Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 131838
Konsole fails autentications
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:48 EST
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Description of problem:
I'm a kde fanatic, and I have installed the testing version of your's
Sometimes the konsole session fails: I open konsole, the system go
slowly for a while, but bash does not run.
The problem happens for session: if konsole goes the first time i open
it, it will always goes; but if it fails, it will always fails until
I've noticed that when this happens, if I run an application as root
using the run command window, the autentication falied; and vice versa.
This "bug" does not influence the line command prompt.
I'm running your kernel 2.6.8-1.521.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Shutdown the system
2. Restart it using runlevel 5
3. Open a kde session
4. Open konsole
5. If it fails logoff and then logon once
6. Now there are no problems
Actual Results: konsole does not run.
I'm not been able to run programs as root using the "run command" window
Expected Results: konsole should be ready to execute command line
I should be able to run programs as root using "run command" window
The errors are reported in the screenshots
i have kde-3.3.0 running on my local machine. I cannot reproduce this
problem here. as i know, i did not build kde-3.3.0 for fc2!
could you please tell me where you got the kde-3.3.0 for fc2? thanks
I've anticipated that it's a testing version.
strange, i have them same kde version and it works fine here.
Did you rebuild the KDE 3.3.0 for fc2?
I forced the installation of openldap for don't upgrading part of my
system (now i have two version of openldap installed).
Colud be it?
it could be a problem there! it will not work correctly if you install
rpm from rawhide on fc2.
No rawhide rpm has been installed (I'm not so "windows user" :).
I've downloaded all kde* packages to my local repository, then I've
searched the name of dependencies packages on google, I've downloaded
it form download.fedora.redhat/development and installed it manually.
After i've installed kde packages using yum.
I'll try to uninstall openldap-2.2.13 and all it's dependencies and
then install kde 3.3 using directly your yum development repository.
I'll contact you in about one day.
Now it's seems to work good.
Excuse me for the false alarm and thanks for the time you gave me.