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Kevin Fries Denver, United States of America
malys - glassArt + colors

Gnome Shell Themes 47 comments

Score 73.8%
May 14 2012
The only theme its shows in gnome-tweak-tools is "Default", this theme does not appear. - May 14 2012
Added to /usr/share/themes, rebooted, opened gnome-tweak-tool,tried to change my theme,and all I get is "default" - May 14 2012
I am running Ubuntu 12.04, I have added the two repos, then I decompressed the theme into the ~/.theme directory. When I open gnome-tweak-tool, the theme does not show up. - May 09 2012

Board 68 comments

by redsh
Score 58.0%
Mar 17 2007
Apt-get does not work because of the library problems

$ sudo apt-get -t unstable install ksudoku
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
Package ksudoku is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source
E: Package ksudoku has no installation candidate - Dec 03 2005

I love this program, and I would keep compiling from scratch. Then when the RPM came out, I would try to switch to it... But it would fail, and leave my original version unusable :-(

Some day, I really do need to learn how to make and update RPM packages.

Again, Thanks!!

Kevin Fries - Oct 05 2005
This does not work! Doing so causes ksudoku to error out with the following message:

ksudoku: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory - Sep 30 2005
Is anyone maintaining a RPM package for this that installs in Fedora?

Fedora install fails looking for


Neither of which is available or easily obtainable for Fedora.

Thx - Sep 29 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 178 comments

Score 58.0%
Oct 20 2005
This looks like one of those "but it works on my system" times.

My System: Fedora Core 4

- I installed scons from yum

- did a $ scons configure
- no errors

- did a $ scons
- no errors

- did a $ sudo scons install
- no errors

Tried to find something in Konqueror, and all I get is the sound of breaking glass and a protocol not found message.

Tried restarting X (Ctrl-Alt-Backspace) then tried the locate:something again, same result.

- did a $ sudo -c uninstall

- erased the build directory

- expanded from the tarball again

- did a $ scons configure prefix=/usr
- no error

- did a $ scons
- no error

- did a $ sudo scons install
- no error

Same testing procedure... same result.

There are no errors being thrown anywere, this thing just does not work. Any clues? - Sep 13 2005

System Software 134 comments

by yogin
Score 58.0%
Jun 30 2010

User accounts sometimes appear in central username-password databases such as NIS or LDAP. A nice feature would be to have it obtain a list of valid users from a configurable source and look for any home directories, mail boxes, etc that should be deleted from accounts that no longer exist.

Just my $0.02 - Sep 02 2005