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When slackpkg downloads the packages where does it put them. I try to make sure I keep anything I download so if I ever need to reinstall I have it. Thats why I've always manually downloaded everything
Just upgraded to 4.3.2. Most things are working but plasma keeps crashing when I try to customize the panel. Anyone know how to remove notification icon from the system tray. I would like it to pop-up when there is an actual notification (like 4.2). Also trying to remove the auto-hide option from the systray with no luck. Is this a non-removable feature?
First of all I wanted to thank the devs for this great upgrade. I've been waiting for this so long, and I was not disappointed.
Only one tiny bit of a problem for me is that the Device Notifier is not working anymore. It sits there on the panel, and when I plug in a new device it just stays quiet. Also in krusader the Media List is empty, where the mounted partitions and the attached devices used to be hanging.
I'm in the appropriate groups - I think -, and done a hal/dbus restart too.
This is on a Slackware-current.
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