# zypper install trinity-desktop
Problem: nothing provides 'libjasper.so.4()(64bit)' needed by the to be installed trinity-tdelibs-14.0.11-1.osstw.x86_64
Solution 1: do not install trinity-desktop-14.0.11-1.osstw.noarch
Solution 2: break trinity-tdelibs-14.0.11-1.osstw.x86_64 by ignoring some of its dependencies
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I ran across this on the OpenSuSE user list. It's also a problem for me at login time;
I've been starting Kmail and Konqueror manually because of it.
Will the suggestion using systemd, listed at the end, work in Trinity also?
---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> Subject: Re: Make Kwallet behave ?
> Date: 2022-08-28, 06:43:19
> From: Adam Mizerski <adam(a)mizerski.pl>
> To: users(a)lists.opensuse.org
> W dniu 28.08.2022 o 07:19, Nicolas Kovacs pisze:
> > Hi,
> > I've been a KDE user since version 2.x on Slackware more than 20 years
> > ago. I really like it for my daily work, but some details are a bit of a
> > PITA. Kwallet is one of them.
> > Here's a few scenarios that happen erratically on my Tumbleweed
> > installations.
> > 1. KDE starts, Kwallet pops up immediately and leaves me about ten
> > seconds to type in my very long GPG password. In the background,
> > applications that need a password to connect (like OwnCloud) fail and
> > have to be restarted.
> > 2. KDE starts, Wi-Fi tries to connect but fails, OwnCloud asks me for
> > the connection password, and after about a minute or so, Kwallet decides
> > to pop up too late to the show.
> > 3. KDE starts, Kwallet pops up, I type in my password fast enough, Wi-Fi
> > connects but OwnCloud asks me for the connection password even though
> > Kwallet has been opened successfully.
> > Any idea how I can make Kwallet behave ?
> > Cheers from the sunny South of France,
> > Niki
> I have the same problem.
> I just had an idea, but it needs some experimenting to check whether it
> would work. Recently KDE introduced managing it's services with systemd
> . Systemd allows to extend units using "foo.service.d" directories
> . Maybe it would be possible to inject a dependency between kwallet
> and nextcloud?
> In my case it looks like this:
> - kwallet runs under "dbus-:firstname.lastname@example.org"
> - nextcloud runs under
> - both units are "a transient unit file, created programmatically via
> the systemd API. Do not edit."
> You can see all systemd units (they form a tree) using "systemctl --user
> I'll try to do some experiments with it.
>  https://blog.davidedmundson.co.uk/blog/plasma-and-the-systemd-startup/
>  "man systemd.unit" or
> Unfortunately it's not a solution, but for the record:
Operating System: Linux
Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.4 x86_64
Desktop Environment: Trinity