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Re: [SLE] Couple of Helix Gnome questions
- From: avi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Avi Schwartz)
- Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 11:14:36 -0500
- Message-id: <395CC76C.63DEB465@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Alt+n doesn't work nor just typing the digit (since when there is an
entry field which can display a list of values -- groups for example,
the digit 3 is interpreted as an entry into the field). Unless there is
a way around, it looks like I will have to use another terminal program
when running YAST.
As for the XMMS problem, you were all right in suggesting that I will
check the output plugin. For some reason it was set to Disk Writer...
Jon Pennington wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 30, 2000 at 08:11:11AM -0500, Avi Schwartz wrote:
> > Hi everyone!
> > I am currently using Helix Gnome under Suse 6.3 and really like it. I
> > have a couple of questions though, that I hope some one can answer:
> > 1. Gnome Terminal: When running YAST1 within Gnome Terminal, the
> > function keys (F3, F4, etc.) don't work properly. I looked at the
> > preferences but I didn't see any setting that can be changed to fix
> > this.
> Try using Alt+n instead of Fn (for instance F1 becomes Alt+1, F2 becomes
> Alt+2, F10 becomes Alt+0).
> > 2. Sound: I am using the commercial OSS driver. Under KDE everything
> > works just fine. Under Gnome, only some of the applications produce
> > sound. For example, Real Player plays just fine, but XMMS is silent.
> Are you using the correct XMMS output plugin for OSS?
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