KDE4 desktop - problems on one laptop only
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Sat Jun 14 17:56:18 BST 2008
On Saturday 14 June 2008 16:17:25 Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Saturday 14 June 2008, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > This is the third time I've tried to get this message to the list - the
> > other two disappeared.
> No, they were distributed just fine, but it seems nobody has an answer for
> the problem.
> Most likely that the copy you get back is filtered by Google mail, since
> its web interface shows your sent mail in the thread anyway so the mail
> coming back from the mailing list would be a duplicate.
Odd. I cleared out googlemail's junk this morning and didn't see them. Never
mind, though, at least it has got through now, although I still haven't
received a copy. I've searched googlemail's inbox back to before my post,
and they are not there, nor is the latest copy (sent after I cleared out
junk) in their spam filter. Most odd.
> As a matter of fact, I never get any mail back from a mailinglist when
> sending through gmail, not even if I explicitly put myself into BCC
> However, there is probably a setting for this in the web interface,
> something like "do not break standard email behavior"
I don't send through gmail. I receive through gmail and use their address for
the lists, but I send from kmail through my ISP.
> > I have Mandriva 2008.1 with KDE4 on two laptops. One functions
> > perfectly. The second one is giving me big problem.
> > When I installed, everything looked absolutely fine. I added a few
> > launchers to the panel and made a few changes in System Settings. Still
> > OK.
> > I then opened two spreadsheets in OpenOffice. One closed correctly, the
> > other crashed, and wouldn't close. I then tried an End Session, which
> > got to a blank screen with a cursor in the top left-hand corner.
> > Since then, the panel does not show when I log in. I can restore it by
> > right-clicking where it should be, and changing the size. Sometimes the
> > Run Command brings up only a shadow, though that seems to rectify itself
> > after a while. Asking for a reboot brings up a black and white patch
> > with no text. Clicking on the right area starts the shutdown, but gets to
> > the black screen + cursor, and I have to CtrlAltDel after which it
> > reboots.
> Maybe the session manager saved a bad state, or crashed during saving it.
> You could try explicitly saving a session.
How can you do that in 4.0.x, Kevin? I didn't think it is possible. I'd
certainly like to try it.
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