KDE programs in Windows start menu

Ralf Habacker ralf.habacker at freenet.de
Tue Apr 20 18:17:04 CEST 2004

On Tuesday 20 April 2004 17:17, Chris January wrote:
> > I've tried Quanta and KBabel. I woke up Quanta Plus once, and it
> > seemed to work fine.
> > But, when I asked it to open a html file of my website on my
> > disk, kdeinit asked to access internet through my firewall.
> > I blocked it and quanta crashed. ~"~
> > After the last time quanta has crashed it cannot be waked up in
> > this shortcut........
> > I am still trying...
> > now it seems all the processes are unable to create.. :-(
> The X server probably crashed - it's a bit tempromental in multiwindow
> mode...
> Try rm /tmp/.X11-unix/X0 from a Cygwin bash shell and you should be able to
> launch stuff again.
> If anyone knows of a better way to see if an X server is running than:
> [ -a /tmp/.X11-unix/X0 ]
> then I could use that instead.
In kde's 3.1.4 startx script I save the pid of the started ipc-daemon2. With 
that <ou can check the /proc interface or grepping the ps output. 



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