← Projects/KDE on Solaris/OpenSolaris/Status You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. '''Parent:''' [[Projects/KDE_on_Solaris/OpenSolaris|KDE on OpenSolaris]] When installing one of the latest development builds of KDE4 on OpenSolaris (2009.06), there's a number of changes to do to make the use of the desktop more convenient. Some of the suggested changes are below. This page also lists some yet unresolved and highly visible problems with no workaround. == Font anti-aliasing == Is disabled in a fresh installation. Execute <code>gnome-appearance-properties</code> and select some better option in '''Fonts'''. == nwam-manager is spawned multiple times == Was tracked as [https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=205529 205529]. KDE4 session is started with multiple instances of nwam-manager. As a result, systray has multiple nwam-manager icons. Needs to be looked at, the bug is closed, but the issue is still there. == Akonadi seems misconfigured == After login an akonadi error window is shown. You can get rid of the errors by calling <pre> kwriteconfig --file kres-migratorrc --group Migration --key Enabled --type bool false </pre> although a patch would be better. == Missing Reboot and Shutdown == Tracked as [https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=186198 186198]. A simple workaround is [https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=186198#c3 available]. This is also tracked in OpenSolaris as [http://defect.opensolaris.org/bz/show_bug.cgi?id=1166 1166]. == Broken screen lock == Tracked as [https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=184465 184465]. '''xlock''' can be used as a workaround. It could also be convenient to undefine the Ctrl+Alt+L shortcut and use <code>System Settings -> Input Actions</code> to redefine this shortcut to xlock. == Colission with SUNWvboxguest == When built and/or executed in a [http://www.virtualbox.org/ VirtualBox] instance, there's a collision with the SUNWvboxguest package (VirtualBox guest additions). While building, this results in following sort of build error in FOSSqt: <code> Undefined first referenced symbol in file XDamageDestroy /usr/lib/libGL.so XDamageCreate /usr/lib/libGL.so XDamageQueryExtension /usr/lib/libGL.so XDamageQueryVersion /usr/lib/libGL.so </code> When using succesfully built packages in VirtualBox the KDE session startup fails. This needs to be resolved in the build system. == System Activity dialog is empty == Tracked as [https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=200646 200646]. Pressing the default shortcut Ctrl-Esc or running ''ksysguard'' should display a list of running processes. This dialog is empty. == Dolphin crashes == Dolphin crashes when run both from command line and menu == Several games crash == /opt/kde4/bin/bomber /opt/kde4/bin/bovo /opt/kde4/bin/kblocks /opt/kde4/bin/kbreakout == Some edu apps crash == /opt/kde4/bin/geodatatest /opt/kde4/bin/marble == krunner crashes == /opt/kde4/bin/krunner == akonadi_nepomuk_email_feeder crashes == /opt/kde4/bin/akonadi_nepomuk_email_feeder == Konsole gets disconnected from shell == ''no bugs.kde.org entry yet'' In a konsole tab, you can break the link between the shell / session / tab output and konsole itself, so that nothing gets printed anymore. To reproduce this problem, you need to either hit ^C at an inopportune time (there's plenty of that) or produce an unusual output pattern. Here's a long-winded way of looking at the ^C issue: * start konsole * start a new tab for convenience * check that the shell is working, for instance by running ls * tail -f /var/log/messages * hit ^C; notice that tail is interrupted and the shell returns * ls again, to see the shell still works * at the shell prompt itself, hit ^C; you would expect a new shell prompt to be printed, but it is not * type "date > /tmp/foo ; exit" and it enter (without the quotes) * notice that /tmp/foo now exists with the right time and that the shell / session / tab closes Here is a way of breaking the link without ^C but by producing a not-very-special output pattern. You need to have the C compiler installed: * start konsole * start a new tab for convenience * <code>cd /tmp</code><code>/usr/ucb/echo -n "#include <math.h>" > t.c</code><code>cc t.c</code> * notice how the shell prompt does not come back after the warnings printed by the C compiler * type exit to close the shell / session / tab You cannot keep typing indefinitely in a session that is not reading output; it seems like eventually the output from the shell hangs as well. Also, you can hang konsole completely by doing this. == Annoying mouse bug == Korona 4.3.1 is built on top of OpenSolaris build 122, which suffers from http://defect.opensolaris.org/bz/show_bug.cgi?id=9862. There's a patch in the bug comments. == QtCreator requires LD_LIBRARY_PATH to start correctly == To run QtCreator, you have to <pre> $ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/foss/lib/qtcreator $ /opt/foss/bin/qtcreator.bin </pre> == Okular cannot open pdf files == Okular cannot open pdf files.Also the 'configure backends' menu option is greyed out. Templates used on this page: Template:Box (view source) Template:Warning (view source) Return to Projects/KDE on Solaris/OpenSolaris/Status. Retrieved from "https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_on_Solaris/OpenSolaris/Status"