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Kuroo

   0.81.0_rc1  

KDE System Tool

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Link:  http://kuroo.org
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  14996
Submitted:  Sep 6 2004
Updated:  Sep 6 2007

Description:

A KDE Portage frontend that allows you to do most common software maintenance tasks on gentoo systems.
Joint project with openusability.org.

With this version we have established a GUI that allows you to do your most common tasks you have to do in your emerge-life. Kuroo does not aim to subsitute the power of the command-line EMERGE, but is thought as a little helper for your daily life. We will continue to enable more powerfull features in the forthcoming versions. If you like to ask for a certain functionallity feel invited to do so on: kuroo.org, #kuroo or info@kuroo.org.

Feature highlight:
Unified package view: fast package browsing and searching with filters.
Package Inspector for advanced package management.
Configuration files management with KDiff3.
Support for multiple portage overlay's.
Package stability calculation.




Changelog:

0.81:
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BUGFIXES:
#61
#243
#248

ENHANCEMENTS:
Solved a glitch wich would show a filter related error when no updates are available.
fetchrestricted for eclean is not needed unless destructive is used too (solved)
eclean bug: Does not exists minutes measure. Changing default to hours.
Added possibility to set custom buffer size in number of lines.
Removed included SQLite support in favor of a external SQLite library.
Updated credits of About box




LicenseGPL
Gentoo(Kuroo ebuild)
Gentoo(Reporting bugs and feature requests)
Gentoo(Installation instructions)
Gentoo(Source)
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 kpackage integration

 
 by soulrebel on: Jun 18 2005
 
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i dont know if kuroo currently has kparts support, but i have setup a wish at bugs.kde.org that kpackage support other packaging systems through kparts.
this would mean that if a person selected gentoo as platform kpackage would load kuroo "inside". if you would like kuroo and maybe some other apps to be integrated into kde permantly as kparts in kpackage please vote here:
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=107652

thanks


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# rm -rf *

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 Re: kpackage integra

 
 by karye on: Jun 27 2005
 
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Kool! I'll look into KPart when time allow :-)


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 Re: Re: kpackage integra

 
 by soulrebel on: Jun 27 2005
 
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good to here! plz also vote for it at bugs@kde and convince some of your users! the sooner they (at kde) start working on it the earlier our apps will be integrated :D


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# rm -rf *

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 Re: Re: Re: kpackage

 
 by karye on: Jul 9 2005
 
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I'd like to complete some intense development in kuroo before doing such a request...


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 whats the emerge...

 
 by mobtek on: Jul 5 2005
 
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would be nice if we could customise exactly how you would want a 'system' update to go, separate to installing a new app.
For example:

mirrorselect -a -s5
emerge sync
emerge -uDvp world (to show the upgrades)
emerge -uDv world
emerge --newuse world
emerge -v depclean
revdep-rebuild -v
and finally
dispatch-conf

This way I know exactly how Kuroo is updating my system, some of these options are available in the advanced options dialog but I'm not sure that all these steps are being followed.
I really like Kuroo it's what KDE on gentoo needs for portage the configuration options in the settings is great! :)
if I could do all the above it would be replacing the CLI for updating my system all the time :)

cheers Peter


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 Gentoo Watcher

 
 by somekool on: Aug 1 2005
 
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Your Gentoo Watcher seems to notify me of software updates for package I don't have.

it's kinda annoying because it grows the list and become meaningless.

am I understanding something wrong ? if not, can you fix this ? thanks.


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 Re: Gentoo Watcher

 
 by karye on: Aug 18 2005
 
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Plz try latest release 0.70.0_beta2.


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 latest ver

 
 by mattepiu on: Sep 8 2005
 
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I'm trying ver 0.7 rc3 , and would need to know if is using esearch/ needing esync
anymore ,
also, Gentoo Watcher "update" menu entry
of toolbar icon doesn't appear to do anything, my gentoo watcher window is alway empty (does this means my system is up-to date?)


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 Re: latest ver

 
 by karye on: Sep 9 2005
 
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No, kuroo does not require esync nor esearch anymore.
Regarding the watcher, check the settings to see if you right kuroo "home" path.
Plz try kuroo-0.70.0 which was released today.


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 Re: Re: latest ver

 
 by mattepiu on: Sep 9 2005
 
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Ok, thanks, for now I report my tests:
a)decent stability, my system crashed only when I moved 8 times in the tabs while doing a sync with gentoo mirrors.

b)"Backup saved in /var/tmp/kuroo/backup."
after etc-update with kompare didn't results in anything created under
/var/tmp/kuroo, also there isn't neither
backup folder neither a backup file.


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 Re: Re: Re: latest v

 
 by mattepiu on: Sep 9 2005
 
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( I forgot to specify 0.7_rc3.
also watcher kuroo home path is
/var/tmp/kuroo , seems to be correct.
(watcher blocked by my firewall ?
firefox reads feeds correctly...
akregator also)


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 About Gentoo Watcher

 
 by guillo on: Oct 5 2005
 
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I'm trying Kuroo 0.70.1, but the Watcher doesn't appear to do anything, all the tab window's are always empty.
I've checked the "Kuroo Home" in the settings and all apears to be right.

when i click "Check updates", the console output is:

WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'DCOPRef' error
DCOPRef: call 'title()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
DCOPRef: call 'link()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'DCOPRef' error
DCOPRef: call 'title()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
DCOPRef: call 'link()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'DCOPRef' error
DCOPRef: call 'title()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
DCOPRef: call 'link()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'DCOPRef' error
DCOPRef: call 'title()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
DCOPRef: call 'link()' on null reference error
WARNING: DCOPReply: cast to 'QString' error
DCOPRef: send 'refresh()' on null reference error
DCOPRef: send 'refresh()' on null reference error
DCOPRef: send 'refresh()' on null reference error
DCOPRef: send 'refresh()' on null reference error


¿any ideas?

PD: apologies for my english


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 Re: About Gentoo Wat

 
 by karye on: Oct 6 2005
 
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I guess you don't have rssservice running.
Launch kdcop and check.


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 Re: Re: About Gentoo

 
 by guillo on: Oct 7 2005
 
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Hi, karye.
You're right, rssservice isn't running,.
I just emerge dcoprss , and everything is working now...

Thanks!


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 about 'features'

 
 by rickvernam on: Oct 8 2005
 
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any thought towards adding support for kuroo to 'manage' remote machines?
Surely it's possible via ssh or something like that...

just an idea...


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 Re: about 'features'

 
 by karye on: Oct 9 2005
 
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Time, my friend, is of so short supply ;-)
Yes, I have thought of that feature too. Usability, increasing performance and old feature request are on the table for now.
Plz elaborate...


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 Re: Re: about 'features'

 
 by rickvernam on: Oct 9 2005
 
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My idea ended there :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: about 'f

 
 by karye on: Oct 10 2005
 
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I meant ... suppose you had that feature, how would it look like? How would like to work?


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