Followup to my own message.
Being new to KDE 2.1, I just discovered the most recent
versions of knode and kmail. Very nice. I'll only need
StarOffice for some MS office document compatibility.
Kudos to the KDE team.
Not a bad way to use some old(er) hardware.
I'm wondering if my staroffice problem may be traced back to
resource problems. I have 2 cores, one kdeinit, the other artsd.
> Hello all
> Has anyone seen or heard of the following behavior?
> I have: hardware...
> Pentium "classic" 200 w/ 80 meg memory.
> Kingston 110TX 10/100 nic
> Pro Audio Spectrum sound card w/scsi CDROM
> Diamon Stealth II (S3 virge) video w/2 meg.
> RH 7.0
> Removed kde 1.2 rpms
> Installed KDE 2.1 via "stable RPMS" from link at kde site.
> installed JDK 118
> Installed StarOffice 5.2 (network install)
> If I try to input any HTTP address via staroffice
> kdeinit core dumps. I have to either telnet in from another box
> and kill all the kde processes or restart my linux box (hard reset).
> All else seems fine. It seems just the Staroffice Browser causes
> a kdeinit core dump.
> I don't really need the browser as I have netscape and otherwise
> KDE seems very stable. But I thought I'd see if anyone else has
> heard of or had the problem.
> Tom Romeo