Shared desktop ontologies – Nepomuk

I wanted to let people (especially newbies) know who are building kdebase. Shared desktop ontologies has now become the required package for building kdebase. It can be downloaded from here. Untar the file and run cmake. This package is required for the Nepomuk.

Comments (6)

Alexis MenardNovember 28th, 2009 at 3:20 am

There is a bug with your rss feed…probably a datetime issue, you post all your previous blogs entries in planetkde.

sujithNovember 28th, 2009 at 4:21 am

Yah. just now I noticed that. I will fix it right now. But I noticed that someone had commented my blog entry in the planetkde. I wonder who had done that 🙁

David Gabriel RodriguezJanuary 12th, 2010 at 3:09 am

But, I can not to compile the kde-packages that use shared-desktop-ontologies, because not find this package, may you help us? An embrace and God bless you.

sujithJanuary 12th, 2010 at 5:13 am

@David Gabriel Rodriguez Its already added in the kdebase. So yuo should be able to compile it imho 🙂

rainbowsallyNovember 4th, 2011 at 7:18 am

I have openSUSE 11.4 and I get an inordinate amount of noise when I launch something like konqueror or kwrite from the commandline (not root).

Do other distros have this issue? Is it a KDE issue?

I have added “export $(dbus-launch) to my /root/.bashrc just to keep kdesu from crashing (taking drkonqi with it) when I use kdesu as root (which can happen up in scripts that are to be used as either root or a user).

I have dialup but I’m considering d/loading kde 4.7 *IF* this fixes the problems.

Among the problems are incorrectly deleted widgets (leaking standalone popups) and deprecated signals… lots of great “assert” output, but it looks like nobody read them.

Note: kdg-su doesn’t spit out all this noise, but then it’s a script. And we can see in that script that they suppress errors and warning by redirecting the output to the null device.

Thanks

rainbowsallyNovember 5th, 2011 at 12:52 am

woops.. a typo. I meant xdg-su not kdg-su.

Feel free to correct that or let this be the correction.

Hey! Thanks for the page here. 🙂

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