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    Question GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Hello everyone,

    I'm -- currently -- using an i386 Pentium III (Coppermine) Compaq. GNOME crashes once I login. I would prefer to use GNOME; any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

    --nbahn

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    Default AW: GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Be a bit more precise please. In what way does it crash?
    Anything interesting in /var/log/messages?

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    Default Re: GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Quote Originally Posted by nbahn View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I'm -- currently -- using an i386 Pentium III (Coppermine) Compaq. GNOME crashes once I login. I would prefer to use GNOME; any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

    --nbahn
    This is old
    How much RAM
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    Default Re: AW: GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Quote Originally Posted by lOtz1009 View Post
    Be a bit more precise please. In what way does it crash?
    Anything interesting in /var/log/messages?
    It crashes as in the pointer won't move and the clock stops working.
    As far as /var/log/messages are concerned, I'm afraid that my CLI skillset is nonexistant.

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    Default Re: GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    This is old
    How much RAM
    The RAM is 384 MB.

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    Default Re: GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Right on the limit

    Install LXDE from Yast Patterns

    And remove beagle indexing
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    Default Re: GNOME in 11.3 crashes

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Right on the limit

    Install LXDE from Yast Patterns

    And remove beagle indexing
    I see; thank you for your replies!

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