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Old 01-01-2008, 10:47 PM
Clark
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Another problem,

1. Dolphin gives an error message on closure "Dolphin can't save
bookmarks ......"
2. How do I copy the error message so I can paste it into a Email and
forward it.

Thanks,

Clark.

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Old 01-02-2008, 03:10 AM
Donn
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

> 2. How do I copy the error message so I can paste it into a Email and
> forward it.
I have not bothered with Dolphin, but the general recipe is to start apps from
a konsole when you are keen on seeing output. Not all apps will output
anything, but some have flags that tell them to. You can then select that and
paste it into wherever.

So:
1. Open konsole
2. Type:
dolphin
3. Hit enter.
4. Do what you did to get the error, look at the output on the cli.

Failing all that, you'd have to start taking screenshots
(install ksnapshot, that's quite handy.)

d

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Old 01-02-2008, 06:33 AM
deguz
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

> 1. Dolphin gives an error message on closure "Dolphin can't save
> bookmarks ......"


Hi!

This helped me in the same problem:
Try: sudo chown <yourusername> <thefileitmentions>
I hope it helps.

deguz

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Old 01-02-2008, 07:40 AM
Terence Simpson
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Clark wrote:
> Another problem,
>
> 1. Dolphin gives an error message on closure "Dolphin can't save
> bookmarks ......"
> 2. How do I copy the error message so I can paste it into a Email and
> forward it.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Clark.
>
>
expanding on what deguz said, "sudo -r chown $(whoami):
~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/" will fix that.
This happens when you run dolphin (or any GUI) with sudo (as opposed to
kdesu/kdesudo).

Terence


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Old 01-02-2008, 06:51 PM
Clark
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Terence Simpson wrote:

Clark wrote:


Another problem,

1. Dolphin gives an error message on closure "Dolphin can't save
bookmarks ......"
2. How do I copy the error message so I can paste it into a Email and
forward it.

Thanks,

Clark.




expanding on what deguz said, "sudo -r chown $(whoami):
~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/" will fix that.
This happens when you run dolphin (or any GUI) with sudo (as opposed to
kdesu/kdesudo).

Terence




Thanks Terence,



as a someone new to Linux the above though no doubt helpful to the
experienced Linux user, is meaningless to me.* Can you or someone
explain or describe more fully what this means, how much of the above
is entered on the command line, is the ~ a literal entry or does it
imply prior knowledge.* Assistance please, what goes where and how
much.* And by the way is this a reported Bug?



Clark

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Old 01-02-2008, 07:20 PM
Terence Simpson
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Clark wrote:
> Terence Simpson wrote:
>> Clark wrote:
>>
>>> Another problem,
>>>
>>> 1. Dolphin gives an error message on closure "Dolphin can't save
>>> bookmarks ......"
>>> 2. How do I copy the error message so I can paste it into a Email
>>> and forward it.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Clark.
>>>
>>>
>> expanding on what deguz said, "sudo -r chown $(whoami):
>> ~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/" will fix that.
>> This happens when you run dolphin (or any GUI) with sudo (as opposed to
>> kdesu/kdesudo).
>>
>> Terence
>>
>>
>>
> Thanks Terence,
>
> as a someone new to Linux the above though no doubt helpful to the
> experienced Linux user, is meaningless to me. Can you or someone
> explain or describe more fully what this means, how much of the above
> is entered on the command line, is the ~ a literal entry or does it
> imply prior knowledge. Assistance please, what goes where and how
> much. And by the way is this a reported Bug?
>
> Clark
>
>
Hi, Everything inside the quotes is supposed to go on the command line,
just copy & paste that line (when you enter ~ into a shell it get's
replaced by the location of your home directory, usually /home/username).
This particular bug happens when the application is ran with sudo (the
command you prefix other commands to run them with root privileges), so
when that application tries to save a file (your bookmarks in this case)
it writes it as root. The problem with sudo is that it keeps your
current home directory set, rather than setting it to roots, this can
cause problems as you've found out.
The bug as been reported against kdesudo a while ago (and has been fixed
to my knowledge). kdesu and kdesudo do some special things to set the
right environment up before running the graphical application that sudo
does not (as it's only supposed to be used for command line
applications), so just remember to use kdesu to run graphical
applications as root if you ever need to.

The link to the bug report is <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/155032>

I hope this has answered all your questions

Terence


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Old 01-02-2008, 07:40 PM
Nils Kassube
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Terence Simpson wrote:
> expanding on what deguz said, "sudo -r chown $(whoami):
> ~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/" will fix that.

I think the command should rather be this:

sudo chown -R $(whoami):$(whoami) ~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/


Nils

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Old 01-02-2008, 07:57 PM
Christian Schult
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Hello Terence,

Terence Simpson wrote:

> Hi, Everything inside the quotes is supposed to go on the command line,
> just copy & paste that line (when you enter ~ into a shell it get's
> replaced by the location of your home directory, usually /home/username).
> This particular bug happens when the application is ran with sudo (the
> command you prefix other commands to run them with root privileges), so
> when that application tries to save a file (your bookmarks in this case)
> it writes it as root. The problem with sudo is that it keeps your
> current home directory set, rather than setting it to roots, this can
> cause problems as you've found out.

It's not a bug in sudo, it works as designed. See option -H.


Christian


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Old 01-02-2008, 09:34 PM
Terence Simpson
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Christian Schult wrote:
> Hello Terence,
>
> Terence Simpson wrote:
>
>
>> Hi, Everything inside the quotes is supposed to go on the command line,
>> just copy & paste that line (when you enter ~ into a shell it get's
>> replaced by the location of your home directory, usually /home/username).
>> This particular bug happens when the application is ran with sudo (the
>> command you prefix other commands to run them with root privileges), so
>> when that application tries to save a file (your bookmarks in this case)
>> it writes it as root. The problem with sudo is that it keeps your
>> current home directory set, rather than setting it to roots, this can
>> cause problems as you've found out.
>>
>
> It's not a bug in sudo, it works as designed. See option -H.
>
>
> Christian
>
>
I didn't say it was a bug in sudo, I said there was a bug in kdesudo.

Terence


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Old 01-02-2008, 09:35 PM
Terence Simpson
 
Default Dolphin Can't save Bookmarks?

Nils Kassube wrote:
> Terence Simpson wrote:
>
>> expanding on what deguz said, "sudo -r chown $(whoami):
>> ~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/" will fix that.
>>
>
> I think the command should rather be this:
>
> sudo chown -R $(whoami):$(whoami) ~/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/
>
>
> Nils
>
>
Both work, if you don't fill in a group it uses your primary group.

Terence


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