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    Recommend rebooting after installing Samba · 8a104aa4
    Nate Graham authored
    After Samba is installed, very frequently it will not work correctly until the machine is
    rebooted. One potential reason is when the installed package has made group membership
    changes, which only take effect after a reboot.
    This patch implements a reboot recommendation along with a button to reboot the machine.
    Both are shown immediately after Samba has been installed.
    Because some expert users may understand the technical details of what's going on, the
    reboot is only recommended, not required. If the window is closed and then re-opened,
    the normal Samba sharing configuration UI is displayed instead of the reboot prompt.
    Added a new function rather than using a Lambda because it may be useful for additional
    purposes too (e.g. https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=407846)
    FEATURE: 407845
    FIXED-IN: 20.04.0
    Test Plan:
    http://s1.webmshare.com/Ry55q.webm (not uploaded to Phab due to file size limit)
    1. Remove Samba
    2. Go to share a folder
    3. Click "Install Samba"
    4. After the installation has completed, click the "Restart" button and see that the machine reboots
    5. Remove Samba again
    2. Go to share a folder
    3. Click "Install Samba"
    4. Close the window and re-open it instead of rebooting as recommended
    5. See that the Samba sharing config UI is all there
    Reviewers: #vdg, #frameworks, #dolphin, apol, sitter
    Reviewed By: sitter
    Subscribers: anthonyfieroni, sitter, bruns
    Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D21466
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