Newbie Digikam Plugins
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 10, 2012
Does anybody know how to install Digikam plugins? I'm a linux newbie and have installed Digikam but from what I can make out to install the plugins you download a tarball (I have digikam -2.9.0.tar.bz2) extract it and install it. Problem I have is having extracted it I believe I have to compile it and there it stops. Any advice from a Digikam user would be much appreciated - I would like to have these plugins to enjoy the full power of Digikam.
Plugins missing in digikam 0.10 (ubuntu jaunty)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 13, 2009
I've just installed the Ubuntu Jaunty beta, which includes digikam 0.10 and am getting some strange behaviour. I have the kipi-plugins package installed, and when I go to Settings->Configure Digiakam -> Kipi plugins I see all the expected plugins listed. But they are not accessible from the menus. The Batch and Export menus are empty, and the normal plugins are not listed in the Image menu. Anyone know what could be causing this?
No kipi Plugins in Digikam or Gwenview
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 11, 2011
pkgtool tells me that I have Digikam 1.9 and kipi plugins 1.9 both installed. However when I run digikam no kipi plugins are detected. The tab in the configure Digikam menu for kipi plugin config is empty. Gwenview also shows no plugins.
A few weeks ago these plugins were there and even working. I was experimenting with various "export-to-web-services" plugins. What has happened to these useful extensions?
[SOLVED] digiKam Install Problem Missing Plugins?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 10, 2006
I have installed digiKam, but have a few problems. Or possibly one problem with a few symptoms. They are:
I can't find the “Find Duplicate Images” function. When I previously had digiKam installed, I know this function existed
When I go Tools – Batch Processes, I get an empty list. Last time, I know I had a whole list here
When I go Settings – Configure digiKam, and select Kipi Plugins, I get zero plugins found. I don't recall what I used to have, but I'm pretty sure, given that I've got digiKamimageplugins installed, that zero plugins found is bad.
When I go Help – digiKam Handbook, I get “The requested help file could not be found. Check that you have installed the documentation.”. Now I'm starting to think the packages haven't put all the right files in all the right places.
Details of my system:Slackware 10.2
KDE 3.4 (as per Slack 10.2 discs)
Following packages installed from www.linuxpackages.net:
Pcsx2 Cant Choose Plugins Directory
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 17, 2007
I compiled pcsx2 from here.
It won't allow me to use a empty directory I made for a plugins directory. Everytime I try, it makes a new pop up message.
Ubuntu, Wayland, X11 Plugins and Gaming
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 12, 2010
I'm sure everyone has heard by now that Ubuntu plans on ditching X11 for Wayland by next year. Nvidia has already stressed that they do not plan on supporting Wayland (at least, in time for its inclusion into Ubuntu). Mention of an X11 plugin to enable Compiz effects in Unity was mentioned, but I think that all of this might have a slightly negative effect in regards to gaming in Ubuntu.
There have already been a lot of complaints with how Ubuntu removed oss support from the kernel, basically, breaking most third party games. And with the huge number of complaints of sound issues when using padsp, this already doesn't look good. And now, to have a plugin in Wayland that will supposedly enable Compiz effects, are we to believe that we will get proper 3D support by using a plugin?
Of course, I am using the term "plugin" the way it was mentioned in the initial post (found here). But, I don't think that it is going to be as easy as just writing a plugin. There would have to
9.04 Fresh Install: Unable to download pictures into digikam/fspot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 29, 2009
I've been an Ubuntu user for a long time. I upgraded from Hardy to Jaunty by doing a fresh install of Jaunty (Ubuntu, not Kubuntu) and wiping out my Hardy root partition.
After the install, I had a few problems most of which are resolved except this one. I cannot seem to download pictures from my digital camera using digikam. Nautilus shows that the camera is mounted and I can even see the pictures via Nautilus. Digikam seems to autodetect the camera, but is unable to download the pictures. Digikam simply says that it failed to connect. No error messages. Looking in /var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog gave no hint of the problem.
For what it's worth I'm having the problem with Picasa3 and F-Spot too.
This worked perfectly well with Hardy.
Thanks for any assistance,
When I try to copy libflashplayer.so into my plugins folder to get flash, I cant.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 9, 2011
I try to copy this file "libflashplayer.so" into "usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins" and it gives me an error saying that I am not the owner and I am unable to do so.
How to I remedy this?
Flash / Java Plugins in Firefox 2.0 under Ubuntu (Dapper)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 17, 2006
I know the question pops up a lot, but my situation seems to be unique . I'm using the new Firefox 2.0 and Ubuntu Dapper Drake.
This is what I have tried...
- When I first visited a site that had flash and java, Firefox told me I needed plugins. Like a true fool, I clicked on the 'Install Missing Plugins' button. It failed.
- I tried installing the plugins with Easy Ubuntu. Failed.
- I tried downloading the plugins and copying the files into the right directories in the terminal. Failed.
- I tried the shell script for installing that came with the Flash plugin. Failed.
- I tried Automatix. It told me it succeeded... but still nothing under 'about: plugins' and I can't see flash or java.
- I tried removing all traces of flash and java from my /usr/lib/firefox directory via the terminal and uninstalling them through Automatix, then re-installing them through Automatix... still no luck.
Does anyone have any idea what I am doing wrong?
How to install Rhythmbox Plugins
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 2, 2012
I have tried and tried and cannot find a way to add plugins to Rhythmbox. I added them to the .gnome2/Rhytmbox/plugins, and still they will not show up. I went through multiple tutorials and no dice, can someone please help me with a step by step solution?
This is one of the plugins:
and here is the other:
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