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Re: [SLE] Has anyone heard about this?
  • From: "Roberto J. Dohnert" <webwarrior@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 05:56:56 -0700 (PDT)
  • Message-id: <63912.152.31.162.17.1066827416.squirrel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Now this I did have the same problem. If you ever get stuck in GNOME,
switch to a virtual console, type top, and kill the XServer by PID. It
will immediately take you back to KDM or GDM whichever one you prefer

> On Tuesday 21 Oct 2003 5:26 pm, Stan Glasoe wrote:
>> On Tue October 21 2003 5:36 am, James Hatridge wrote:
>> > Hi all...
>> >
>> > A buddy sent me this:
>> > > In the meantime I put 9.0 on one of my machines, which was a bit
>> painful since there is a severe X-server bug which makes the
>> machine crash the moment after you log into a KDE session (the
>> patch is already available of course via YOU).
>> >
>> > Are any of you guys having this problem? If so, what did you do
>> about it? Also if using YOU is the only way of fixing it, how does
>> someone off line take care of it?
>> >
>> > TIA
>> >
>> > JIM
>
> No problems here with KDE in 9.0 - it's running very smoothly.
>
> Small niggling problem with Gnome, though - it won't log out except by
> using the <CTL><ALT><BACKSPACE> keys. Clicking on "Log Out" freezes the
> machine!
>
> I've not checked to see if there are any patches yet.
>
> Cheers
>
> Keith
>
>
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