kde gone.......

Paul Ladouceur - NUXTEK Informatique Inc. paul at nuxtek.com
Wed Aug 25 15:52:17 CEST 2004

This is a discussion not related to XFCE (KDE have it's aplication for 
dialup, but not XFCE)...

It's more a Distribution question...

So first: You're using which distribution? Mandrake, Fedora, Slackware, 
SuSe, ?

If you have Gnome installed, you could use the gnome tools under XFCE... 
All GTK (like Gnome / XFCE) applications works fine... Qt ones (like 
KDE) are also working, but uses more ressources and time...

When you say that you've LOST KDE, do you mean removed all packages?... 
If not, you can try using kppp under XFCE...!

Paul Ladouceur
NUXTEK Informatique Inc.

Frank wrote:

> I have lost kde for now, (hopefully only temp....) but can still get 
> into Xfce4 without any problems.  However,  I cannot  'dial-up' with 
> my configured intel-536ep [ which I had working fine in kde with kppp 
> ] nor can I connect with my Dynalink backup using wvdial, (though I 
> think this is a wvdial problem and newbie not knowing enough at this 
> stage.)
> So, no kppp available because of kde falling over and no wvdial though 
> it sees my old Dynalink.
> Any suggestions?
> [ I got mozilla fired up OK so no problems with browser or email 
> client - just cannot connect at present.]
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