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Tuesday, November 4th 2003, 7:34pm

Author: dimitri

KDE won't load on Gentoo 1.4

Hi, ich think you didn't configure your X Server. Or if you did it, there is a error in the XF86Config. If you have knoppix, you can use the XF86Config created when you boot with it. Dim

Sunday, November 2nd 2003, 7:11pm

Author: dimitri

Simply Clean

I like it. Especially the IceWm Theme

Sunday, November 2nd 2003, 12:31pm

Author: dimitri

canon i450 ?

Take a look here: Dim

Sunday, November 2nd 2003, 12:29pm

Author: dimitri

I'm a Gentoo bewbie

Quoted briefly flash X server and then bump me back to the terminal in text mode Well I think your XF86config is wrong. Have you done a xf86config ? Do you use nvidia or ati 3D drivers? Dim

Saturday, November 1st 2003, 11:26pm

Author: dimitri

Cable Internet

Hi, perhaps it's only a problem with a missing nameserver entry(DNS). Try [code:1]ping -c3[/code:1] It's the IP of If it works, you only have to set your DNS Server settings using yast. Dim

Saturday, November 1st 2003, 11:22pm

Author: dimitri

KWinTV crashes under SuSe 9.0

Hi, I don't know the reason, but perhaps you can use another Program? Have you tried tvtime or xawtv? A lot of people prefere tvtime. Dim

Saturday, November 1st 2003, 7:23pm

Author: dimitri

Pist off newbi...

Same Problem as above: your kde include Files are not installed. Dim

Saturday, November 1st 2003, 9:01am

Author: dimitri

Pist off newbi

Please don't crosspost!! Dim

Saturday, November 1st 2003, 8:59am

Author: dimitri

kde menu transparent?

Quoted You will need the Keramik-Theme Well there are also other themes you can use like liquid, plastik etc etc. You can change this in the kontrollcenter->Design-> Style->Effects (the names may differ a litte, because I'm not using englisch) Dim

Saturday, November 1st 2003, 8:56am

Author: dimitri

Pist off newbi...

Hi, that means, that you haven't installed some devel packages. These development packages include the headerfiles of your libraries. As lots of users will never compile a program but user rpm instead, installing these packages by default would be a waste of space. I don't know which distro you are using, but search for a package like xfree-devel or something similar. You may need some other devel packages as well. Dim

Friday, October 3rd 2003, 8:04am

Author: dimitri

Kicker appearance

Hi, I'm not sure if I understood you, but you can use a background in kicker. Go to and search for some. Perhaps this may be youre solution. Dim

Wednesday, September 24th 2003, 5:24pm

Author: dimitri

Restarting kde

Hi, the best way ist to rename your local kde profile. It's a hidden file and is named .kde (or kde 3.1 or something similar depends on your distro) Rename this direktory (note you korganizer etc things are stored there!!) and restart KDE. Dim

Tuesday, September 23rd 2003, 11:25pm

Author: dimitri

KDE 3.1.4 for SuSE8.2

Well it looks like SuSE doesn't provide 3.1.4 packages yet and I didn't found another source. Dim

Tuesday, September 23rd 2003, 11:21pm

Author: dimitri

Redhat, Mandrake, and Suse oh my!

Quoted question; how do I install a downloaded distro? Well MDK provides ISO Images. Burn them on a CD and restart you PC that's it. SuSE doesn't provide ISO's (only the SuSE Live Eval, but it's not installable) You have to download it via FTP on you computer. And RH? Well I don't know. Dim

Tuesday, September 23rd 2003, 11:16pm

Author: dimitri

KDE update in Mandrake

Hi, I heard, that MDK offers KDE rpm's for paying clients only. But perhaps that's wrong... Well updating a rpm Distro with tarballs is not very easy. At first you have to install the development version of many Programs like X. Then you have to get the QT 3.2.2 Version and compile it. Take a close look at the readme files and be sure that you enable everything you need. Then you have to download the source from I think they have a little howto. But be aware, that compiling kde from sou...

Saturday, September 13th 2003, 8:03am

Author: dimitri

Unwanted Device Icons

Hi, may be it's a litte different in mandrake, but open the KDE kontrolcenter -> Desktop -> Behavior and disable the checkbox "Display devices on desktop" Dim

Wednesday, August 27th 2003, 7:22am

Author: dimitri

X Includes? Problems with themes and ./configure

Hi, by default the development packages (sources) are not installed. You have to do it yourself. Open you packagemanager and search for something like xfree-devel (or only devel) Install it and it should work. Dim

Thursday, August 14th 2003, 9:38am

Author: dimitri

New KDE on Slackware

Hi, here the actuall packages available for slakware are listed: It you want to use 3.1.3 you have to compile it yourselv or wait until a package is available. Dim

Thursday, August 14th 2003, 9:36am

Author: dimitri

KDE won't start

Hi, I don't know which package format Vector Linux is using, but it seems you are issing some dependencies. You have to install the QT Libraries (Version 3.1.2 not 3.2!!!) Dim

Wednesday, August 13th 2003, 1:38pm

Author: dimitri

Konsole font acting screwy and I can't change it.

Hi, I also had this problem a half year ago. I don't know why, but you can select another font in konsole (right click->properties->Fonts) select another non proportional font (perhaps you have to try a bit) and everything will go well again and you can keep your AA desktop. Dim