From: Glen Gray (glen at domain antefacto.com)
Date: Tue 07 Aug 2001 - 12:17:42 IST
Sounds like the session might not be starting correctly. This could be
due the way you are starting X. I take it that your prefered login
manager is kdm and not gdm. Shouldn't make a difference. Try starting X
from init level 3 by running startx as opposed to using kdm and see what
What configuration settings have been made to the box ?
On 07 Aug 2001 12:06:31 +0100, McAuley, Tim wrote:
> > Does "every" install of RedHat 7.1 exhibit the same GNOME behaviour. I
> > seriously doubt that choosing everything at install time would cause a
> > problem. More likely a configuration option that is causeing
> > problems if
> > everything installed fine, most likely related to networking.
> Well, for an example.
> I just installed a new machine on Friday, so this box should be clean.
> I went into X (after getting kdm working) through my Xserver (Xmanager) and
> immediately start having problems, and gnome terminal is crashing.
> The messages I receive are similar to this:
> Error: Application "gnome-terminal" has crashed due to a fatal error
> (Floating point error)
> Warning: gmc --sm-client-id <ID> No response to the save yourself command
> <info about the program not responding>, [Remove program] or [Cancel]
> For a fresh install this seems a bit ridiculous, and it's driving me barmy!
> I'm continuing my research on gmc.
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