KDE locking the whole box on SuSE 9.1

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Fri Aug 27 16:46:17 BST 2004

On Friday 27 August 2004 08:28, liste at hgfelger.de wrote:
>I had problems... with the list - it sayed, that kde is not known by

And yet, the header I'm looking at says it came from there.  And this 
is enough to piss off the pope because I am also getting these reject 
messages, but delayed by 2-3 days, leaving me hanging in the wind 
trying to figure out why my post never made it to this list.  And of 
course by the time I get the reject notice, the message is so stale 
it may as well be deleted.

This is NOT a friendly way to run a mailing list, can it please be 
fixed, preferably in time that this reply is accepted for posting?

Or is it that the kde people really don't want to hear about our 

I really do like kde, but the list problems are leaving me with a very 
bad taste in my mouth, and wondering if gnome might be usable after 
all.  There, I said it.

I'm sending this on Friday 8/27/04 11:46:00 am, lets see how long it 
takes to come back, if indeed it does.  But I'm NOT betting on it.

>On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 hgfelger at hgfelger.de wrote:
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>> Salut Basil,
>> On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, Basil Fowler wrote:
>>> I too have had the same trouble, usually when switching displays.
>>>  I have encountered this phenomenon on SuSE 8.0 and Mandrake 9.2.
>>> It is true that the
>>> X server spins and locks up the CPU. I suspected the nVidia
>>> driver as the cause.
>> With the nvidia driver you may want to check to not use the
>>  Option    "RenderAccel"
>> in your /etc/X11/XF86Config. With my nVidia 2Go it locked up the
>> machine, when I open a special menu of OpenOffice. Though it is no
>> problem in alldays work, I disabled it anyway.
>> This is no solution for Rikard, as this won't lock up the
>> networkcard, only the X-server (incl keyboard/mouse).
>> Rikard, did you consider a serial-console for debugging... to look
>> out for an Oops?
>> Cheers
>>  hartwig felger
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