< 1 week to go
n.schnelle at gmail.com
Fri Apr 11 18:37:20 UTC 2014
After latest updates I found two bugs:
1) Grub shows "Ubuntu" and not "Kubuntu" anymore.
2) Weird/different icon for software updates in system tray. It doesn't go
away even if there are no updates available:
You can close it on right mouse click>close but that action disables "Show
notifications for available updates" in Muon update manager.
This is probably bug in latest muon update.
On Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 8:17 PM, Nils Kassube <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
> Harald Sitter wrote:
> > As I said in the bug report, that is quite simply an invalid config.
> I don't dispute that. It is just a config left over when I had lightdm
> installed with the Lubuntu packages which I later removed (and purged).
> > If you were to remove lightdm-kde-greeter you'd end up with an equally
> > broken config if the greeter-session was set to lightdm-kde-greeter.
> That's true, but originally I didn't create the problem intentionally
> but I installed and later removed lightdm which is a valid procedure
> IMHO. OTOH lightdm-kde-greeter was even installed by the upgrader, so in
> reality lightdm-kde-greeter would not be missing after the upgrade.
> > Removing the config doesn't really solve that, at best that's a
> > debian packaging standard violating workaround.
> > What would need to happen is that lightdm needs to grow fallback logic
> > for when the configured greeter cannot be loaded so that it would
> > then continue trying to load an arbitrary greeter that works and
> > continues using that as default.
> > At any rate though this is something that has to be addressed by
> > lightdm at large, it is neither Kubuntu specific, nor does it have any
> > more impact on Kubuntu than on other flavors.
> Well, I mostly agree. However it may be a problem for other Kubuntu
> users who also had lightdm additionally installed for some reason and
> later removed it. Sure it is a lightdm fault but I think it is a Kubuntu
> specific problem because the other Ubuntu flavours already have lightdm
> installed (AFAIK). And the Kubuntu upgrade from 12.04 to 14.04 replaces
> kdm with lightdm (I don't know which DM Kubuntu 13.10 uses). So this is
> probably the last upgrade cycle anyway, where it can happen and
> therefore I have no idea how important it really is. It is certainly not
> a problem for the majority of Kubuntu users who have only Kubuntu
> packages installed. So if you decide it isn't worth the time to do
> anything about it, it is fine by me.
> kubuntu-devel mailing list
> kubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com
> Modify settings or unsubscribe at:
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the kubuntu-devel