I've had the same problem, too. It also happens with knotes 2.2x
under kde 3.01. I hope you get an answer on this.
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Can anyone suggest a (free) downloadable virus-scan product for Suse 7.3?
I think my distro is passing around the klez virus ...
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> > The whole system just freezes (very randomly). Most of the times it does
> > that in the first minute, after I've logged in with my default user
> > account.
> > It hasn't happened as root so far, but with every user account I've
> > created.
> Check file permissions on all files in the home dir and /tmp , making sure
> they are appropriate.
I did that and recognized that the link .Xresources -> .Xdefaults was owned by root,
also group root. But could that possibly crash the whole system?
Funny thing is that it really does not happen as root, but only as a normal user.
So if anyone has any other recommendations, I'd be very very happy...
Thanx in advance,
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I have just installed Suse 8.0 with default settings. But it seems that
X and KDE do not start at all. So I have only a command line
I had previously installed Mandrake Linux 8.2 and all worked fine.
Whats happening? I am a newbie so my knowledge of Linux is limited.
Thanks in advance
I am new to the list as well as being fairly new to Linux, and I
would appreciate if someone can help me with this trouble:
Suddenly Konqueror refuse to handle htlm web sites. When I try to open
a web site, a message pops up asking if I want to save on disk or open
it with Konqueror (this message never appeared before). If I select
"open" an error message arises saying that it seems to be a bad
configuration because Konqueror can't handle text/html files.
On the other side I have tried as root and it works perfectly. it seems
to be something with the configuration of the Konqueror has become
corrupted, but only for my usual user name, and not for the root.
As for the htlm files stored on disk, I can open they without any
When using Konsole by itself, I have no problems.
But when using a "terminal emulator" embedded into Konqueror or Kate, turning
the terminal emulator on gives a "Font '13' not found."
Where can I change the settings for this embedded terminal? It works after I
"OK" the error, but getting that error popup each time is starting to get
Using: SuSE 7.3 Pro, KDE 3.0.1, installed all my TT fonts from Windoze98, etc.
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This is another of my curiosity questions. Nothing is
broken, I'm just curious... :-)
In K-Mail, my Folders view shows something like:
|- Inbox (22)
|- outbox (1)
| |- inbox (12)
| |- Booking_and_procedures (11)
| |- Calendar
| |- Contacts
: : several more Outlook server folders
| +- Public Folders
| |_ Tasks (2)
|- SuSE-KDE (277)
"Panda" is our incoming mail server.
If I want my mail, I must click on "Panda" (which does
nothing visible...) and then click on the "inbox" under
If I just click "Panda", nothing further happens.
If I just click Panda's "inbox", nothing further happens.
If I click "Panda" and then I click "inbox", then K-Mail
downloads the latest batch from the server.
Note that, when I open K-Mail, Panda's folder list is
already expanded. I don't need to click view the subfolders.
So, why the need to click the server name before clicking
the name of the inbox on the server?
Just curious. Anybody know?
Yeah, I know it's frivolous, but there's been no action in
this list for a week. Everybody on vacation?
I've had SuSE 8.0 installed for a few hours, not long enough for me to
completely mess it up. After I used YaST2 to enable NIS and
automounting, I cannot log into any of the NIS user accounts through
the graphical console login. The symptom is that the screen goes
blank for a second or two, and the login screen comes back, with no
diagnostic that I can see. The only thing that is written in
Jun 25 15:42:03 girt automount: attempting to mount entry /users/nholtz
Jun 25 15:42:12 girt kdm: pam_unix2: session started for user nholtz, service xdm
Jun 25 15:42:13 girt kdm: pam_unix2: session finished for user nholtz, service xdm
The automount line looks reasonable (and correct).
I can login on the grpahics console to any of the local (non-NIS managed
accounts, non automounted accounts).
I can also login to the NIS/automounted accounts from a shell
using su, or remotely using ssh, so all the nis/automounting
mechanism seems to be working OK. Its just the console logins
that are a problem.
Its probably a PAM setting somewhere, but I've looked quite a bit
and couldn't find anything. There are enough differences from my
existing installation of about 10 Caldera servers, that I'm lost.
Also couldn't find anything in SuSE support DB.
I would be grateful for any help.
Neal Holtz http://www.docuweb.ca/~nholtz
Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carleton University,
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6. nholtz(a)docuweb.ca
Whenever I enter X, be it in kde3, windowmaker or any other window manager,
kmail starts just before the window manager starts, and it is not in my
When I close down kmail, it restarts a minute or so after. It is as though I
were running a script " while [ true ]; do kmail &; sleep 60; done" ;=)
"grep -r kmail .[a-zA-Z]* " doesn't give me any clues.
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I'm running SuSE 7.3 and KDE 3.01 on my laptop. Everything is working but
for one thing: KDE is configured to save the environment settings when
logging out. Still Knotes (the desktop PostIt-style notes program) refuses
to show up with those notes that were open when I closed my last KDE
session. Knotes starts up and the notes are still under its kicker applet's
context menu entry "Notes", but they simply don't show up on screen after
logging in. Any ideas? It worked as expected (all open notes on the
different virtual desktops, resp.) in KDE 2.2.2 which I deinstalled. :-/
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