> > Hi Folks,
> > Im running VNC on my server (Redhat 7.0) and I got kde 2.2 and always
> > actual Ximian-Gnome, but a few weeks ago VNC, running KDE, crashed and
> > I could see since then with VNC was a colored desktop-background. - I
> > tried to get some help on that, but didn`t get some responses.
> > At that moment, I had no time left to solve this problem, so I just
> > started gnome instead with VNC.
> Often we don't answer questions that don't give enough information. Most
> of the people here are just very short of time, and only answer things
> have obvious and easy solutions, or provide enough information to be able
> to reproduce it. For example, are you running VNC from another RedHat
> machine? On the same machine? From a Windows computer? VNC behaves quite
> differently depending what you're doing with it.
First of all: many thanks for trying to help me!
- But to this part of your answer: I wrote everyting someone would have to
Server: Redhat 7.0 and vncSERVER on it running.
Or did you think I wanted to controll my workstation from a vncclient on the
server? - Does that make sense?
Who cares, what the client is? - The vncSERVER is serving X.
Quote:> > Yesterday I just wanted to do some little stuff with kdevelop and
> > it in VNC-gnome, what alway worked, but now it crashes, saying ...
> > Xlib: extension "RENDER" missing on display
> This is quite harmless - it means you don't have enabled the RENDER
> extension which Qt uses for Anti Aliasing of fonts. You can safely ignore
> this, it's a warning, rather than an actual error, and doesn't affect
> performance in any way, other than the fact you won't have AA'd fonts.
Many thanks for this, it didn`t really help me with my problem, but it`s
very good to know!
> > Yes, DECOPserver is up and running!
> > When working directly on the server (display 0) kde still runs fine!
> > I would be very glad, if someone of you could give me some advice, how
> > fix that, I m really stuck.
> > Many thanks in advance,
> There must be further error messages, the problem is figuring out where
> they go. The most likely place: look in .xsession-errors
Thats where I have the errormessage from. No further messages!
> You could make sure that there is only one instance of KDevelop running,
> (ps axwww |grep kdevelop) and kill any that are dead in the background.
> Some applications don't like to run when there is a dead copy already
> running. I am no expert on KDevelop, and don't really have any more ideas
> without some more help from you (more error messages, does KDevelop run on
> the local display)
> There is a busy forum on KDevelop at http://www.kdevelop.org - you may
> better help there.
> Lauri Watts
Please don`t missunderstand me, I really thank you for trying to help me,
but if you read my posting more careful, it should be clear, that the
problem is not vnc, not kdevelop but kde itself because I wrote that before,
whole kde didn`t work "properly" on display 1.
O.K. however, after reading lots of postings, I just deleted all .kde...
files and dcop - files in the root directory.
This solved the problem and everything is running fine again.
For everybody who has similar problems with kde: First try moving all that
files into a backup-dir and then start KDE again. If it ran properly before,
this should work for you. - If not, just move the files back and try to find
the solution somewhere else.
Again, many thanks,