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I ended up removing random config files with the name plasma in them. The one that worked was: cd ~/.config mv plasma-org.kde.plasma.desktop-appletsrc \ plasma-org.kde.plasma.desktop-appletsrc.bak Then restart plasmashell: kbuildsycoca5 && kquitapp plasmashell && kstart plasmashell


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I poked around my config files a bit and found a ~/.config/kscreenlockerrc file with contents [Daemon] Timeout=99 and was able to confirm this was the correct file by changing the 'Lock screen after' setting in the System Settings application (Desktop Behavior -> Screen Locking) and observing the Timeout value change. I also filed a bug against ...


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Ok, I figured it out, KDE's default file manager "Dolphin" wasn't installed, if anyone faces this problem, please open konsole(terminal) and run this command: sudo yum install dolphin konsole This will install Dolphin and you won't have to do anything else.


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You can remove these unknown lines from /usr/share/mime/subclasses sudo cp /usr/share/mime/subclasses /usr/share/mime/subclasses.bak sudo vim /usr/share/mime/subclasses # remove all lines containing unknown mime types e.g. application/vnd.ms-excel The result of diff diff /usr/share/mime/subclasses.bak /usr/share/mime/subclasses should be like this.


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I go the locale way:Backup your /etc/locale.conf file. do locale > /etc/locale.conf Edit the locale.conf file appropriately (eg. lang set to en_US but time to en_GB) All used locales (in this case en_US and en_GB) uncomment in /etc/locale.gen and run locale-gen. Reboot. EDIT: Make sure to always use the .UTF-8 (iso would work too, is not ...


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Open the kde.svgz file with inkscape resized the frame first then modify your image to match the frame. I make the image double what I need because once you resized everything in inkscape you control the actual size that's viewed by editing your main.qml file. That to control the size just modify: sourceSize.height: 128 sourceSize.width: 128 E.g., mine ...


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Regarding your memory issue, have you checked whether your Fedora distro is a x32 or x64 version? This might explain why only 3GiB of your memory is indexed by your OS and not the whole amount...


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globot's answer applies to KDE 4, and this question was written for KDE 4, but now that there is KDE Plasma 5, some paths have changed. If you are having this issue on KDE Plasma 5, you should remove the line that begins with MenuBar= from this file: ~/.config/ksysguardrc Here is a one-liner command that can restore KSysGuard's menu bar in KDE Plasma 5: ...



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