|Alle Thursday 09 April 2009, hai scritto:|
> I'm using KDE 4 since the beginning (on Sid with experimental packages).
> Yesterday I've upgraded to KDE 422 and migrate my .kde4 to .kde
> Some hardware related things are not working anymore since the upgrade
> (I'm using a laptop):
> - phonon says that the sound card has been removed
> - the network-manager applet put the wifi controler on off and thus
> doesn't access wifi networks, it also crash the whole plasma desktop when
> I try to change the number of wifi networks displayed.
> - the battery monitor plasma applet doesn't detect the battery any more
> - powerdevil can't restore the display after suspend to ram.
> I've checked with Fedora 10 that all theses components are still working
> I've upgraded several other packages at the same time I've upgraded KDE,
> so may be this is not KDE related, but browsing the list of packages I
> can't found any related one, except may be acpid.
> So, before investigate and make some bug reports, I wonder if this is KDE
> known problems ?
Hi, I'm just guessing, but yesterday I had a problem with crucial packages, they remained un-configured because of splashy. If you have splashy my suggestion is to remove it, see this bug for more infos:
I have got all the kind of strange behaviors with wi-fi, battery and so on until I removed it.
My advise is not to use plasma-widget-networkmanagement since it is still in hard developing, come back to knetworkmanager or nm-applet.
Hope this helps