[Bug 19827] New: kmldonkey downloads disappearing

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           Summary: kmldonkey downloads disappearing
           Product: Ubuntu
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: i386
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: kdenetwork
        AssignedTo: debzilla at ubuntu.com
        ReportedBy: dgvirtual at akl.lt
         QAContact: kubuntu-bugs at lists.ubuntu.com


I have a strange new problem after upgrade from kubuntu 5.4 to kubuntu  
5.10 (kde 3.4.2 > kde 3.4.3): the files that I downloaded via Kmldonkey  
(edonkey2000 network) do not go into ~/.kmldonkey/incoming - they  
simply disappear. They no longer appear in the downloads list of  
kmldonkey, but they are not in either temp (jugding by the number of  
files that should be there - since filenames are not recognizable) or  
incoming folders either. they do, however, appear on the list of  
uploads of Kmldonkey. I tried to do searches by exact name with kfind,  
to no avail.  
 
I have a  
~/.kmldonkey/  
special dir for all kmldonkey files with subdirs  
~/.kmldonkey/incoming  
~/.kmldonkey/searches  
~/.kmldonkey/temp  
  
The incoming files used to go to incoming, but they no longer do. The files  
in incoming also do not appear in the downloads view... After a new fresh clean install the  
incoming dir is not even created, and the downloaded files still disappear.   
  
The files  that I have downloaded fully and that have disappeared (I did  
search, and it turned in nothing) DO APPEAR in the Uploads view of  
KMldonkey. But, as I said, I CANNOT FIND THEM IN ANY WAY AT MY DISPOSAL.

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