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RcConf Settings - KCM

System Software 3 comments

Rating: 7.9
Oct 21 2011
Do you also have a feature request at this project?

I thought about tweaking you app to fit gentoo, which has split up the rc.conf into several files(running openrc and baselayout2)
Basically no problem, because its mainly about providing a different path to the config files. - May 16 2011
Chakra Gtk Config - KCM

System Software 27 comments

Rating: 8.2
Dec 20 2011
Very nice.

If you use Qtcurve, you can also set
in stylerc:

mapKdeIcons=false

to switch off icon inheritance.

As I read, there is a bug with icon inheritance in qtcurve(don't know if fixed yet)

Thank you. - May 16 2011
Nice module.

It'd be great if you could include a checkbox for selecting this in .gtk-2.0

gtk-toolbar-style=GTK_TOOLBAR_ICONS

Its a fix for icons in gtk toolbar. - May 14 2011
GRUB2 Editor

System Software 114 comments

Rating: 8.2
Jul 25 2018
I also forgot to mention, but I don't know if you guys with the two grub2 projects merged, but the same bug appears on the other kcmgrub2 module build from vcs source. - May 12 2011
Yes, I just checked on Ubuntu, it works there as intended with all the partitons, finding all OSes. - May 12 2011
The browsing for the default file is useless if there does not exist /etc/default/grub

I mean, it'd be nice if the core checked for and created a default file, similar call as saving the file to /etc/default/grub.
No problem to create one manually, but as for a gui, it should do that for that user in my view.

The wrapper script is similar to the ubuntu update-grub in /usr/sbin

So thats the script:

#!/bin/sh
set -e
exec grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg "$@"

My guess, it has something to do with my partitioning.

Anyway, nice work so far. :) - May 12 2011
The browsing for the default file is useless if there does not exist /etc/default/grub

I mean, it'd be nice if the core checked for and created a default file, similar call as saving the file to /etc/default/grub.
No problem to create one manually, but as for a gui, it should do that for that user in my view.

The wrapper script is similar to the ubuntu update-grub in /usr/sbin

So thats the script:

#!/bin/sh
set -e
exec grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg "$@"

My guess, it has something to do with my partitioning.

Anyway, nice work so far. :) - May 12 2011
Sorry, I forgot, I will check on ubuntu again to make sure, which I am not anymore about ubuntu after the post. Ubuntu is only my "back up" system.
I will post an update next time I boot ubuntu. :)

Another small thing:

I recall, when I first installed v3.x
on first run, the module could not find any /etc/default/grub, since it does not exist by default on a fresh gentoo install.
Don't know it that little one was fixed in the updates with "if not exists then create default" ... - May 12 2011
Sorry, I forgot, I will check on ubuntu again to make sure, which I am not anymore about ubuntu after the post. Ubuntu is only my "back up" system.
I will post an update next time I boot ubuntu. :)

Another small thing:

I recall, when I first installed v3.x
on first run, the module could not find any /etc/default/grub, since it does not exist by default on a fresh gentoo install.
Don't know it that little one was fixed in the updates with "if not exists then create default" ... - May 12 2011
Hi, I encountered a strange thing.
I am running on Gentoo, and it seems from a first rough look at the code that the os-prober does not get triggered properly.

My setup:
multiboot system
1 gentoo
1 ubuntu natty
1 windows

both linux systems are partitioned, with separate /usr, /var, /boot partitions.

If I hit apply, so mkgrub-config gets called, only entries for the gentoo system are generateded, no other OS will be found.

If I run my wrapper script from console, containing the mkgrub-config command, everything will get detected.

I am trying to track down this behavior atm in a debug session.

It works on Ubuntu.

Is there any dependency missing?

- May 12 2011