Bug 81963

Summary: Web Browser Preferences in KDE Doesn't Work After Running Up2Date
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Steve Brown <sbrown>
Component: kdelibsAssignee: Than Ngo <than>
Status: CLOSED RAWHIDE QA Contact: Red Hat Satellite QA List <satellite-qa-list>
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Version: 8.0CC: rhn-bugs
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Description Steve Brown 2003-01-15 20:40:49 UTC
Description of problem:

I wanted to set up the Flash Player plugin (that I'm using for Mozilla) for
Konqueror.  According to Konquer's help, this is done by selecting, from the K
menu, 'Preferences | Web Browsing | Netscape Plugins'.  Then you click a button
to scan for available plugins.  I did this prior to running up2date and it
seemed to work fine.  After running up2date, I get an error message: 'There was
an error loading the module.  Possible Reasons: 1. An error occurred during your
last KDE upgrade leaving an orphaned control module. 2. You have old third party
oodules lying around.'

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How reproducible:


Steps to Reproduce:
1.  In KDE, select 'Preferences | Web Browsing | Netscape Plugins' from the K menu.
2.  Click the button to scan for available plugins.
3.  Close the form.
4.  Run up2date -- an update of KDE must be included.
5.  In KDE, select 'Preferences | Web Browsing | Netscape Plugins' from the K menu.
    
Actual results:

  Error message.

Expected results:

  Form to scan for plugins.

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Comment 1 Adrian Likins 2003-01-15 20:44:50 UTC
reassigning to konqueror, though it might be a generic KDE issue. But
the konqueror folks know better than I do.

This sounds like a bug in the kde packages, not a up2date bug.

Comment 2 Ngo Than 2003-02-01 10:19:06 UTC
it's fixed in kde 3.1, which you can find it in rawhide.