Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 74712
RHN applet should be available in KDE (or default).
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:46:56 EDT
Description of Problem:
'rhn-applet' can't be added from the KDE applet menu although once run it can
be saved in the KDE profile.
I'll call this a RFE but I kinda feel it's a bug if RH really wants to treat
the two desktops the same. BTW, I feel KDE is just fine and I'm not
complaining about the uniformity (although Bluecurve could use some work
still) ;-) ..
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login to KDE.
2. Try to find the RHN applet.
3. Run it by hand since you can't fine it.
4. Save in KDE profile so it starts.
RHN applet not available in KDE menu.
I think RHN applet should be std. under both desktops.
I understand RHN applet defaults in GNOME. If it does, I think it should for
KDE as well.
Apparantly it's not in the Gnome applet menu either. Oops. Changing to bug.
Please? Before post-Severn life? And if it can be made KDE panel friendly (so when
something goes it doesn't die with it) that'd be lovely.
Just having it is well enough for now. I enable it myself but I think it's reasonable to expect as
The fact that the applet dies is due to the kde system tray not following
the latest version of the system tray specification, see bug #84258
The rhn-applet should show up under both KDE and GNOME system tools menus
now, and is present by default.