Hi, my first post to this forum!
I’ve been using openSUSE, & previously SuSE, for about 14 years.
I installed openSUSE Tumbleweed on a spare drive on another machine,
& found some problems (or maybe bugs) for which I’ve not found many
First of all:
On startup I get an HPLIP warning message:-
“No system tray detected on this system”
“Unable to start, exiting.”
Starting HPLIP from the Application Launcher menu, I get the same message.
Ticking the “Place in the systray” option, I get another message:
KDEInit could not launch ksystraycmd:
Could not open library ‘/usr/lib64/libkdeinit5_ksystraycmd’
Cannot load library /usr/lib64/libkdeinit5_ksystraycmd: (/usr/lib64/libkdeinit5_ksystraycmd.so:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory)
HPLIP is the latest version: 3.15.4
Running “locate libkdeinit5”, I get:
linux-tumbleweed:~> locate libkdeinit5
It appears that “libkdeinit5_ksystraycmd.so” is missing in kf5.
Whether this is deliberate, or an oversight, I don’t know.
But my guess would be that as it is missing, any other apps (such as Pidgin, Claws-Mail etc)
will be the reason why they also do not appear in the system tray?
Secondly: Although the Login sound is ticked in “KDE Workspace”, there is no sound.
Similarly on “Logout”. However all the other sounds are working ok.
Thirdly: The panel clock - it doesn’t seem like the font color can be changed in the right-click menu “Digital Clock Settings”, or that the
time can be changed to a 12 hour clock (instead of the default 24 hour clock) in System Settings > Locale.
Anyone have any thoughts or ideas?
openSUSE 64 bit
KDE Plasma Version: 5.3.0
Qt Version: 5.4.1
Kernel Version: 4.0.4-1-desktop
RAM: 8 GiB