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Harshwardhan Nagaonkar wrote:   By the way, I've been thinking about this for some time... does this crash have anything to do with the recent kdelibs security update? -- Harshwardhan Nagaonkar Electrical Engineering Sysop Brigham Young University - 84602 -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian.org with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact debian.org...

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    Harshwardhan Nagaonkar wrote:
     

    By the way, I've been thinking about this for some time... does this
    crash have anything to do with the recent kdelibs security update?
    --
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    Electrical Engineering Sysop
    Brigham Young University - 84602


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    Hi, I have the same problem with my laptop with a similar
    setup (ATI Mobility 7500 running the vesa driver), a quick
    question, did you install from the debian site or from the
    KDE debs? The reason I ask this is that I installed from
    the KDE site and I've been contemplating removeing all the
    KDE packages and installing from the Debian site because
    Gnome works and Gnome was installed from Debian site and
    then upgraded through the gnome site. If you installed from
    Debians official site then I'll write this off my list of
    options as it could take 2 nights to complete..

    Regards
    Wayne Gemmell
    On Wed, 06 Aug 2003 15:09:42 -0600
    Harshwardhan Nagaonkar <byu.edu> wrote: 
    > which I have run in 
    > great. With the 
    > application broke 
    > (or Woody, more 
    > goes stable due to 
    > stable. I get the 
    > before I start 
    > got X first, to 
    > that the XFree86 in 
    > Rage128 Pro 
    > sorts of 
    > combos :) but not 
    > slow but working. 
    > I got 'kdm' 
    > its kdm, so I 
    > used to start 
    > the little 
    > back to 
    > to try and see 
    > avail. 
    > there was 
    > to get killed in 
    > into the login 
    > the work KDE in 
    > appreciate any 
    > list emails 
    >
    > By the way, I've been thinking about this for some
    > time... does this crash have anything to do with the
    > recent kdelibs security update?
    > --
    > Harshwardhan Nagaonkar
    > Electrical Engineering Sysop
    > Brigham Young University - 84602
    >
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    Hi,

    I have a similar experience with Woody on a laptop. If I turn off the
    sound daemon <booting into a plain X session and then with an editor
    modifying the KDE config files> I can then get into KDE. In the KDE
    control center the aRts should be off. This did it for me. Interestingly
    Knoppix 3.2 recognizes the sound card but fails on modprobe
    "sound-slot-0".

    You can go to the .ked/share/config/kcmartsrc file and set
    "StartServer=false" <quotes are mine> and see if that helps...

    cheers

    On Wed, 6 Aug 2003, Harshwardhan Nagaonkar wrote:
     

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    Wayne Gemmell wrote:
     
    <snip>
    All my packages are from official debian sources. Hope that saves you
    some time!

    HTH,

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    Electrical Engineering Sysop
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