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- May 29 2015, 12:19 PM (184 w, 3 d)
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Ok, I found it. It looks like you are in the disabled-developers group. Not sure why... Were you inactive in KDE for some time?
Oh and please add
Maybe ship this first. If you want to add bad sectors and power cycles (which I am fine with), then in a separate commit.
Can you attach some before and after screenshot? I think this is usually customary with GUI changes.
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Nov 1 2018
Actually now I'm thinking, maybe we should always read KNAME for devices and partitions and store it. We need it in quite a few places in the code and I think right now we just follow symlinks.
It fixes the problem for me. So in principle it can go in. I would probably put on command line parameter per line, easier to read.
Oct 29 2018
Yeah, then it should be defined for VolumeGroupDevice in the GUI and LVM VG, RAID devices should implement their methods...
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Line 89 in https://api.kde.org/frameworks/kio/html/ktcpsocket_8cpp_source.html suggests that it is the same as QSsl:SecureProtocols.
I don't mess with keyboards enough to be able to say whether this is a good feature or a change that will be annoying.
Oct 25 2018
I tested this patch and it works for me.
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Maybe it be better to use SI abbreviations with decimals?
With SI units we always use the same symbol, it's 1 km, 3.5 km, 0.5 km, etc...
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Maybe make DocTools optional if you already touch it...
Sep 4 2018
By the way, is there any backtrace? Just so that we can compare it to some of those crash on exit bugs on bugzilla... (e.g. https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=384476)
Well, I guess good to go since it fixes crashes on exit. I wonder if it's the same crash on exit many people were getting but I can't reproduce.
Can you fix a spelling mistake in the comment? (casuses)
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Thanks for letting me know!