We have 3 computers with Asus A8V motherboard.
1 has no raid and uses the on board Marvell Gigabit ethernet....
NO problems (driver sk98lin loaded)
2 with raid 0 , when Marvell Gigabit ethernet is used (sk98lin driver)
System locks up
3 with raid 1, when Marvell Gigabit ethernet is used (sk98lin driver)
system locks up
So the right drivers are used, but on the systems with raid (VIA VT8237)
the system will hang sooner or later (but within minutes).
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Is there somewhere x86-64 RPMs for gcc/g77/g++ versions beginning
(and later) which may be installed on old SuSE 9.1 Prof. for x86-64 ?
To be more exactly, will gcc-RPMs from more new SuSE versions work
successfully or it'll be necessary to upgrade additionally many other
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Does anyone know if the 64 bit intel c++ compiler 9.0 is working under AMD 64?
Any special flags?
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I updated recently from 9.2 to 9.3. Both Java 1.4 and 1.5 were install, but I
checked that Yast has made all sym links pointing to 1.5. Everything was
perfect until I started Eclipse. It didn't started. I found the following
stack trace in the log file:
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /usr/lib/eclipse/libswt-pi-gtk-3063.so: /usr/lib/eclipse/libswt-pi-gtk-3063.so:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
at java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
Another application (Azureus) also didn't started for a similar exception,
except that the native library was another (I didn't save the exception
though :( ). The solution which I used was to uninstall Java 1.5 because
apparently something was wrong there with the native calls. To my surprise
everything start working. So I am with Java 1.4 now, but I want to have Java
1.5 back, mainly because of the nice look of applets ;)
Sorry about the (only slightly) off-topic post, but I was about to file a bug
report about arts, when I saw the following comment on KDE bug 111838
------- Additional Comment #1 From Seb Ruiz 2005-09-01 01:37 -------
Unfortunately, your backtrace indicates the problem is within arts, not
amarok, but we can't be sure since it is a poor backtrace. Additionally, the
arts engine does not have a maintainer, so it is not guaranteed to work and
there is nobody to fix the problem.
SUSE 9.3 AMD64 uses arts for a lot of multimedia stuff. I have seen arts
crashes in amarok and noatun for example. And yet what seems to be a
perfectly legitimate bug is closed as INVALID because there is nobody to
Why does SUSE Linux depend on software which can't be fixed because it is not
maintained by anyone? What is supposed to have replaced arts by now and why
doesn't SUSE 9.3 use it? What does SUSE 10.0 do about this?
In the meantime, how do I rip arts out of my system and what do I replace it
Which packages does this affect? juk? amarok? noatun? kaffeine? kdetv?
Best regards, Paul Leopardi
A note on further development and maintenance
A Note From the Author of aRts
Wanted: aRts-engine maintainer for amaroK
My laptop is an Asus L5D.
On the HD, SuSE 9.0 (kernel 2.4.21) and SuSE 9.1 upgraded into 9.2
With 9.0, the system clock is always not on time after use. I have to go
to bios and
put the clock on time. No problem with 9.2 : the system clock is
stable. How to explain
such a behavior ?
Sometimes I get an error message from KDE such as in a window :
=== error - artsmessage ====
Sound server fatal error:
cpu overload, aborting
It can occur for ending a KDE session (a sound is played at this step),
or when a software must play a sound. I hoped that an update of KDE
3.3 by 3.4 could solve this problem. This is not the case. I use ALSA sound
What can I do ? On the same laptop (Asus L5D), there is a SuSE 9.0 AMD64
with KDE 3.1 : no problem with sound. The sound card is an Asustek nForce3
model. The main loaded module is snd_intel8x0.
I have a compaq r3240us which has a toshiba r6252 dvd drive.
When I tried writing to dvd+r media with k3b I get a message that
I need to use a dvd+- double layer dvd. An HP web page lists the drive
as 8x but other web pages claim it is 2.x .
I also tried running vmware and windows but the vmware setup for
the 2.6.8-24.18 kernel fails with :
Unable to make a vmmon module that can be loaded in the running kernel:
insmod: error inserting '/tmp/vmware-config20/vmmon.o': -1 Invalid
There is probably a slight difference in the kernel configuration
set of C header files you specified and your running kernel
I know this is two problems but got to the second by trying to
find a workaround for writing a dvd.