Description of problem:
2018-03-09: I was trying to setup a Bonjour (local XMPP) account in KDE Plasma System Settings for KDE Telepathy. In `System Settings > Online Accounts > Create`, I clicked "Bonjour" in the list on the right. This action was answered with an error dialogue box: "This IM Account cannot be created - a Telepathy Connection Manager named 'salut' is missing or it cannot handle protocol 'local-xmpp'. Please try installing salut with your package manager." However, `telepathy-salut` is already installed on my machine. Does anyone have an idea how to debug this, or where I would find the actual error message that led to this?
2019-06-04: I was able to create the account using `mc-tool add salut/local-xmpp $USER@$HOST string:first-name=$GIVENNAME string:last-name=$LASTNAME string:email=$EMAIL string:jid=$EMAIL string:published-name=$USER`, but it does not show up in the KDE Online Accounts.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
2018-03-09: I am using Fedora 27 KDE, with telepathy-salut currently being at version 0.8.1 (release 12.fc27), telepathy-mission control at version 5.16.4 (epoch 1, release 4.fc27) and ktp-accounts-kcm at version 17.12.1(release 1.fc27).
2019-06-03: The issue persists in Fedora 30 (telepathy-salut 0.8.1 release 15.fc29, telepathy-mission-control 5.16.4 epoch 1 release 8.fc30, ktp-accounts-kcm 18.12.2 release 1.fc30).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open KDE systemsettings
2. Navigate to Online Accounts
3. Click `+` and select `Bonjour/Salut`
Error message as described above.
New Telepathy account created and usable.
Original reported on the email@example.com mailinglist: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/thread/LW2JBLWL5I2J5PE6ZBIXX5UPKQVWSAFX/
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