Last Weekend was the day of the LinuxDay in Dornbirn, in Vorarlberg. This is one of those events, where a geek like me feels ‘home’ as it is possible to talk with likeminded people like Thomas, someone of the KDE Team or Mark and Miriam of the Amarok-Hackers
Since a system update during the last days, my system does strange things. As taking a closer look, the troublemakers are related to KDE. My first clue was a broken dependency which causes services to crash – so I ran revdep-rebuild.
As I was hit by KDE4 due to the ~arch keyword on my gentoo box in october, I was playing with KDE4 for quite a while. I even had the two versions in parallel. But due to starting up wrong version of binaries due to PATH issues, I am pretty fed up with testing. Unmerging the whole KDE […]
It was quite a surprise as yesterdays update list showed KDE4. They have unmasked and keyworded it for ~x86. Having mixed feelings, I started the emerge procedure which took a while until my system was up to date again.
That I am lazy if it comes to typing much shouldn’t be a secret by now, but mentioning it here might be wrong too – but it was the main cause for doing some research for an alternative login method. Fingerprints may sound fun, but if it comes to security or if you need to pass on the […]
KDE won’t get out of the internal news since the KDE4 series are the topic number one and everybody seems to dig it. Nobody wants to wait to have a look at the new desktop – even in the gentoo forums, there’s much noise in many threads. But here a word of warning: Even the developers do not […]