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Everything seems to work fine, did the install in English, so I don't know if the localization are now right. But one problem: Google released some days ago more than 1 million eBooks in PDF and EPUB format, but Okular can't handle EPUB in Kubuntu
- Did Arora not make it?
- Okular should be able to read EPUB format but you have to install ebook-tools
Sadly no, Okular has to be compiled with libepub0. Also ebook-tools doens't exist in the repo. The bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/424095 (edit: ebook-tools as package not, but libepub0 exists).
It would be nice if Kubuntu installer would have similar informative Installer Slideshow like the one Ubuntu has (see the link: Ubuntu Installer Slideshow). This would introduce new users to some KDE 4 applications, just like in Ubuntu's case with Gnome apps. -- mirza-dervisevic 2009-09-05 20:48:01
- After upgrading Kubuntu 9.04 to 9.10, system kept freezing right away after a boot. After investigating, I determined there was no hardware problem but was Intel's 82865G/PE/P PCI to AGP Controller not being supported properly. I am sure of it because when I boot in savemode system worked fine and when I used nVidia NV6 [Vanta/Vanta LT] VGA compatible controller, everything worked great.
It seems like it really is shaping up nicely. My biggest complaint/concern is that GRUB 2 does not recognize my other OS and I've spent alot of time trying to figure out how to create a new entry. Timewise we're talking a 5 minute fix versus the 5 hours I've tried so that is disappointing. It's even more frustrating since I didn't have the problem in Alpha 4. But the overall Linux experience is very nice and is equal to anything that Redmond has. I expect by the next version it will surpass it. UPDATE: While I was trying to look for a cause to file a bug report, not 2 hours after I wrote this there was an update that fixed the problem. Now that's service!
What happened to the big plans of the awesome boot for both Ubuntu and Kubuntu. See this https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Karmic/
How about using Oxygen-Molecule for GTK apps instead of QtCurve? It seems to integrate better and is very very highly rated on KDE-Look: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Oxygen-Molecule+KDE+%26+GTK%2B+unified+theme?content=103741
Nit-picking, but could the PackageKit plasmoid have a minimum height? Buttons look strange over the icon: https://wiki.kubuntu.org/KarmicKoala/Alpha5/Kubuntu?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=kpackagekit2.png
Other than that it's looking great!
- Kubuntu Netbook alpha 5 - Font size in GTK apps seems to be twice as big as KDE apps and no way of changing the size. Newly installed apps don't appear until netbook is rebooted.