RE: Konqueror & SSL works for root, problems for others
>===== Original Message From "Ivan E. Moore II" <firstname.lastname@example.org> =====
>On Fri, Jan 19, 2001 at 10:13:38AM -0700, gelfand wrote:
>> My first post to the list. Many thanks to Ivan for making
>> it possible for me to move to Debian; I'd lately been using
>> Mandrake6.1 with KDE and would not have been able to
>> switch if I couldn't run Korganizer.
>> I have installed KDE2.0, including the crypto packages.
>> Running Konqueror as root there are no problems with SSL.
>> However, as a regular user, even though I can connect using
>> SSL (as fortify.net assures me), when I try to bring up the
>> "cryptography configuration" menu there is a message in the
>> invoking shell
>> Module crypto not found!
>> Unknown child process 993 died
>as that user, run "kbuildsycoca"
>then try again
Well, that did the trick, thanks.
Where is this documented? If I were
running K's window manager would that
step not have been necessary? (But
root was running only WindowMaker, too,
so it can't be that simple.)
Any pointers would be appreciated.
Marty Gelfand, Dept of Physics, Colorado State University