From: McAuley, Tim (T.McAuley at domain emuse.ie)
Date: Wed 08 Aug 2001 - 13:40:52 IST
I bit the bullet last night and feteched Ximian 1.4. No problems with the
install and I now have a stable Gnome install. I'm quite impressed.
Thanks for all the help!
> you installed any RH updates for 7.1 ... not sure if there are any for
> gnome core.. don't use RH any more..
I had installed most of the updates, but they do not have any out for Gnome
yet. The ones from Rawhide had too much dependency on other packages that
> On Tue, 7 Aug 2001, 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.
> > Tim
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