegnalCalculatorWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
regnalcalculator.o: In function `RegnalCalculator::RegnalCalculator(QWidget*, char const*)':
regnalcalculator.cpp:(.text+0x62): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::RegnalCalculatorWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
regnalcalculator.o: In function `RegnalCalculator::~RegnalCalculator()':
regnalcalculator.cpp:(.text+0x9a): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::~RegnalCalculatorWidget()'
regnalcalculator.o: In function `RegnalCalculator::~RegnalCalculator()':
regnalcalculator.cpp:(.text+0xba): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::~RegnalCalculatorWidget()'
regnalcalculator.o: In function `RegnalCalculator::~RegnalCalculator()':
regnalcalculator.cpp:(.text+0xdb): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::~RegnalCalculatorWidget()'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0xc): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::className() const'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0x10): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::qt_cast(char const*)'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0x14): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::qt_invoke(int, QUObject*)'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0x18): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::qt_emit(int, QUObject*)'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0x1c): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::qt_property(int, int, QVariant*)'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0x1c0): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::monarchChanged()'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTV16RegnalCalculator+0x1c4): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::languageChange()'
regnalcalculator.o:(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTI16RegnalCalculator+0x8): undefined reference to `typeinfo for RegnalCalculatorWidget'
regnalcalculator.o: In function `RegnalCalculatorWidget::metaObject() const':
regnalcalculator.cpp:(.gnu.linkonce.t._ZNK22RegnalCalculatorWidget10metaObjectEv+0x5): undefined reference to `RegnalCalculatorWidget::staticMetaObject()'
datecalculator.o: In function `DateCalculator::DateCalculator(QWidget*, char const*)':
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x22): undefined reference to `DateCalculatorWidget::DateCalculatorWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x28): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x2f): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.o: In function `DateCalculator::DateCalculator(QWidget*, char const*)':
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x62): undefined reference to `DateCalculatorWidget::DateCalculatorWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x68): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x6f): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.o: In function `DateCalculator::~DateCalculator()':
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x8b): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x92): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0x9a): undefined reference to `DateCalculatorWidget::~DateCalculatorWidget()'
datecalculator.o: In function `DateCalculator::~DateCalculator()':
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0xab): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0xb2): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0xba): undefined reference to `DateCalculatorWidget::~DateCalculatorWidget()'
datecalculator.o: In function `DateCalculator::~DateCalculator()':
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0xcc): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0xd3): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalculator'
datecalculator.cpp:(.text+0xdb): undefined reference to `DateCalculatorWidget::~DateCalculatorWidget()'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::DateCalcDiff(QWidget*, char const*)':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x22): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiffWidget::DateCalcDiffWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x28): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x2f): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::DateCalcDiff(QWidget*, char const*)':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x62): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiffWidget::DateCalcDiffWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x68): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x6f): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::~DateCalcDiff()':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x8b): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x92): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x9a): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiffWidget::~DateCalcDiffWidget()'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::~DateCalcDiff()':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0xab): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0xb2): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0xba): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiffWidget::~DateCalcDiffWidget()'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::~DateCalcDiff()':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0xcc): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0xd3): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcDiff'
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0xdb): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiffWidget::~DateCalcDiffWidget()'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::slotChangedTotal()':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x323): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiff::signalChangedTotal(long)'
datecalcdiff.o: In function `DateCalcDiff::slotChangedYMD()':
datecalcdiff.cpp:(.text+0x3c0): undefined reference to `DateCalcDiff::signalChangedYMD(int, int, int)'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::~DateCalcCalendar()':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0xb): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x12): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x1a): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendarWidget::~DateCalcCalendarWidget()'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::~DateCalcCalendar()':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x2b): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x32): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x3a): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendarWidget::~DateCalcCalendarWidget()'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::~DateCalcCalendar()':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x4c): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x53): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x5b): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendarWidget::~DateCalcCalendarWidget()'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::slotChangedCalendar()':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x466): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendar::signalChangedCalendar()'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::slotChangedDate()':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x5eb): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendar::signalChangedDate()'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::slotChangedDay()':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x6db): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendar::signalChangedDate()'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::DateCalcCalendar(QWidget*, char const*)':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x716): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendarWidget::DateCalcCalendarWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x71c): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x723): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.o: In function `DateCalcCalendar::DateCalcCalendar(QWidget*, char const*)':
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x816): undefined reference to `DateCalcCalendarWidget::DateCalcCalendarWidget(QWidget*, char const*, unsigned int)'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x81c): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
datecalccalendar.cpp:(.text+0x823): undefined reference to `vtable for DateCalcCalendar'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `vtable for KalDateInternalYearSelector'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDatePicker::dateSelected(JDate)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDateInternalYearSelector::closeMe(int)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `vtable for KalDateWidget'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDatePicker::dateEntered(JDate)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDateTable::dateChanged(JDate)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `vtable for KalDateTable'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDateTable::aboutToShowContextMenu(KPopupMenu*, JDate const&)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDateWidget::changed(JDate)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDatePicker::tableClicked()'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDateTable::tableClicked()'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `vtable for KalDatePicker'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDateTable::dateChanged(JDate const&, JDate const&)'
/usr/local/lib/libkal.so: undefined reference to `KalDatePicker::dateChanged(JDate)'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [kalends] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/Desktop/munka/a3/kalends-2007.07.05/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/Desktop/munka/a3/kalends-2007.07.05'
make: *** [all] Error 2
- Jul 11 2007
Kalends

