When I use the Konsole command I get this message:
kf.xmlgui: Shortcut for action “” “Show shortcuts” set with QAction::setShortcut()! Use KActionCollection::setDefaultShortcut(s) instead.
kf.xmlgui: Shortcut for action “” “Show SSH manager” set with QAction::setShortcut()! Use KActionCollection::setDefaultShortcut(s) instead.
I’ve searched the web but have found things that I don’t feel like trying at random.
I state that I’ve only been using Manjaro for a few months and I don’t have many technical skills on this so.
Can anyone help me remove that annoying message?
Thanks for the replies
I see that it is not something that blocks the action.
My problem is that I made a Python application that launches .sh shell scripts via a graphical interface that I wanted to publish on GitHub and I wanted to add a video showing how it works.
But with those lines of error it’s just ugly to see.
That’s why I wanted to remove them.
Thank you for your availability anyway, I’ll see if I can find a graphic solution to hide these lines.
I tried your advice “konsole 2> /dev/null” and it works fine from terminal but I don’t see how I can apply it when I call my command “konsole -e /home/pit/execute/borg/execute/list.sh” which launch in Python with subprocess.Popen(args), maybe adding something inside the sh script?
in the call i added > /dev/null
konsole -e /home/pit/execute/borg/execute/list.sh > /dev/null
in the bash profile .zshrc
if I open a konsole and with the Python command run_sh.py
it works, so I can make the video I wanted.
Now I have to understand why when instead I launch it from run_sh.desktop that points to a launch .sh instead it doesn’t work.