Yes, I still have Kaya installed and am using it right now. I have not had time to test everything, but I'm pleasantly surprised at how much of the system is working fine.
There are still rough edges to fix, though ... For example, I just tried to use Texmaker (a LaTeX editor) for the first time. The program itself opens OK, but when I try to open a .tex
file with Texmaker (via its File > Open
menu), a very strange-looking window opens:
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It's late, so I'll have to wait until tomorrow to see if I can figure out why this is happening ... (It's curious that if I use Geany to open a file [via its File > Open
menu), everything is fine; all of the icon names / file names appear correctly).
Thank you again for taking the time to write about Kaya Xfce. If I hadn't read your blog article, I wouldn't have made the effort to install Kaya myself.
I've been thinking, what if we remove the tutibak repository and then add the pardususer.de repository and install KDE4?
I regained the Anka Kaya virtual machine and I ran command on console:
pisi it -c desktop.kde.addon -y
it begins installing, around 155 MB but it freezes here: ImageShack.us
But well! is a virtual machine and internet connection is 1 MB......whith cellphone.