Utilities by odysseus-nz 3 comments

Your application absolutely is not ready to compile.
There are references to non existing moc files, missing headers (ui files not converted) . I fixed these problems, but I cannot compile.

dateflexi.h:23:25: kaldatetime.h: no such file or directory
dateflexi.h:24:38: kalcalendarsystemfactory.h: no such file or directory
In file included from regnalmonarch.h:24,

There are more missing files.

Which compiler is installed on your system? - Jul 11 2007
Edyuk

Developers Apps by fullmetalcoder 27 comments

What kind of programming languages are supported?

This is the most important feature of an IDE. I can not find any imformation... - Jun 01 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

I see another problem.
Your distributions is completely different than the others. I have to make another package, but you should test it. What package of K-Enzip is istalled on your system now: Deb, rpm or tgz version?

I will modify the code in a few days.
- Mar 10 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

I think, fuse will be a base service of the kernel, so will not be compiled as a module. Now, it is a kernel module on most of the distribution. So, I have to make an additional package. Is your distro rpm based?

You can use untill I upload the new version in this way:
Drag the K-EncFS from the K-menu and choose "copy"! Edit the command field, alter it from kencfs to:
python /usr/local/lib/kencfs/kencfs.py
Although, you cannot use the "Start" with KDE" function.
NOTE: first time, after installation K-Encfs must be started from the K-menu to do the basic tasks for every user!
Then, do the modifications above!

Please, spread it around to all your friends after you tested it (e.g. the python library is broken for suse) and I upload the new version!
- Mar 10 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

You need not to compile it. It is an architecture independent python qt3/KDE application. The "source" is in the /usr/local/lib/kencfs directory and it "compiles" by the runtime of pyQt/KDE. Please, see the dependences before installing it! If the pyQt/KDE library is not broken for your distro, it will work also on 64! - Mar 10 2007
K-EncFS

Security by trisz 41 comments

It was me, trisz, not anonymous! - Mar 09 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by mart 499 comments

It works without any crash on Debian now.
Some not too important problems:

Right clicking on the left column, and not choosing the appearing item and left click -> it will open.

The preferences
'Show tree expanders' and 'Always collapsed categories' are not independent of each other. Please disable the item not available. (An enable/disable connection needs.)

- Feb 27 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by mart 499 comments

Kbfx is a usefulless thing.
I need a magnifier to see...
The K menu is outdated.
- Feb 21 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by mart 499 comments

tastylistview.h:147: warning: unused parameter 'column'
tastylistview.h: In member function 'bool TastyListViewItem::xOnDecoration(int)':
tastylistview.h:169: error: invalid use of undefined type 'struct QHeader'
/usr/share/qt3/include/qlistview.h:50: error: forward declaration of 'struct QHeader'
tastylistview.h:169: error: invalid use of undefined type 'struct QHeader'
/usr/share/qt3/include/qlistview.h:50: error: forward declaration of 'struct QHeader'
tastylistview.h:171: error: invalid use of undefined type 'struct QHeader'
/usr/share/qt3/include/qlistview.h:50: error: forward declaration of 'struct QHeader'
tastylistview.h:171: error: invalid use of undefined type 'struct QHeader'
/usr/share/qt3/include/qlistview.h:50: error: forward declaration of 'struct QHeader'
tastylistview.cpp: At global scope:
tastylistview.cpp:428: warning: unused parameter 'align'
make[2]: *** [tastylistview.lo] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/media/hda3/debian/INSTALL/tastymenu/new/tastymenu-0.6.5/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/media/hda3/debian/INSTALL/tastymenu/new/tastymenu-0.6.5'
make: *** [all] Error 2

- Feb 21 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

It was my answer (trisz), not anonim....
The site semms to be confused...

