Hi, I have Debian/woody on my laptop here (actually rather old one -- Compaq Presario 1200) and I have upgraded to KDE 3.2.2 from packages on "deb http://download.kde.org/stable/latest/Debian stable main" (credative packages). I understand that these packages are still in alpha stage of packaging, so I am not complaining that there are many problems with the packages, but I would love to know, where I could direct my questions and/or bug reports (I have just rejected a bug report from bugs.debian.org, because they do not want to support packages they do not make; and I guess that I would be kicked out from bugs.kde.org for similar reasons). So let me put here couple of pet peeves, which I have not found a solution for yet (and beware, that I am not a programmer, so some of my questions may be rather clueless): 1) One of the reasons I have switched to Debian a couple of years ago was that there is a one policy, which is supposed to be followed by all packages, because I was really sick by all different packages doing the same things in their own ways. I was therefore unpleasantly surprised when I found that these packages screwed up /etc/X11/Xsession mechanism (or that they do not use it at all). Isn't this against a Debian policy of some sort? I was able to make gpg-agent working by my personal .xprofile, but there doesn't seem to be a good way how to make it work system-wide. 2) Help doesn't work. At all. There are all help pages installed in my system (like /usr/share/doc/kde/HTML/en/kmail/index.docbook), but when I try to open help page for KMail (if it was possible directly from KMail it would be better, but there is Help menu missing) from KHelpCenter I get only the error message "Požadovaný dokument s nápovědou nebyl nalezen. Ujistěte se, že jste nainstalovali dokumentaci." ("The required document with help was not found. Make sure, that documentation has been installed."). Of course, that I have installed documentation (the above-mentioned file is there), but I have to persuade khelpcenter to find it? 3) Somebody on this list mentioned that in 3.2.2 pinentry-qt was made part of the basic KDE so it should be installed in /usr/lib/pinentry directory. There is no such directory on my system and because pinentry-qt from "deb http://www.opensides.be/debian woody main" does not work for me, I have to use pinetry-gtk. Thanks for any answer, Matej Cepl -- Matej Cepl, http://www.ceplovi.cz/matej GPG Finger: 89EF 4BC6 288A BF43 1BAB 25C3 E09F EF25 D964 84AC 138 Highland Ave. #10, Somerville, Ma 02143, (617) 623-1488 ..every Man has a Property in his own Person. This no Body has any Right to but himself. The Labour of his Body, and the Work of his Hands, we may say, are properly his. .... The great and chief end therefore, of Mens uniting into Commonwealths, and putting themselves under Government, is the Preservation of their Property. -- John Locke, "A Treatise Concerning Civil Government"