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Thread: System monitor in Gnome Opensuse 11.1 is WHITE

  1. #1
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    Default System monitor in Gnome Opensuse 11.1 is WHITE

    Hi,

    When i start the system monitor in Gnome opensuse 11.1, the window starts but its white, nothing can been seen.

    Can you help please.

    Regards

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    Default Re: System monitor in Gnome Opensuse 11.1 is WHITE

    Any help from moderators???

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    goldie NNTP User

    Default Re: System monitor in Gnome Opensuse 11.1 is WHITE

    ajuc wrote:
    > Any help from moderators???


    why do you assume only moderators help here?

    you say "the system monitor"--there are lots available...could you
    specify _which_ one you are using?

    has it been like that from initial install...or was it okay initially
    and then just 'suddenly' stopped working right..

    do you see any error messages if you launch the system monitor from a
    terminal?

    try turning off desktop effects--any change?

    any change if you turn windows transparency up/down/off/on?

    what graphics chip/board are you using? using a GNU or proprietary
    driver? any change if you swap drivers?

    what system attribute(s) are you needing to monitor? [that is, are you
    having a particular problem needing a close eye, or what?] can you
    meet your monitoring needs by using top?

    --
    goldie

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    Default Re: System monitor in Gnome Opensuse 11.1 is WHITE

    This solved the probelm Thank you goldie for pushing me


    type "ALT-F2" and in the run dialog box enter "metacity --replace"


    Regards all

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    Default Re: System monitor in Gnome Opensuse 11.1 is WHITE

    Well i found that solving that way disables the desktop effects, it eaither the desktop effects without the windows borders( close max, min) and white Gnome terminal and system monitor, or disabling the desktop effects with this command in run (metacity --replace), can't i have both.??


    regards

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