- Feb 19 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

It was my answer (trisz), not anonym....
The site semms to be confused...

- Feb 19 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

If the script wine.sh is in the directory

/opt/crossover/bin/

This commad must work:
/opt/crossover/bin/wine.sh “C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7zFM.exe”

(The 7zip window appears, but it can not be used!)

Does this command work on your computer?
Where is the script wine.sh ?
(You must test it, I have not Crossower on my system.)
- Feb 16 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

Can you start 7zip for windows with this command

/opt/crossover/bin/wine.sh “C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7zFM.exe”

(or for older 7zip:
/opt/crossover/bin/wine.sh “C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7zFMn.exe”)?

- Feb 16 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

(Missing "Reply to this" labels, I am sorry.)

The following info need to modify the code of KenZip:

1. The Crossover installation directory for windows apps (the offered directory during 7zip installation).

2. The name of the binary application launches windows apps. I suppose, it is not named as "wine".

- Feb 16 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

It was a known bug of python-qt3. It has been fixed, but the buggy version was included in your distro.

You can delete line 31 in the file "/usr/lib/kenzip/help.py".

I will present another solution for display help file next version.
- Feb 15 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

It was a known bug of python-qt3. It has been fixed, but the buggy version was included in your distro.

You can delete line 31 in the file "/usr/lib/kenzip/help.py".

I will present another solution for display help file next version.
- Feb 15 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

It was my answer (trisz), not anonim....
The site semms to be confused...

- Feb 13 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

Unfortunately linux can not generate windows binary, like the backend p7zip for linux.

Windows binary with GUI feature can be generated only on windows. Without GUI feature maybe with freedos or with dos emulator for linux. In this case you can try to use the dos binaries of 7z for windows.

Qt4 supports windows, so I recommend you the python qt4 based K7Z for this task (I think, it is not easy to install all the dependencies for windows.) or 7z for windows to obtain GUI feature.

By the way, I tested the sfx function on linux systems. Not all of the p7zip versions support it.


- Feb 01 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

Hidden password letters: in the final 1.0 version.

Self extracting archives for linux p7zip has limited value. You have to extract it in command line, or with the same frontend like KenZip. The archive file size for a 30k file is about 500k.
Has any value of the compression or the self extract feature?
- Jan 31 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

Ark has been written in C++.
KenZip has benn written in python-qt.
Other language, other person.
Python qt: less programming time, multiplatform application.
- Jan 29 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

This is a python qt application.

So,

the source is the python-qt runtime's source from your distro.

the application is a (or more) script(s). The package contains the original 'human readable' scripts, not the bytecode converted by the interpreter.

If you need the qt-designer files too, I could send you.
- Jan 29 2007
KenZip

System Software by trisz 26 comments

This is a python qt application.

So,

the source is the python-qt runtime's source from your distro.

the application is a (or more) script(s). The package contains the original 'human readable' scripts, not the bytecode converted by the interpreter.

If you need the qt-designer files too, I could send you.
- Jan 29 2007
Debian Package Tools FE

Developers Apps by trisz 11 comments

This application is a python-qt3 based frontend. You need the following package:

http://packages.ubuntu.com/edgy/python/python-qt3

How could you install the package without the dependency? Did you used the force option for dependency? If you did not used this option, check the presence of the package python-qt3_3.16-1.2ubuntu1_i386.deb! If it is present, the package is broken. Maybe the postinstall script fails...




- Jan 29 2007
Debian Package Tools FE

Developers Apps by trisz 11 comments

Future plans:
Create local repository from packages.

I can only answer the questions next year, january of 2007.

- Dec 15 2006
Debian Package Tools FE

Developers Apps by trisz 11 comments

This application is based on python-qt3.
The source is the python-qt3 source.
If you have py-qt3, you need not the source. Install your distro's package. This is the runtime for the application, like in the case of Java.

My application is a multiplatform script. You can not compile it to binary, but python will it automatically convert it to bytecode format. You need not anything to do.
- Dec 14 2006
Package Wizard

Developers Apps by trisz 24 comments

I hope, it will also work on the final release of SUSE 10.2.

Try another kommander application, eg.

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=43183

If "unknown function..." is displayed, it is worth to send a bud report to Opensuse.
About 20 % of the functions are unknown by SuSE > 9.3.
- Oct 04 2006