[aclug-L] Re: A real newbie
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if your desktop is only 640x480 try doing "alt" "ctl" "+".
if you have more than one mode set up you may be able to tobble them to a
if not then as root try either Xconfigurator or XF86Setup
Bruce Bales wrote:
> Jeff and Craig,
> Thanks a bunch. I found the last three files in the first file -
> gimp-libgimp using RPM. Got gimp running. My first application. I'll
> keep trying. I know I need to do more configuration - the 640x480
> display doesn't show all of the top and bottom of x windows.
> Thanks again, bruce
> Craig Terhune wrote:
> > On Wed, 29 Sep 1999, you wrote:
> > Somewhere on the CD's you will find the files needed. I know because I found
> > them once. I don't know if RH has it but Suse when you install things it
> > will auto install all prog. to fulfil the dependencies. Cool !!! It sure
> > makes things easier on the brain.
> > > On Tue, 28 Sep 1999,
> > Bruce Bales wrote: > > > After 2 months away, I am trying Linux again. Red
> > Hat 5.2. Installed > > as well as I could following RH install book. df
> > gives
> > me: / is 100 mb, > > /boot is 30 mb, /home is 100mb, /usr is 1.29 gb.
> > > > Each time I restart, /var/log/messages records "cannot find map file,"
> > > > and "no module symbols loaded." Is that bad?
> > >
> > > Well, if you don't have any modules that you need, no. But what it's
> > > telling you is that it tried and failed to load the System.map file
> > > from where you specified it in /etc/lilo.conf.
> > >
> > >
> > > > Tried to RPM gimp. rpm -ivh gimp-1.0.1-2.i386.rpm
> > > > Get: "failed dependencies:
> > > > gib-libgimp=1.0.1 is needed by gimp
> > > > libgck.so.1 is needed by gimp
> > > > libgimp.so.1 is needed by gimp
> > > > libgimpui.so.1 is needed by gimp
> > > >
> > > > I can't find the last three on the CDRom anywhere and if I found them, I
> > > > wouldn't know what to do with them.
> > >
> > > You could go to redhat (or a mirror)'s ftp site and get them. They
> > > may be on the 2nd CD (I don't know, as I've never used Da Gimp).
> > >
> > > In any case, once you find them 'rpm -Uvh' them.
> > > It's also possible that some of those libraries are included
> > > in one or more "gimp library" rpms. You can do 'rpm -qpl file.rpm' to
> > > see what files it provides, so ...
> > > rpm -qipl /mnt/cdrom/blah/blah/gimp*.rpm | grep libgimp.so.1
> > > would get you started
> > >
> > > -jeff
> > > --
> > > "It's not just the apocalypse, it's the humidity." - Joel of MST3K
> > --
> > Unwritten man page:
> > Understanding Linux thru better medication
> > Maintained by Timothy Oleary
Oh I've slipped the surly bonds of dos
and danced the skies on LINUX silvered wings.
- Re: [aclug-L] cleaning up., (continued)
- Re: [aclug-L] cleaning up., John Phillips, 1999/09/07
- [aclug-L] Re: cleaning up., John Goerzen, 1999/09/26
- [aclug-L] Re: cleaning up., Michael Holmes, 1999/09/26
- [aclug-L] Re: cleaning up., Jeff, 1999/09/26
- [aclug-L] A real newbie, Bruce Bales, 1999/09/28
- [aclug-L] Re: A real newbie, Jeff, 1999/09/29
- [aclug-L] Re: A real newbie, Craig Terhune, 1999/09/29
- [aclug-L] Re: A real newbie, Bruce Bales, 1999/09/29
- [aclug-L] Re: A real newbie,