[Pkg-kde-extras] Bug#627070: Bluetooth not usable any more in Squeeze

2011-05-17 Thread Karsten Malcher
Package: kdebluetooth Version: 1:1.0~rc3-2 Justification: renders package unusable Severity: grave *** Please type your report below this line *** In KDE3 bluetooth connection to mobile devices was working with nearly no problems. Now in KDE4 / Squeeze it does not work any more. The are only

[Pkg-kde-extras] Bug#627070: Bluetooth not usable any more in Squeeze

2012-02-16 Thread Karsten Malcher
Sorry - i didn't notice your answer. It doesn't matter if you upgrade or have a new installation. There seems not to be a working implementation of bluetooth in KDE 4. You can access bluetooth devices in console mode. Please also refer to this bug:

[Pkg-kde-extras] Bug#721595: KDE network manager does not work

2013-09-02 Thread Karsten Malcher
Package: plasma-widget-networkmanagement Version: 0.9.0.3-1 Severity: important Hello, i am trying desperated to get WLAN working without problems on wheezy. One time i get a connection, then never again. I installed the network manager to have a comfortable configuration, but it seems not to

[Pkg-kde-extras] Bug#721595: package not working

2013-09-02 Thread Karsten Malcher
Here is a forum thread with someone where it is not working also. http://debianforum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?f=30t=138291 The solution was to deinstall the kde networkmanager and to install wicd. root@weide:/home/hugo# apt-get purge network-manager root@weide:/home/hugo# rm -r

[Pkg-kde-extras] Bug#721595: KDE network manager does not work

2013-09-02 Thread Karsten Malcher
Hi Michael, the first thing is that wicd doesn't work also. :-) So i reinstalled the network-manager-kde. Am 02.09.2013 14:10, schrieb Michael Biebl: You've configured your network interface device(s) in /etc/network/interface, that means they are managed by ifupdown. It makes no difference

[Pkg-kde-extras] Bug#721595: KDE network manager does not work

2013-09-02 Thread Karsten Malcher
Hi, Am 02.09.2013 17:10, schrieb Michael Biebl: Do you have a complete, default KDE desktop installation? What's complete? Default is very complicate with an upgraded system. So i would say - No. What's the output of 'ck-list-sessions' and 'pkaction'? karsten@pc:~$ ck-list-sessions