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Bug 8312

Summary: <Find File> broken in kpackage
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: alan.hughes11
Component: kdeutilsAssignee: Bernhard Rosenkraenzer <bero>
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Description alan.hughes11 2000-01-09 18:47:02 UTC
When selecting "Find File..." in kpackage, a window is popped up allowing
you to specify a file name. When you specify a file name and click on the
Find button, the following error messages are always generated by kpackage:

    Kprocess error: Cann't start dpkg

followed by:

    Kprocess error: Cann't start kiss

Note that the mis-spelling of can't is also a part of the actual displayed
message (an uncorrected typo?).

The RPM I used to install kpackage is: kpackage-1.3.8-5. Note that this
package is not in the list of packages defined in BUGZILLA (another
problem).

Comment 1 Bernhard Rosenkraenzer 2000-01-11 17:30:59 UTC
Fixed in 1.3.10-3.