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Anthony ringwraith
System Software
Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements

System Software 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Feb 23 2008
Nope, I didn't even know that krdc is getting a makeover. I just needed a interface quickly, so I put my mind to it and wrote this. If you look through the source, you will see a connectionProfiles.ui file which is a connection profile wizard... I am going to add those in the next "milestone" release.

Oh and next milestone, seamlessrdp support :)

- Aug 15 2007
You know I am an idiot... I will fix the build system so it will by default use i386 build type... Give me 24 hours and Ill have it fixed.
- Aug 15 2007

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 04 2006

What does it do bascially?

Is the kdefastrestart program segfaulting upon start up?

If so, what is your distribution, kde version number, X11 version number.

The old version would most definatly segfault when there is a stale .kde/status/kderestart file. I fixed this by erasing stale kderestart files.
(very stupid bug, yes i know)

I have plans to really work on the initialization code more, hopefully fixing some of that. It is alpha software not beta software :).

Try the newer version, let me know if it works any better. It does has some bugs too sadly. I am working on this in my spare time, so if anyone would like to contribute any bug fixes, go over to the sourceforge site. - Jan 05 2006
Here is another script that may help some folks. This script will erase your session then restart KDE. I'll integrate this into the package during next release:


DLG=`kdialog --title "Erasing Session - Restarting KDE" --progressbar "Time until shutdown..." 10`

TIME="10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1"
for loop in $TIME ; do

dcop "$DLG" "setProgress" $TIMELEFT
dcop "$DLG" "setLabel" "Your session will be erased. Time until session is erased and KDE is restarted: $loop seconds."
sleep 1
touch $HOME/.kde/status/kderestart
dcop "$DLG" 'close'
dcop "ksmserver" "ksmserver" 'logout' '0' '0' '0'
rm ~/.kde/share/config/session/*
cat ~/.kde/share/config/ksmserverrc | grep -i '[^[command]]' > ~/.kde/share/config/ksmserverrc - Oct 09 2005