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Re: [kde-linux] Konqueror KDE-4.8 BRANCH




Dale posted on Mon, 16 Jan 2012 17:35:33 -0600 as excerpted:

> Duncan wrote:
>> yahoo-pier_andreit posted on Mon, 16 Jan 2012 11:23:45 +0100 as
>> excerpted:
>>
>>>> In Konqueror: Tools ->  View Filter

>>> I cannot find Tools ->  view filter in konqueror !!

>> Note that konqueror has several profiles and that when the
>> webbrowser personality is active, it probably won't show
>> the tools, view filter option

> Well, I selected File Manager mode and I still don't see it.  Actually,
> that's the only way I use Konqueror.  I do my web browsing with
> Seamonkey and sometimes Firefox.
> 
> I'm on 4.7 if that matters.

I'm on 4.8-rc2, but I don't think that's it as I remember it being there 
for awhile.  Maybe it's an add-on?

Actually, I just checked my /usr/lib64/kde4/ dir looking for potential 
candidate *.so files, did a test rename on a likely candidate, and 
confirmed that's it!  Here on gentoo/amd64 (x86 simply omit the 64 in the 
path, other distros may have it in opt or elsewhere, but this should be 
reasonably standard for the mainline distros):

/usr/lib/kde4/dirfilterplugin.so

equery belongs dirfilterplugin.so says:

kde-base/konq-plugins-4.7.97 (/usr/lib64/kde4/dirfilterplugin.so)

So for gentooers it's the konq-plugins package.  For other distros... 
rpmfind.net says konqueror-plugins provides that for some distros 
(OpenSuSE, for instance), konq-plugins (same as gentoo) for others 
(centos/fedora/mandriva/mageia), and/or the larger unsplit metapackages 
kdebase (fedora) or kde-baseapps (fedora rawhide, the 4.8 rcs).

If I knew a site like rpmfind for debian-based distros, I'd check it as 
well, but I don't, so...  But one way or another, that should provide 
enough info to find it in debian-based and other distros as well, since 
most distros provide /some/ way to lookup package based on a filename, 
and most will use something close to the above package names in any case.

-- 
Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
"Every nonfree program has a lord, a master --
and if you use the program, he is your master."  Richard Stallman

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