When I go to the Epson site, I can download software and when I attempt to install it with apper, the process asks for authorization, and when I finally get to the end it gives the following error message “A problem that we were not expecting has occurred.Please report this bug with the error description.”
If I download the rpm files separately and try to install them with yast, it tells me the files are “broken”
Thanks, Henk. I hadn’t realized that, but I don’t much care for the way Leap 42.1 works - it’s very different from Opensuse 13.1, which is what I’m used to.
I guess I can try to install 42.1 and see how that works.
What I want is a desktop that I can use as a server for internal (to me) files, and that I can use KDEPIM3 on. KDEpim3 works (for me) so much better I won’t use kde4pim unless there’s no other way, Normally I just install KDE3 after the rest of the install and it picks up all my old KDE3pim settings.
Do you think I’ll have more luck getting my printer going with 42.2 or 42.1?
I feel with you. Still using KDE PIM 3.5 on KDE 4 on openSUSE 31.1.
Testing Leap 42.2. The system is not the problem, KDE is. >:(
No idea about the printer.
I only wanted to warn you and others reading this thread, that installing 13.2 in today’s world might not be a good idea. The problem with out of support versions is not only that you do not get any security updates anymore (what is what most people will warn you for, but something where one can take a calculated risk knowing what the environment and use of a system are), but also that when you ask help here, not many people will have such a system to re-create your problem. And they may even have forgotten a lot about the details of such an old version. Thus, not only the technical support with respect to updates, but also the friendly support from the forums may be gone.