Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 528038
Where do I enter the IRC server?
Last modified: 2011-06-27 10:26:37 EDT
Created attachment 364159 [details]
There doesn't seem to be a field to enter the server to use for an IRC account. Screenshot attached.
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This is being discussed on f-desktop-list, but I'm adding to F12 blocker so it doesn't get missed
Created attachment 364533 [details]
IRC Account Setup dialog
Zack, do you have telepathy-idle installed? If so, your IRC account set up should look like this.
No, I don't have it installed. Wasn't aware I needed it, thanks.
Yes, otherwise you'll use tp-haze's support which is probably why you didn't have the server option. I've pushed a new build of empathy (empathy-184.108.40.206-2.fc12) that has tp-idle as a requires so this shouldn't be a problem in the future. I'm going to go ahead and close this bug. If you still experience any problems, just re-open this. Thanks!
Thanks for updating empathy. I installed tp-idle and restarted empathy, but nothing appears to have changed. :(
Hmm. Did you delete your existing IRC account in Empathy and re-add it?
Yeah, I did.
Hmm, could you try logging out and logging back into your desktop session, then re-creating the irc account?
Discussed at preliminary blocker bug meeting today. This is not significant enough to block the release, but if a fix is found before F12 is final, Jesse will happily tag it in. Dropping to f12target.
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(In reply to comment #9)
> Discussed at preliminary blocker bug meeting today. This is not significant
> enough to block the release, but if a fix is found before F12 is final, Jesse
> will happily tag it in. Dropping to f12target.
As a side note, this bug shouldn't really occur on F12 installs since we're requiring tp-idle, and not relying on tp-haze (libpurple) for IRC support.
I just reproduced this on F12 Beta Live too, after yum updating
and removing "~/.gconf/apps/empathy/accounts/%gconf.xml" the
new idle a/c config appeared.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 13 development cycle.
Changing version to '13'.
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