[KPhotoAlbum] Upgrade totally broken on my computer

Joe josephj at main.nc.us
Fri Feb 20 20:24:01 CET 2015


SOLVED:

I asked the ppa maintainer and Dominik found the issue immediately.

Apparently he has a non-backports ppa which I was using in addition to
the backports repo
and this release is the first one where that makes a difference.

After following his instructions,the upgrade went through fine except
for one message I'll put in a separate thread.

I did see a few weirdnesses which went away when I looked at them a
second time.

1) I selected one picture and selected annotate individual images.
In the Keywords pane, the first keyword was "~".
When I got out of this and tried it again, the tilde was gone.

2) The first time I selected Annotate individual images, I'm not sure
exactly what I did, but the window ended up way too big to fit on my
screen vertically. It did not have a scroll bar, etc.
When I got out of this and tried it again, it worked fine, filling the
screen correctly.

This makes me think that (at least upgrading from 4.4 to 4.6) maybe some
things may not have had their initial values set correctly, but the new
software corrected them.

This could have been complicated by the fact that I had 4.5 installed
and then purged it while I was trying to get 4.6 to install correctly. I
also ran the save and restore script that comes with KPA in the process.

Joe

Dominik Stadler wrote:
> Hi,
>
> you seem to have my non-Kubuntu-Backports PPA set in your sources, but
> you also include the Kubuntu-Backports. Previously KPhotoalbum did not
> have dependencies on these, but with the recent changes libkgeomap2
> was added and this needs to be compiled differently with newer
> versions of KDE libs that come with Kubuntu-Backports. Therefore it
> should work if you just exchange the following line:
>
> deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/dominik-stadler/dsta-trusty-ppa/ubuntu trusty main
>
> with the following
>
> deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/dominik-stadler/ppa/ubuntu trusty main
>
> i.e. use the ppa "dominik-stadler/ppa", not "dsta-trusty-ppa", then it
> should work.
>
> Dominik.

On 02/18/2015 07:33 AM, Tobias Leupold wrote:
> Hi Joe!
>
> You should file a bug about those dependency problems in KUbuntu's bug 
> tracker. This is a packaging problem that should be solved by the distributor.
>
> Apart from this, perhaps we have some Debian (or Debian derivate) user who can 
> give you some advice about how to get it working (sorry, I tun Gentoo ;-).
>
> Cheers, Tobias
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