V Gates, Kameraden,
I'm using the live installer and want to use luks encryption, but didn't have an efi partition, so I'm using partitionmanager to create one on my gpt drive, but creating the space at the front of the drive is taking forever (6% after an hour) so I decided to listen to a little music on my home server, but my samba data share is hidden so I can't simply use the dolphin Remote:Network to browse to it, I need to enter the IP address. Normally with KDE dolphin it is simple to hit 'Control + L' to enter Edit mode and simply type in something like this:
But the version of dolphin on the live image won't let me do this. I'd start typing and once dolphin didn't recognize the location I was kicked back to the address I was on, /home/live. I've never seen this behavior before and a quick search for this issue for dolphin didn't show me any hits.
Yes, I could have mounted my samba share with the command line and browsed to it, but I just used konqueror and didn't have an issue, It behaved normally & I was able to mount my share and listen to my tunes. I couldn't find any setting in dolphin that seemed to control this behavior.
Your version of dolphin seems to be the standard repository version though I know you have your own KDE repository in sources.list.d (though it seems to be commented out).
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So far I'm enjoying Neptune, though of course if I get it installed I'll change many things to suit my own tasks, but I can't find a rc file in ~/.kde or ~/.config and can't figure out how to disable this annoying behavior. I love Linux, Debian & KDE because they let me do things my *wrong" way.
Any idea how to revert this behavior?