Mod-merged.EDIT: yes, that's the correct way to use the report button, by the way
Forum posts are less likely to get dev's attention, file a bug report.
Mark [solved] please.
Why not just modify the PKGBUILD? Or submit a bug report.
Also if any drives are shared don't mount them.
Hi Mr. Elendig, 'report' button exists for a reason .And superpronker, please familiarize yourself with our Forum Etiquette especially the part about necro-bumping (number 11).Closed.
darkmav wrote:So, where exactly are these environment variables stored and how do I flush them out?Where did you put them? Because obviously they were put in place by you.Hint:- /etc/profile and related.
Considering how widely used qt is, don't you think everyone else who's using qt (meaning all KDE users and some others) would also be experiencing this?
ifplugd? Which is used by net-auto-wired from netcfg.