On 09/24/2013 08:43 AM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Mon, 23 Sep 2013 20:46:14 -0700
ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMargo(a)zoho.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> First on the blue rat icon with the X Xfce pop up, where
> is the version icon? Why do I have to go to the command
> line and RPM to figure out what version I am on?
> The version icon should not be so obscured that it is not
> instantly accessible.
Version icon? I'm not sure what you mean...
Put graphically into the icon "4.10" ?
Launcher 2 has an "X" across a rat. When you click
on it, up pop various settings. Notably missing is
"About Xfce", which should tell you all the revisions
of what you are running
> $ rpm -qa xfce\*
> Okay, enough bitching (I just crashed and lost all
> my work, so I am a bit crabby -- sorry).
> Is there FINALLY a new version of Xfce for Scientific
> Linux 6.4 (RHEL 6.4 clone)?
From the link: "Additionally, I think a number of components in
RHEL6 are too old for Xfce 4.10 to build/work."
Why in the world would you use code that would only run on
bleeding edge systems? Xfce is suppose to run on as many
Linux systems as possible. And, Xfce is perfect for a
server. This is very annoying to those of use that love Xfce.
> For why I want this and why I am in crabby mood, see
> This crashing is as bad as any Windows machine I have
> ever seen. Okay maybe not as bad as Vista or Frankenstein
> (W8), but still once a day is pretty bad. Linux should
> only crash when you pour coffee on it or kick it over.
Can you get a login on a vty when this happens?
I love that keystroke. I found out about it the first
time I screwed up my rc.5d boot sequence and froze up.
Unfortunately, this does not work. I have also, out
of desperation, try every combination of <ctr><alt><fx>,
and with and without both special keys and f keys and regular
But VLC still plays away in the back ground.
If so, look in ~/.xsession-errors and /var/log/Xorg.0.log
Computers are like air conditioners.
They malfunction when you open windows