KDE locking the whole box on SuSE 9.1

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Fri Aug 27 18:18:17 BST 2004

On Friday 27 August 2004 11:46, Gene Heskett wrote:
>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 mail.kde.org...
>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.

Humm, in this case I would have lost the bet, its back in less than 2 
hours.  Amazing...

>>On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 hgfelger at hgfelger.de wrote:
>>> Hash: SHA1
>>> 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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Cheers, Gene
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