Is this a new installation from scratch or an upgrade. In principle if you use the standard upgrade YAST tool, it should take care of the proper environment changes.
Check the /etc/ls.so.config file and look for the proper lib directories. If these are present, runs as root SuSEconfig which will execute ldconfig as well. try again to kick of KDE windowmanager.
Workaround: assumption (kde is in /opt/kde3, qt in /usr/lib/qt3)
as root: init 3 (stop the kdm)
su - user vi .bashrc file
insert: export QTDIR=/usr/lib/qt3 export KDEDIR=/opt/kde3 export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/qt3/lib:/opt/kde3/lib export PATH=/usr/lib/qt3/bin:/opt/kde3/bin:$PATH
exit user to root:
export WINDOWMANAGER=/opt/kde3/bin/kdm startx
Hopefully this gets you kind of running. If this is the case your default environment is not properly undated during the install/upgrade process.
On Tuesday 13 January 2004 15:06, Robert Cabane wrote:
Marc Wolf a écrit :
Check your konsole enviroment for QTDIR, KDEDIR and LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
These should point, if present to the correct kde and qt lib directories. Maybe it is still pointing to the old libraries, so also ldconfig.
True ! None of these variables are defined. What are their default values and how can I set them for future sessions ?