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David Baron Jerusalem, Israel
Plasma 4 Extensions
Various Games

Graphic Apps 34 comments

by irbis
Score 58.0%
Apr 16 2008
My curvature of the spine still breaks this program. Note that the Debian DICOM packages and libraries were fixed to accept these files:

medcon (CLI) xmedcon (X-windows) and the libraries libmdc2, -dev. The jpeg compression may have been the problem.

The aeskulap viewer works fine with them. This is an alternative free viewer with a decent GUI.

If you want the files (one is enough), notify me and I will email. - Jul 12 2007

Education Apps 148 comments

Score 68.0%
Apr 29 2020
Latest and greatest QT4 from Debian Sid--compiled fine. - Jul 02 2007
[32/53] * cpp : src/Rslt.cpp -> build/default/src/Rslt.o
../src/Rslt.cpp: In constructor 'rslt::rslt(felu*, int)':
../src/Rslt.cpp:47: error: 'class QTextDocument' has no member named 'setDefaultTextOption'
Compilation failed

Looked at the includes. It doesn't. - Jun 26 2007
The symlink in /usr/lib/ to the appropriate /lib/libdl... is now there and it builds with downgraded clib6

Result segfaults. The libc6 situation on Debian Sid is untenable at present so I will not build anything right now. EVERYTHING built will segfault. - Apr 24 2007
Debian Sid - Apr 23 2007
ld cannot find -ldl - Apr 23 2007
Kpapers: idea looks for developers!

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 25 comments

Score 70.0%
Jun 06 2007
Take a look at the very lovely user-mode iso file handler acetoneISO here. When one starts this thing up from a terminal, there is a lot of activity going on. What's happenin' ?? One's home is being searched for iso images for this program to access. This without one noticing it without the terminal output.

Kpapers/Qpapers would search (and index!!) the pdfs in the same way, nicely threaded, and build and maintain the "library" without much ado.

JxJigsaws looks for pictures this way, as well. - Jun 10 2007
No, I would not use thumbnails here. My librarian is a graphics librarian where thumbnails are the way to go.

The functionality of a flat(ter) library structure than having to manually go through oodles of subfolders is what I illustrate here.

An expandable listreeview (ubiquitous) would be in order with some sort of preview pane. - Jun 07 2007
Check out the Java frontend for xjigs jigsaw puzzles under other games here. (This is Java, no QT or KDE so probably did not belong here but that's where I put it a while back.)

Included is an image librarian. This will scan folders and produce a flattened menu of images (can even preview PDFs but not its strong point). Could easily be changed to PDF, RTF, etc., with more workable viewers than ImageMagick. - May 29 2007
Looks like a tremendous package. Document management is one of the biggest areas today.

To start, specify and outline functionality desired. Maybe C++ and its ilk are not appropriate here.

Maybe there needs be a section on kde-apps for proposals, ideas and such without cluttering program listings. The foul language serves no one. - May 27 2007
Extract archive

Dolphin Service Menus 12 comments

Score 50.0%
May 15 2007
I do not have a handy screengrabber. However, the error messages was that it could not find ~/.kde/share ....

I did not place either file there. Both are on my /opt/kdedir/share .... - May 20 2007
I copied the two files to the main $KDEDIR/share/apps .....
I have no such items in my

However, the thing is looking to the .kde subdirectory for the script.

So I guess this is a bug :-) - May 17 2007
This one in your screenshot has the two alternatives. The second one "extract" has three. I thought this was in fact yours (because of the patch for the filename.tar.... - May 16 2007
But they call theirs "extract archive"

I installed the latest. Did not seem to change anything. - May 15 2007
One with submenus:
extract to ...
extract here
no icon

One with submenus
extract to ...
extract to <filenamed directory>
extract here
with icon.

Only one copy of the shell and desktop file in the $KDEDIR/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus

No extra copy in the ~/.kde ... - May 14 2007

Office Apps 61 comments

Score 72.2%
Jun 27 2014 package has broken dependencies, requires newer stdlibc, etc., than what is available on Sid!

I installed the 1.3.4 (scribus-ng) which does not have this problem. - May 09 2007
art_free - May 09 2007
KDE Four Live

Various KDE Stuff 51 comments

Score 63.3%
Feb 13 2011
Booted this in a virtualbox VM.

