Yes, but only starting from version 0.2.3. Previous KLibido versions will have problems.
Compile fails with something like "Cannot find db_cxx.h"
Short answer: assure you have the Berkeley db (aka db4) develepment and c++ support files (includes, libs, etc...) installed and symlink the includes to /usr/include.
Long answer: the "configure" macro I'm using doesn't find Berkeley Db includes unless they're in /usr/include. Some distribution installs them in /usr/include/db-<version>; if this is your case, you have to symlink every include in /usr/include/db-<version> to /usr/include
Alternate solution: If you don't want (or can not) add simlinks, pass --with-extra-includes=<your BerkeleyDb include dir> to ./configure
Linking needs /usr/lib/libdb_cxx.so, which is a simlink to the "real" Berkeley Db library (i.e.: libdb_cxx-<version>.so). On some distro (e.g.: Fedora core 3) this symbolic link doesn't exist: create it.
To correctly compile KLibido, you need /usr/include/uudeview.h and /usr/lib/libuu.a, from the UULib distribution.
The right place to ask for help is the KLibido-users mailing list. You can find it here
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You can also use a (configurable) shourcut key, default is Ctrl+W.
Try exiting KLibido and deleting ~/klibido/db/queue
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