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kcmGRunlevel

   0.2  

KDE System Tool

Score 62%
kcmGRunlevel
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kcmGRunlevel
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  1148
Submitted:  Apr 10 2004
Updated:  Apr 24 2004

Description:

kcmGRunlevel is a Gentoo runlevel editor. For good integration in KDE it is made as a KControl module.

To install kcmgrunlevel extract the tar.gz file to
${PORTDIR_OVERLAY}/app-admin as defined in your /etc/make.conf
Afterwards install it by typing "emerge kcmgrunlevel"
If you're using a stable (x86) system, install it by typing
"ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge kcmgrunlevel"




Changelog:

0.2
-german translation
-icon (bug: icon not shown in the about dlg)
-fixed bug with some themes
-ebuild available
-inittab editor
-create/delete runlevels
-minor bugfixes in handling and usability
-start of services

0.1
-initial release




LicenseGPL
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 icon?

 
 by sarahb523 on: Apr 10 2004
 
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I need an icon for my app. Possibly somebody can help me?

ciao
sarah


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 Great app !

 
 by jowilly on: Apr 10 2004
 
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Strange to see a gentoo app without an ebuild... :-)

Anyway, thanks for this needed tool.


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 Re: Great app !

 
 by Schnacki on: Apr 10 2004
 
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I managed to do a hack for an ebuild (I actually hate to install software without using portage by now ;) ). I had some problems with the tar.bz2-file though. I had to rename the directory in that file to include the version-number. I have no idea (since I have no experience with producing ebuilds) how to write the ebuild in a way that it would still find the extracted files.

Anyhow, really nice app.


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 Re: Re: Great app !

 
 by sarahb523 on: Apr 12 2004
 
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I'm new to gentoo and I had no experience with writing ebuilds. But I'm sure I will include an ebuild in the next version.


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 sysV?

 
 by standsolid on: Apr 10 2004
 
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Is there any way to make KDE's sysV-init editor work with gentoo rahter than creat a new tool?

although this tool is really nice.


//standsolid//
now, that's what I call butter!

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 Re: sysV?

 
 by sarahb523 on: Apr 12 2004
 
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don't know, but I didn't like the sys-v editor very much. I will include different disto support in the next version of kcmGRunlevel.

I create this as a part of a gentoo control center. I like to do this as kcontrol modules. It is primary for me but perhaps other people could find this ideas usefull too.


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 Re: Re: sysV?

 
 by sarahb523 on: Apr 24 2004
 
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other distro support is skipped because I had no time yet. :-(


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 Can't su to admin

 
 by telex on: Apr 24 2004
 
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When I put in my root password for administrator mode, it keeps telling me the password is wrong! Any idea what's going on here?


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 Re: Can't su to admin

 
 by telex on: Apr 24 2004
 
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Nevermind, it turns out it's a bug in KDE 3.2.2:

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=78948


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 Re: Re: Can't su to admin

 
 by teatime on: Apr 24 2004
 
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Which, if you are running Gentoo, there is already a fix for. Just remerge kdelibs.


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 User friendliness

 
 by anderslund on: Apr 25 2004
 
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Hi, I considered somthing like this but never got around to implementing it.

One complaint: having all the defined runlevels as columns in a list view is not logic or easy to overview.

In my opinion, the service status should be seperate from the runlevel editing, and there should be a list (combobox for example) to chose the runlevel to edit, and a KActionSelector widget (two listboxes with arrows to move items between them) to edit the individual runlevels.


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 Re: User friendliness

 
 by sarahb523 on: Apr 26 2004
 
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I like the listbox because I can sort the columns. I would do somthing other then the other apps.


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