1. Needs more memory to work than anything else I tried.
2. Very elegant boot sequence
3. But sloooowww (at least in the VM)
4. Will be awesome when it really works.
5. OpenSUSE is different than the Debian I am used to but may be worth another look! - Apr 29 2007

Video Apps 494 comments

by rvm
Score 80.7%
Apr 16 2014
Compiled on Debian Sid using make QMAKE-qmake-qt4 option. The thing segfaults. Any ideas? - Apr 23 2007

Developers Apps 10 comments

by subik
Score 63.3%
Jun 19 2010
That is the entire error message.

Running Debian Sid, qt4 is up-to-date from Sid. Qt3.3 (if used) was built locally from konstruct. - Apr 23 2007
ld cannot find -ldl - Apr 23 2007

Audio Apps 85 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 19 2007
Previous version runs very nicely, does what is needed. Nice.

The latest-and-greatest, I cannot compile. The good old AM_, AC_ thingies undefined catch22. Make -f makefile.cvs will not run because it demands automake 1.61 or newer and I have 1.66 and 1.7 around. Time to make these scripts a bit more tolerant, I think. A recurring problem in compiles here. - Apr 22 2007
See if it does what kmix does.

Seems to work OK. However, the vumeters do not work.

(The main reason for running kmix is to restore the alsa volumes on startup. It also has a windows-style single volume control which is convenient sometimes. - Mar 26 2007
KDE already has a mixer applet, integrates to kicker-bar, etc., has everything except the vu-meter. So this is a good question about what is really a nice app.

Maybe something with jack? - Mar 24 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 499 comments

by mart
Score 58.0%
Dec 13 2007
Crash occurs trying to "configure". This time, it came back up on kicker. Trace follows.

Another suggestion. Allow more than one pane on left column, i.e. recent apps and recent docs.

Using host libthread_db library "/lib/".
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
[New Thread 16384 (LWP 20558)]
[KCrash handler]
#6 0xb69d1b01 in kill () from /lib/
#7 0xb6cf2f65 in pthread_kill () from /lib/
#8 0xb6cf2fab in raise () from /lib/
#9 0xb69d1894 in raise () from /lib/
#10 0xb69d2ccc in abort () from /lib/
#11 0xb69cacbf in __assert_fail () from /lib/
#12 0xb77dc329 in KConfigDialogManager::parseChildren ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#13 0xb77db940 in KConfigDialogManager::parseChildren ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#14 0xb77dc6cd in KConfigDialogManager::addWidget ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#15 0xb7af12c3 in KConfigDialog::addPage () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#16 0xb5fbbfa4 in TastyMenu::preferences ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#17 0xb5fbd9fe in TastyMenu::mousePressEvent ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#18 0xb716da87 in QWidget::event () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#19 0xb70d9c45 in QApplication::internalNotify ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#20 0xb70da9e8 in QApplication::notify () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#21 0xb784452e in KApplication::notify () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#22 0xb7077738 in QETWidget::translateMouseEvent ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#23 0xb7076251 in QApplication::x11ProcessEvent ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#24 0xb70894d8 in QEventLoop::processEvents ()
from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#25 0xb70ef88b in QEventLoop::enterLoop () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#26 0xb70ef7a4 in QEventLoop::exec () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#27 0xb70d966f in QApplication::exec () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#28 0xb66943ad in kdemain () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/
#29 0xb7631754 in kdeinitmain () from /opt/kde3.5/lib/kde3/
#30 0x0804e6c7 in launch ()
#31 0x0804f049 in handle_launcher_request ()
#32 0x0804f500 in handle_requests ()
#33 0x0805082d in main () - Apr 05 2007

This is very nice (KDE might someday package as an alternative!). Some suggestions:

1. Cache the icon-entries in the background. Submenus should come up "instantly". Now there is a very noticeable delay the first time.

2. Have a button or entry for bookmarks.

3. Something the kmenu does not have: Similar item for addressbook.

4. Do not need the word "Menu" next to the icon. For someone who still does not know what it is, a tooltip will suffice.

5. I had a crash. Next time will get a trace. However, when the kicker came back up, the menus was no longer there. Kmenu will be reinserted along with the other applets. - Apr 05 2007
./configure'd, made, installed.

Now what?

Route back tor regular kmenu should one choose to do so? - Apr 04 2007
Marble - Desktop Globe

Education Apps 73 comments

Score 63.3%
Aug 16 2008
Please update the debian link. 3.1 is on Sid. Probably applies to Kumbuntu as well.

