Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 101610
kmail is installed, but not the address book (see also Bug 101521)
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:56:37 EDT
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Description of problem:
As reported in Bug 101521, although the installation method selected is
Personal or Workstation default, yet the KDE desktop and a mish-mash of
KDE applications is installed. Version-Release of what *is* installed
on my system:
]$ rpm -qa | grep kde
licq-kde-1.2.6-1 [installed by user]
kdepim-3.1.2-5 [installed by user, because kmail did not have address book
installed, though it *did* display addresses, when sending mail!!!
kdeedu-3.1.2-5 [installed by user]
kdetoys-3.1.2-3 [installed by user]
kdeadmin-3.1.2-4 [installed by user]
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
kdenetwork is NOT installed!!!
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start kmail, and save some addresses
2. Post messages, and select addresses
3. Click on address-book icon, to edit addresses
Actual Results: Kmail complains that address-book is not installed. It *isn't*!!
Expected Results: The address-book should be installed along with kmail, as an
and necessarr component of the application.
(see also Bug 101521)
CORRECTION: see also bug 101512, NOT 101521!
jeremy, i think this problem is in anaconda
The comps component defines what is going to be installed - reassigning.
If kmail requires a different package to function, it needs to Require: it.
I have added requires: kdepim into kdenetwork-3.1.3-4.