Re: [kde-linux] KNotes Migration Tool: ARGH!!!!
- Date: Fri, 01 Aug 2014 15:23:19 -0700
- From: James Tyrer <jrtyrer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde-linux] KNotes Migration Tool: ARGH!!!!
On 07/30/2014 07:42 AM, Thomas Tanghus wrote:
On Wednesday 30 July 2014 02:08 James Tyrer wrote:
On 07/29/2014 01:55 PM, Thomas Tanghus wrote:
On Monday 28 July 2014 22:51 James Tyrer wrote:
I really don't care if (some of) the developers hate me because I am too
much like Steve Jobs. I was born that way. I just think that this
stuff should work correctly before it escapes into the wild instead of
being like Ebola -- a nightmare for users.
What am I supposed to do with the: KNotes Migration Tool?
Specifically note that this is not V.x.0. I know better than to even
install that. I figure, however, that if a major screw up was allowed
to slip into the ".0" that by ".2" that it will either be fixed or
Linux from Scratch is a distribution.
Sorry, didn't notice that in your sig.
info would probably help.
Might be related to https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=333640
Did you read the above mentioned report?
I have now read through the Bug Report. It is interesting.
All that I can report is that I do have migrated Notes in what appears
to be the correct place in $HOME/.local/share/notes as described in the
Bug Report. However I don't know how to get them to work with KNotes.
However, KNotePad will open them and they do appear to be my notes.
I also can report that my old alarms mysteriously reappeared after I
restarted KDE more than once.
It said that it would take a quite a while to run. Well, it has been
running about 6 hours (AMD 4400+) and it has eaten _ALL_ my alarms from
KAlarm and KNotes are different apps.
Yes, but they both have *.ics files. I was rather surprised when I saw
pop up messages about KAlarm when it was supposedly migrating KNotes
files. I tried this again and apparently it was just a coincidence.
For me it helped killing and restarting KAlarm.
I find that I still have the old files. Removing the new Akondi files
and restarting KDE restored my alarms. But only once. Perhaps I was
lucky or perhaps it was because there were active alarms pending.
Also, I think that it was just a coincidence that I was receiving error
messages about the alarms while the KNote migrator was running.
I am still getting KAlarm error message pop up windows occasionally.
I will try the KDEPIM-Users list. Perhaps someone can tell me how to
configure KNotes by hand.
So, basically, now I have two applets that I found useful that don't
work. This is not what a user should expect on a STABLE release.
Try to run knotes-migrator again. If that doesn't help, you'd better ask at
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