I can hardly wait for nigher resolutions and auto-downloading so I can take Google off. - Mar 25 2007
KpassDNS (DNS File Editor)

System Software 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 16 2007
Used to do this all the time on my windows. Nice convenient applet.

Note: All of the locale.count lines in the are flagged as errors when the interpretor wants them. I commented them out. Then I had to fix indentation at one point (python parses indentation!) and then it installed just fine.

Maybe simply ask what language folks want for the install program.

The app might test for root privileges on startup and flag the "error" and gracefully exit. - Mar 25 2007

System Software 36 comments

Score 67.1%
Nov 12 2007
Yes, one might have a text edit field for additional command line parameters.

(Indeed, one might do this for each VM (unless most things like -kernel-kqemu, special networking options and such are implemented in the GUI) - Mar 20 2007
4. One of the other GUIs had a check for share memory. In fact, I made my shared memory larger to enable larger qemu sessions. There is no qemu command line parameter for this so I guess it is default. - Mar 20 2007
It is not possible to add any options to this command line (i.e. to work around some things as of yet not implemented such and -soundhs, etc.

So the program is not simply concatenating its command line options to the text here. Seems it should or could. - Mar 20 2007
This is nice looking, trying to be more like virtualbox and other such interfaces than the usual qemu GUIs.

A few quirks:

1. Selecting device from /dev is wierd. OK, most likely recognizing the not-so-nice qemu-fact that if a floppy or CD is not in the drive selected, qemu will not run.

2. Sound. Qemu will emulate a sound-blaster or en1370. Need pane for this.

3. Networking has options, to be implemented I suppose. Simply worked as-is.

4. SHM (insist on it?)

5. kqemu,ko. Yes (if modprobed), no, enhanced (only for linux guest but makes a big difference).

6. Important question: If I am using an image or iso already created, what is the function of the MyMachine/OS/Os.img? Initial snapshot? Possible "nest" for Knoppix or Dynebolic? Option to use mine instead?? Qemu will allow multiple hd "drives" so you might implement as well.

7. USB Tablet? I do not have one. I have a Roland UM1 Midi interface plugged in, no others. Are you running the mouse using this tablet to get it seemless? Would explain all the mouse results (see below). Option not to use this?


At first, Win98 did not run. Starting adding new hardware already on my image, found driver (USB Tablet) on non-existant D: drive!!! Soon simply stopped. At this point, seemless mouse worked!! Reran, cancelling that driver. Now win98 worked but not seemless mouse.

Dynebolic boots up much slower than in virtualbox so kqemu may not be (fully) utilized. I had successful runs with Dyne 1.4 previously in qemu but 2.* would not run. Knoppix's KDE would not come up either. Both of these work beautifully in VirtualBox.

ReactOS ran and so did Haiku (BeOS). Choosing seemless mouse rendered the mouse inoperative in both of these! - Mar 20 2007
BPM Detect

Audio Apps 10 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 11 2007
Fine, from where might I download the sources ??

(Information like this sort of belongs in the documentation, i.e. the readme or install text. This would avoid silly problems in building BPMDetect.) - Mar 18 2007
No Debian installation.

Where does one get it? - Feb 24 2007

Network 199 comments

Score 86.3%
Jan 17 2013
I knew him well ... but have not such directory on my computer. No unsermake either.

Need to have configure produce normal makefiles, please. - Mar 06 2007

Music Production 34 comments

Score 77.7%
Jul 29 2015
Looks like it should be a very nice program. However:

1. ALL fonts in the GUI are gnarled.
2. Seems require a soundfont--how to specify?
3. Transport icons are disabled.
4. Need a configuration dialog or text file (maybe there is--where?)
5. Manuals missing

Tried direc make;makeinstall and the debian (where does it get its made objects?). QT4 is installed. - Feb 13 2007
Kim (Kde Image Menu)

Graphic Apps 196 comments

Score 80.6%
Feb 23 2009
This is what I did. Tried it sudo and tried it from a su login.

Here is the su results:
kim# ./
mkdir: cannot create directory `/opt/kde3.5/share/apps/kim': File exists
mkdir: cannot create directory `/opt/kde3.5/share/apps/kim/slideshow/': File exists
mkdir: cannot create directory `/opt/kde3.5/share/apps/kim/galery': File exists
mv: cannot stat `imageconverter.desktop': No such file or directory
mv: cannot stat `jpegorient.desktop':
No such file or directory
Installation completed. Good bye.

