#kde - Mon 26 Feb 2007 between 13:28 and 13:50

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pinotreethere are some options
Jonny0starsis it normally in configure panel ?
pinotreeyep
or kde control center -> desktop -> taskbar
Jonny0starsthe option must be disabled if you have beryl :-(
kkerwinHi. Is there a commandline interface to kaddressbook?
milianwhat's PAM? and is it bad, if cmake says "PAM not found" when configuring kdebase?
pinotreekkerwin: try asking in #kontact
kkerwinmilian: PAM is what handles authentication in UNIX
milianok: bad or ok if it's not found?
kkerwinmilian: I would say that yes, it is bad.
milian: What distro are you using?
miliankubuntu
kkerwinmilian: Try searching for and installing pam packages in your distro.
pinotree: Thanks for the referral.
milian: I'm not sure which package it is that you're missing ...
milianthank's I'll try installing libpam-dev
which actually is libpam0g-dev
I'll report back thereafter
kkerwinmilian: Try: "sudo apt-get check"
milianand just a side note: if it's bad - why doesn't it get highlighted more? it justs says pam not found but starts compiling
kkerwinmilian: I will no longer be here, but I'm sure that you can find some help. ;-)
pinotreemilian: because it's an optional dependancy
kkerwinmilian: PAM stands for "Pluggable Authentication Modules". Emphasis on the "plugable"
milianok, that was the correct hint
kkerwinmilian: Ya. pluggable = optional.
milianit found pam now
thanks :)
kkerwinmilian: No problem. Good luck.
milian@pinotree: yes it's optional but when I don't have libsmbclient-dev installed it says that I'll lose functionality (very good highlighted) - and it seems to be optional just as well
pinotreeit is optional as well
milianso maybe pam should be added in this "highlighted missing optional dependency" thing
:D
pinotreeif you compile something, you should take care of what happens
and, making sure that the required libraries are there is done only once
if you do it now, if you recompile kdebase in, say, a month, you'll have already the libraries needed (or most of)
milianyep, I know that.. I think my point gets lost when I'm translating my thoughts into English ;) nevermind though
and thanks for the feedback
pinotreeit seems you've never compiled kde3 - its configure it's plain b&w as well
miliannope, I never compiled kde3 - I just started using linux a year ago

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