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Hi guys I recently updated from MDK 10.0 to 10.1. And as a result I am facing some problems: 1. My ymessenger has stopped working. It displayes a message Code: ...
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    Upgarding probs


    Hi guys
    I recently updated from MDK 10.0 to 10.1. And as a result I am facing some problems:
    1. My ymessenger has stopped working. It displayes a message
    Code:
    segmentation fault
    'I acn however run it as root.
    2. My screensavers with KDE have gone. They do not appear when you choose
    configure your desktop
    3. Gaim and kopete do not work. I cannot change my port numbers in Gaim!!!!
    Please help me out.
    "There is no sixth rule"
    --Rob Pike
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    Usually when upgrading, it is best recommended to do a fresh install. Since the latest is 10.2 now, I'd wait a couple weeks on that and then you could go ahead and get it when the bugs are worked out.
    Mehz

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    Re: Upgarding probs

    Quote Originally Posted by apoorv_khurasia
    Hi guys
    I recently updated from MDK 10.0 to 10.1. And as a result I am facing some problems:
    1. My ymessenger has stopped working. It displayes a message
    Code:
    segmentation fault
    'I acn however run it as root.
    2. My screensavers with KDE have gone. They do not appear when you choose
    configure your desktop
    3. Gaim and kopete do not work. I cannot change my port numbers in Gaim!!!!
    Please help me out.
    try in console update-menus -v
    as root first then
    as user

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehteenager
    Usually when upgrading, it is best recommended to do a fresh install. Since the latest is 10.2 now, I'd wait a couple weeks on that and then you could go ahead and get it when the bugs are worked out.
    Mehz
    Thanks for your advice!!!
    "There is no sixth rule"
    --Rob Pike
    Registered Linux User: 400426 home page

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