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Hi, Can't start "configure your computer" from start menu also can't start "browse available software" ? Using Linux operating system and Mandrake 10.1 (community version). any help would be appreciated. ...
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    Re: Configure your computer:


    Hi,

    Can't start "configure your computer" from start menu also can't start "browse available software" ? Using Linux operating system and Mandrake 10.1 (community version). any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

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    What happens when you type
    Code:
    mcc
    in the terminal?
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    Get force-get May The Source Be With You
    /dev/null
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    Quote Originally Posted by dylunio
    What happens when you type
    Code:
    mcc
    in the terminal?
    I get this: " segmentation fault " Thanks for the quick reply

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    Hmm, I'm no MDK expert, but it seems that your Mandrake Controle Center is borked, but Comunity editions areusually buggy, so in a way no suprise. Unless someone comes allong with a better idea I think it would be better for you to download Mandrake 10.1 official, or Mandriva 2005LE (this is the new name for Mandrake).
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    You could try an "upgrade" install over your existing install, but that's a bit touchy; since MCC is futzed anyway, though, it may be worth a shot. I agree that an official release would be a good way to go.
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