Re: Browsers can connect but Konqueror not (Was: What is ASSERT: "!icon.isEmpty()" ?)
On 06/05/2007 05:24 PM, Bruno Costacurta wrote:
On Wednesday 06 June 2007 00:04, Mumia W.. wrote:
On 06/05/2007 02:20 PM, Bruno Costacurta wrote:
my Konqueror simply cannot browse Internet (others browsers can) and all
setup looks fine (eg. no proxy or whatelse).
Starting konqueror from a session to see what happens (by the way, an
output debug info from konqueror is available?) I received following
Is this related to my non-working Konqueror ?
Hello again Mr. Costacurta. Please don't change the subject line when
you post again about the same subject. Try to keep your messages about
the same issue in the same thread. When you want to reply to someone,
please click the reply button in Kmail.
Failure to keep your messages together confuses and annoys some people.
What distribution of Debian are you using?
What versions of KDE and konqueror are you using?
If you have a web server running on your local machine, can you use
konqueror to browse that web server? http://localhost/
If you are using Sid, you could be in the middle of the KDE upgrade
that's happening in Sid. I don't know what ASSERT:"!icon.isEmpty()"
means, but it doesn't look good for konqueror if it's saying that. Tell
us exactly what konqueror does; does it immediately exit?
first, sorry for confusion about mismatch subject line.
About your questions:
versions are Debian 4-etch, kde & konqueror = 3.5.5.
And yes I have the same problem with apache server (which works fine under
other browser eg. Iceweasel).
konqueror exits immediately with this message :
An error occurred while loading http://www.google.be/:
Could not connect to host http://www.google.be/.
Create a new user account and test konqueror. Perhaps something in your
~/.kde/ configuration directory has become corrupted.
Also tell us if you can use konqueror as a file manager to browse local
directories--in both the old and new accounts.