I tried to start KDE 2 from a console, killed off X, and I am told that I'm
This wasn't on the kde homepage or with Linux Format issue 3 which also gave
KDE 2 with it .
I'll download and retry.
"C. Hennessy" wrote:
> Jason Corcoran wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I'm trying to get KDE 2 to work with SuSE 6.4, I have installed and
> > configured this on SuSE 6.4 before and no problems, but now when I try
> > to start KDE 2 using kdm the screen looks as if it is about o start and
> > then I'm kicked back to my login. Because it installed before first time
> > I'm at a loss. Any suggestions greatly received.
> > Thanks.
> > Jason.
> > P.S> I have installed Qt 2.0
>> Should that not be qt 2.2 ?
> And anyway the relevant qt libraries comes with the kde2 rpms.
> Have you checked to see what value your KDEDIR[S] variable is set to ?
>> Also look at your ~/.xsession-errors file - there may be a good hint in there.
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