zibulon at istop.com
Thu Nov 27 18:53:12 EST 2003
I tried it and got problems with the ADSL connection, can you elaborate
on your network connection.
On Thu, 2003-11-27 at 13:13, Howard Krakower wrote:
> I just loaded up an AMD K6-2 450 machine with Fedora Core 1. The
> install was very smooth. I set it up as a desktop unit as I wanted to
> try out the various applications that come with the distro. After the
> install I ran up2date, and it updated several packages. All looked OK.
> I then decided to shut down for the night and rebooted this morning. I
> got a message that the "greeter" had crashed, and it gave me an
> alternative (but very acceptable) log in screen that did not have the
> fancy Fedora logo. every time I log off and log on as another user, I
> get the same message that the greeter has crashed. Is there any way to
> stop this message?
> I also tried to see how the Palm tool worked. I attached a USB to Palm
> cable and ran the "wizard", but it stalled at the part where it tries
> to get the username from the Palm, thus implying that the USB
> connection is not being recognized. ANy ideas on how to fix that?
> The only additional package that I installed was webmin, and it is
> running fine.
> I used DHCP for the network, and it came up fine -- sound came on
> fine. The CDR-W was recognized, but I had to go back to install
> xcdroaster. Packages are easily added using the "tree". If it gets any
> easier, M$ will sh!t bricks!!
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