Re: Problem with Gnome
- From: "Just a Quick Letter from Chad" <acidrain olywa net>
- To: "dale chesser" <squatex nettaxi com>, "Tom Deprez" <Tom Deprez uz kuleuven ac be>
- Cc: <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Problem with Gnome
- Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 05:12:09 -0800
I have noticed when i was running 1.0.1 and under i had alot of the same
problems with gnome and when i was using the rpm's i would suggest compiling
gnome it has seemed to work about 100,000x better and e-0.15.4 works much
better 0.15.3 had some bugs that effected the panel you should also make
sure your running the latest components 1.0.5 of gnome-libs and 1.0.3 of
gnome-core with gtk-1.2.1 that gets rid of the gtk+-1.2.1 nags.
p.s. thanks for that gtk+1.2.1 url to those who replyed
----- Original Message -----
From: dale chesser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Tom Deprez <Tom.Deprez@uz.kuleuven.ac.be>
Sent: Friday, March 26, 1999 4:42 AM
Subject: Re: Problem with Gnome
>I have had soooo many problems running Gnome with Enlightenment -
>especialy with core dumps and constant crashes of various kinds. Since I
>installed window maker gnome has yet to give me any problems.I suggest
>you try window maker ( www.windowmaker.org ). Made all my problems go away
>On Fri, 26 Mar 1999, Tom Deprez wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm new to Linux and since yesterday new to Gnome, so forgive me for my
>> stupid questions.
>> I followed the installation instructions at the gnome web-page. And
>> installing everything went very well, but....
>> When I logout (through the panel), mostly of the time, Gnome doesn't
>> logout's it just freezes. Clicking on the background still gives me
>> but the gnome panel is freezed. Mostly of the time I've reset the PC
>> because everything is locked. I also see that I get several core-dumps!
>> Mostly in the directory of .desktop-gnome and sometimes in the home
>> Has somebody already seen this? Has somebody a solution to this problem?
>> This PC is also a 133Mhz. With only 64MbRam. So it's kinda slow. Is there
>> way to show a clock or something to let the user know the program is
>> I can see a clock when you change the themes of enlightenment. But not
>> starting Gnome. And it takes some while...
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Regards, Tom.
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