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Re: [SLE] Random lockups w/ KDE 2.0
- From: jlm@xxxxxxxxxxx (Jesse Marlin)
- Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 09:52:22 -0500 (EST)
- Message-id: <14912.51110.537855.128621@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: Jesse Marlin <jlm@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 09:52:22 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: [SLE] Random lockups w/ KDE 2.0
Jerry Kreps writes:
> It's not hard to see that trouble is brewing when the /usr/lib/qt link is
> pointing to qt-1.45 and an app requires qt-2.x . Those were the
> problems I ran into and why I scrubbed all qt and kde off my
> box and reintalled qt-2.2.2 and KDE2.0.1 from SuSE's site.
> Since doing that I've been rock solid.
> I had to give up some stuff for a while. KDevelop won't run
> without qt-1.45. Even KDevelop 2.x !!! I was disappointed
> but I'll wait till they come to their senses and build on only
> the latest qt version... QCad also doesn't work under KDE 2.x
You can go to http://www.qcad.org and get the latest version. They have both
statically and dynamically linked versions.
> with qt-2.x. Neither does BibleTime.
> On Tuesday 19 December 2000 07:41, Cleary, Mike wrote:
> > Thanks - I kinda suspected I had a problem w/ QT. I have
> > too many versions installed - version 1.45 for KDE 1.2, version
> > 2.1.1 for the Qtez development package, and 2.2.x (?) for KDE 2.0.
> > Even though I have installed them in separate directories, and only
> > reset environment variables when necessary (like running Qtez), I
> > had a feeling I was just digging myself a big hole to fall into...
> > I guess it's time to clean house :).
> > Thanks again,
> > Mike
> > Mike,
> > When I installed KDE 2.0 I decided beforehand to strip off KDE1.x.
> > I also removed qt-1.45 and cleared on the env vars.
> > Then I installed Qt-2.2.2 with full graphic support and installed
> > KDE 2.0 using SuSE's ftp files and install sh. KDE 2.0 has been
> > rock stable for me. I don't recall a single crash or lockup while
> > using it. I, too, have downloaded KDE 2.0.1 but didn't have
> > time to install them. But, since KDE has announced yet another
> > update I'll probably bypass KDE 2.0.1 and try KDE 2.1.
> > Jerry
> > On Monday 18 December 2000 10:23, Cleary_Mike@xxxxxxx wrote:
> > > Ever since I installed KDE 2.0 (NOT 2.01) I have been
> > > experiencing random system lockups. By "lockup" I mean that I
> > > can do NOTHING. I get no response from mouse or keyboard - I have
> > > to reboot the machine. I have uninstalled & reinstalled KDE 2.0
> > > (including the associated QT packages) & it's still happening.
> > > Has anyone seen this behavior before? I have downloaded all the
> > > KDE 2.01 packages but haven't had time to upgrade. I'm not sure
> > > this will make any difference anyway. The lockups occur whether
> > > I'm in KDE 2.0 or KDE 1.2. My next step was to remove KDE 2.0
> > > and just see if 1.2 runs OK for awhile. Any other ideas, or
> > > suggestions as to what to look at would be appreciated!
> > >
> > > TIA,
> > >
> > > Mike
> > >
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