[Mageia-discuss] KDEPIM now totally lost
mikala at mageia.org
Sun Jul 22 15:31:40 CEST 2012
Le dimanche 22 juillet 2012 10:18:01 Anne Wilson a écrit :
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> On 21/07/12 19:49, Balcaen John wrote:
> > I guess you're talking about a *global* offline status of kmail &
> > not eventually only the mail dispatcher which sometimes seems to
> > be offline for no reason.
> In my case, none of the Kontact apps were working. Restarting Akonadi
> cured that. I use IMAP, and absolutely nothing from the IMAP server
> was visible. Nor were the contacts in my ~/.local/contacts folder.
> Every time I start KMail I'm told that it is offline. If I understand
> you correctly there is a setting somewhere where this can be changed
> but I've never found it. Can you point me to it, please?
There's no real settings, but there is a bug in ntrack support  in kde-
runtime causing issue with solid network backend.
In short initially we were providing ntrack support, however since 4.8 the
support seems to be broken solid networkbackend reporting a non working kde.
Our work around was simply to rebuild kde-runtime (kdebase4-runtime package
name in mageia) without it (issue fixed with
In mga #6159 however someone mentionned that issue was still present when
networkmanager was installed & *not* used for managing network ( yeah funny :p
So i was asking to check that you were not in that case (if so that would be
the second case & since i did not find the time to test/reproduce ) & if so
i'll disable the nm support in kde-runtime too.
To check the network solid status you need to use this line :
qdbus org.kde.kded /modules/networkstatus
The result (when connected) should be 4.
 See https://bugs.mageia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6159
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