(This should say installation NOT completed, uninstall first.)

Taking a hint from this, I did ./ first.

Then repeated ./ Did not get the error lines but did not get a dialog box either.

Since the KIM items do work, I assume the dialog is no longer available and each option has its own shell. OK. - Nov 14 2006
I have installed past versions successfully.

This one never gets to the dialog. It is apparently looking for some stuff at root location rather than on $KDEDIR ?? - Nov 13 2006
Autostart Manager

Utilities 43 comments

Score 50.0%
Dec 26 2006
Program does work.

I doubleclicked on the main window and it crashes. Email me for the crash dump if needed.

What should such a doubleclick accomplish? Edit the item if it is editable (bash script, etc.) What should a right click do? Properties.

Current implementation should do nothing. Not crash :-) - Nov 13 2006

Dolphin Service Menus 15 comments

Score 63.3%
Oct 20 2007
I am running Debian Sid.
As I said, SIP is there but too old for the python=qt bindings on the site.
The python-qt bindings on sid are still python 2.3 so needed all this stuff.

Installed successfully SIP, PyQT. PyKDE fails in compiling kresourses because of a missing parts.h file. The only one I have is in $KDEDIR/include/kparts and this is NOT the one being sought. - Nov 13 2006
A log of work. You need to get:

SIP (One of Debian Sid is not new enough)

The python qt3 bindings.
Takes a long time to compil.

The python KDE bindings. Ditto, its compilation (as some of KDEs) can eat all your memory and then some. Take a long break.

Once this is all installed, then try to install KFileMangerUtils.

OK. ALL the downloads are available from the one site. - Nov 11 2006

Graphic Apps 12 comments

Score 58.0%
Nov 26 2006
Ever here of this one. Can compile and run on Linux and Windows, quite well developed.

I'll give yours a try and compare - Oct 17 2006
Umbrello UML Modeller

Developers Apps 28 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 12 2008
Thanks. That did it! - Aug 31 2006

Utilities 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 22 2006
I had to add a -I/usr/local/include/podofo to src/Makefile get anything to compile. With this, most did but podofobrowzer.cpp and others came down with loads of errors. Large disagreement between PdfParse class constructor in podofo and in podofobrowxer.cpp, this is just the start!

Also, the thing behaves identically with the qt3 and qt4 qmake varients. Should want one and kick at the other, it would seem. - Aug 28 2006

Science 10 comments

Score 63.3%
Jan 03 2017
Interface to any of their formats?

Anyyone use this to generate scenery for fg? - Aug 12 2006

Network 805 comments

Score 84.1%
Aug 20 2015
Is is from "Sonik". Sonik functions though maybe not the app itself seem to be in the KDE distriubtion (although my directory is not from a clean install and the file might have been put there not by konstruct). (It has run afoul of other compilations besides yours.)

The problem is that something like "data.h" is a bit too generic. Neither Sonik nor KNemo should use risky names such as that. SonikData.h and KNemodata.h would avoid such problems.

Of course, setting up the configure scripts which are, however, also quite generic, to have -I for local directories BEFORE -I for globals such as $KDEDIR/include, /usr/include and such, should avoid the problem . - Aug 12 2006
and the solution:

There is a data.h in knemo###/src/common. There is also one in #KDEDIR/include which is being accessed FIRST!

So either specify ALL data.h references to ../common/data.h OR temporarily rename KDE's.

All there is too it! - Aug 11 2006
Running Debian Sid, KDE 3.5.4 konstructed.

ConfigDialog.cpp is not getting the class/type information from data.h. So get loads of "not declared", "expected type" and such errors. ConfigDialog.h DOES include data.h.

#undef DATA_H there or in the cpp file did not change anything.

There are similar problems with various files that
#include "interface.h" - Aug 11 2006

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 19 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 06 2006
1. What do these things do--I think everything is asking this. I can run wine by using kwine instead but I do not need to type either to run windows .exe's

2. the logons that go a wine menu group (my own is some wierd hybrid and has an existing one under "debian" which is empty and does not cause this problem!) containing kwine as it only entry. On kde startup, they get an error from wine saying is not a valid windows exe format!

a. SHOULD it be?
b. If not, why is wine trying to load this item?
c. Bug or feature? Fix? (I deleted the startup menu entries.) - Aug 11 2006