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    Default Tapping on "Help" does not help

    Using openSUSE 11.0 PPC, when I where ever tap on the "Help" button the system does something, but not bring on help, though i think help files are installed.

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    Default Re: Tapping on "Help" does not help

    make sure the help files are installed also,re-install the help modules,then, click on it & run the search to create a database,see if that works

    Andy
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    Default Re: Tapping on "Help" does not help

    Quote Originally Posted by deltaflyer44 View Post
    make sure the help files are installed also,re-install the help modules,then, click on it & run the search to create a database,see if that works

    Andy
    KK thanks. Will try when I am back at my machine. After a long search I found vlc for openSUSE PPC at PackMan :: Informationen zum Paket vlc and downloaded. Now i will try to get that thing to work in the evening and holding my breath. If that both works my PB would be very perfect again. I start loving openSUSE 11.0 PPC --- maybe cause the name of my gf is Sue?
    Now with new flavor: openSUSE 11.1 PPC on Apple Titanium PowerBook G4 Onyx

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    Default Re: Tapping on "Help" does not help

    Reinstaller help files and help system... clicking on "Help" now... and... nothing. *lol*
    Now with new flavor: openSUSE 11.1 PPC on Apple Titanium PowerBook G4 Onyx

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    Default Re: Tapping on "Help" does not help

    Is there a way to create a/the database from console? Maybe that helps.
    Now with new flavor: openSUSE 11.1 PPC on Apple Titanium PowerBook G4 Onyx

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