I downloaded Promethius this morning and installed it on my desktop. WOW! As Steven Irwin would say: “What a little beauty!” I generally use GNOME, but Plasma 5 looks so nice and works well, considering it’s only been out for a short time.
You guys/girls did a great job putting this together. I’m going to be using it to see how I like it and I may decide to keep it, even though I love GNOME. Who knows, you might even convert me to KE.
The only problems I’ve had so far are with the menu items and broken packages. It seem that the cursor needs to be lined up near the bottom of the app title, just about that orange bar that appears on the menu when you move the cursor. If I click directly on the app name on the menu, he app doesn’t start. If I click near the bottom of the app name, it starts.
The other problem I had was trying to isntall the Muon package manager. I tried with Muon Discover, as well as with the command line. Here’s the error message I get:
[quote]The following packages have unmet dependencies:
muon : Depends: libmuonprivate2 (= 2.2.0-0ubuntu7) but 2.2.0-0ubuntu12 is to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
I’m getting the same response from the system, i.e., that “muon : Depends: libmuonprivate2 (= 2.2.0-0ubuntu7) but 2.2.0-0ubuntu12 is to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.”
Muon (Package Manager) is not installed. The problem is that I can’t install it, due to a conflict in libraries… unless you’re referring to Muon Discover and Muon Updater? Are you saying to remove all Muon packages, including Muon Discover and Muon Updater?