I hope everyone will forgive me if this question has been asked
before, but I can't find much documentation on the gnome site, and
there's nothing on my system, either.
I'm running Gnome (no idea which version - how do I find out?), on a
FreeBSD-equipped Pentium 233 MMX, with 32 Mb RAM, and only installed
it today. Fascinating ... I like the look, and the customability.
Only one problem: it keeps crashing on me. I get cores dumped all
over the place ... here is a listing of my $HOME:
#*mail*#245g2V# drafts kvt.coreQuote:> ls
C e-conf.core kwm.core
CAPES education linux
Desktop emacs.core lisa_password.txt
INBOX error_making_new_link literature
Mail ext2 mail
News freebsd mbox
RMAIL gen_util_applet.core navigator-4.5.1..core
XF86Config gnomecc.core open.html
add-on gnomeicu.core panel.core
aviation gnupg-1_0_0_tar.tar philosophy
correspondence images registre_key.bmp
cpumemusage_appl.core invitation sent-articles
dead journal tail.core
death_penalty kfm.core travel
desmond.vcs kicq.core usenet
desmond_archive.tar.gz kioslave.core xemacs-20.4.core
Five minutes ago, I noticed two 'core' icons, in the shape of very
unhappy little faces, on my desktop. I selected one, deleted it, and
every icon on my desktop disappeared !!!
Can someone point me in the direction of either a way to fix this, or
else just tell me that Gnome is an unstable piece of shit (I hope
not), and just go back to using KDE ..?
Thanks in advance.
Desmond Coughlan |Restez Zen ... UNIX peut le faire
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