Bug 9338

Summary: bugs in wuftpd-config
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Thomas Ploss <thomas>
Component: kdeadminAssignee: Bernhard Rosenkraenzer <bero>
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Description Thomas Ploss 2000-02-11 06:55:59 EST
-tab user classes:
  - click on  "add limit" results in a crash of the application
  - added classes cant be modified/checked
-tab directories
  - if you try to select directors over the "select"-button, there come
    the following pop-windows:
         - error: could not find mime type application/octet
         - error: no mime types installed
        => crash
       (the installation was a "install everything")
- no help button found
- screen layout completly other than printer-config/isdn-config
   extra menu file is somehwo unclear, why its there and why you have
   to use it for saving of the changes
Comment 1 Bernhard Rosenkraenzer 2000-02-11 07:35:59 EST
- add limit crash: Known problem, working on it.
- modifying added classes: Works for me
- select button: This is actually a bug in KFileDialog in kde2libs. It's fixed
  with the current version of kde2libs.
- help button: Yes, there's no such thing yet. Right now, all the help you get
  are the tool tips (just keep the mouse over something for a while). Will be
  fixed in time for 6.2final.
- screen layout/file menu: Yes, that's because wuftpd-config is based on an
  older tool. I don't think I'll have the time to change that, but it's on my
  todo list.
Comment 2 Thomas Ploss 2000-02-11 11:39:59 EST
> - modifying added classes: Works for me
who to do it? i could find a edit button. or do you just have to click on ?
its not intuitiv enough.
Comment 3 Bernhard Rosenkraenzer 2000-08-04 06:57:20 EDT
This stuff should be fixed in kwuftpd (in the KDE2 CVS tree), which is the
successor of wuftpd-config.