Just updated to KDE4.4 via the Factory repos couple of days ago. Did follow instructions.
Dolphin has gotten crash-happy since then, I haven’t really had time to figure out what causes it yet but:
It does always happen when I select one or more files on an SD card and then ask to delete them (either press del or right-click > move to wastebin, both perform same action).
I see thee are updates waiting in Factory so I’ll apply those & see, but I was wondering if anyone else had this issue? It was a clean .kde4. OS 11.2.
Separately, on login a popup tells me indexing has started, and then a minute later another one tells me it has stopped to preserve resources. I’m not using the computer, just looking at it.
On looking at it, nepomuk has indexed 163 files using 30mb of space. I have given it 100mb, up from 50, to see if that kicks it into action. On every login it has always indexed 163 files. Any ideas?
On the Nepomuk situation, do you have Virtuoso installed?
If not, do so. Then delete /home/yourusername/.kde4/share/config/nepomukserverrc and when you restart Nepomuk, it should re-create it with the correct settings.
My /home/yourusername/.kde4/share/config/nepomukserverrc looks like this.
Used Soprano Backend=virtuosobackend
If (Used Soprano Backend=redland), then it won’t work.
On Dolphin: anything from dmesg or from ‘cat /var/log/messages’ ?
On Nepomuk: did you configure it through Systemsettings - Advanced?
@wilson_philips: Mine looks like that too. followed your instructions anyway, the file was recreated as per yours. nepomuk (actually, strigi) still stopped indexing just after it started.
Virtuoso is installed - its one I noticed being dragged in when I upgraded.
@knurpht: No, nothing at all in dmesg or messages. I get the kde crash handler.
I didn’t configure nepomuk at all first off. When I was looking around I did use that area to increase the memory available to it (50 -> 100).
I’m going to look more when I’m at home, see if I can recreate it with the update applied.