Re: Problem with the control-center

My previous message must have have gotten lost:
The "Panel Test" program you see comes from the wxgtk-examples package
and has nothing to do with gnome (it just happens to be first in path).
Either uninstall the package or rearange your path.
In addition if you want to start gnome just like any other windowmanager
or kde, create a file /usr/X11R6/bin/gnome which contains the line:

exec gnome-session

and make it executable.
Now you can start gnome using "startx gnome" or set the WINDOWMANAGER
enviroment variable to gnome and do just startx.


HpG wrote:
> Nils Holland wrote:
> > [snip]
> >
> > 2. The second, more serious problem: When I now start GNOME, I don't get
> > a panel. Instead, I just get a window in the middle of the screen that
> > says "Panel Test". This window does nothing exept consume a lot of
> > CPU-time (yes, really). I cannot close the window (exept by killing it)
> > and when I click inside the window everything crashes (well, if I click
> > inside it I can still move the cursor but wherever I click, nothing
> > happens. Also pressing CTRL+ALT+BACKSPACE does not have any effect...)
> > By the way: I had installed the GNOME-packages that came with my
> > distribution before and the SAME problem occured! Only when I install
> > Gnome without the --prefix thing, my panel seems to work.
> >
> >
> Actually I got the same problem with the SuSE rpm's from
> I deinstalled everything on my SuSE 6.2 distro that had
> to do with GNOME and installed all the files from the above
> FTP directory.
> Anybody, what's wrong with these rpm's?
> By the way: For the packagers of the above mentioned rpm's.
> The package libglade-0.7-1.i386.rpm of the FTP-site has another
> name in SuSE 6.2 Distro. There it is called libglad-something.rpm
> (missing e).
> So, if someone still has the old (original) SuSE libglad-...
> installed, rpm yelds an error when trieing to rpm -Uvh
> libglade-0.7-1.i386.rpm
> because files with the same name exist in another package.
> Perhaps, it is possible the change that?
> Hanspeter
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