dgboles at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 19:57:32 UTC 2008
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Gene Heskett wrote:
| On Saturday 12 January 2008, David Boles wrote:
|> Antonio M wrote:
|> | 2008/1/12, Ed Greshko <Ed.Greshko at greshko.com>:
|> | Please note that I am running F9, but I agree with Ed: I had prelink
|> | running and Ge was fine, then I upgraded Xserver and GE crashed my
|> | system logging out the user.
|> | I don't know how and what to debug (note that I am not a software expert)
|> | .
|> | Where is GoogleEarth installed in Fedora???
|> Google Earth is a Windows program that runs in WINE. I have not used it in
|> quite a while but it used to come already configured with its own, specially
|> configured, version of WINE. And it was not FOSS. It also took a 3D video
|> driver which you had to provide.
| If that's a wine managed program, it sure does one heck of a job of hiding
| that fact here, cuz it runs great natively here if I use the nvidia driver,
| nv of course will do all sorts of interesting things as other have already
|> So you have more to look at here. A kernel upgrade, which was 01/11/2008. A
|> WINE upgrade which was 01/12/2008. And, depending on what parts of Xorg you
|> have installed, the latest upgrade was 01/09/2008.
Well as I said it was a long time ago that I used this. A little searching
found this so I guess itt depends on whether this was released ever released.
My information could be out of date. If so Mi Culpa.
Google Earth for Linux
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