have you tried Kubuntu? It comes along with current KDE and also it uses
Debian update mechanism. I was told that this works better.
I have to admit, that even though I am using and administrating my suse box
since 1998, having administrated Solaris for 5 years and having been a suse
beta tester for some versions, I also was alienated by recent changes in
Suse's update mechanims. So far I didn't have the time (and motivation) to
learn their new stuff and your report doesn't motivate either (I also have
Maybe it is time to switch to Kubuntu. A lot of my friends are very happy with
it. And due to better colaboration with the core Ubuntu team Kubuntu is
Am Donnerstag, 14. September 2006 13:52 schrieb Genny:
> Thank you for your reply.
> I am sad to say good bye to KDE, but Suse has too many issues updateing it.
> Until I can get a different distro I have to move to something that works.
> I hope when I return on a few months that kode-women.org will of been
> updated ;) There are alot of great applications out there that need adding
> to the website. I absolutly love KDE 3.5.4. Great work!
> Best wishes,
> On Thursday 14 September 2006 04:58, Torsten Rahn wrote:
> > Hi Genny,
> > On 14.09.2006 03:56, Genny wrote:
> > > My question here is, did it really work? Is it safe to reboot my
> > > computer/proceed with installing the rest of the packages? What was
> > > the permissions and ownerships error?
> > I have no experience with Smart but it looks ok to me. I would interprete
> > the wrong permissions to have been fixed.
> > > When I tried to reinstall Opera (web browser) I got this error:
> > > File '/opt/kde3/share/applications/kde/knights.desktop' contains
> > > invalid MIME type 'application/x-chess-pgn,Application' that contains
> > > invalid character
> > Did you try to delete the respective line in that file using Kate?
> > ( I guess the trailing ",Application" just doesn't belong there )
> > > Is this normal?
> > No.
> > > Should I simply delete that file? since i never ever used that program
> > > I have uninstalled it.
> > If you delete the file, the application won't appear in the K-Menu.
> > > #9 0x41db6453 in scim::TransactionReader::get_data_type ()
> > SCIM is the component which deals with input methods (i.e. stuff like
> > asian/non-latin letters). No idea why this is causing trouble here. So
> > yes, it might be related to the qt-packages or some incompatible
> > libraries which deal with scim input, however I'm not familiar with that
> > stuff.
> > Torsten
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