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Old 08-08-2009, 02:34 PM   #1
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Question Screensaver Install Issue [F10 & KDE4]


I've installed all the xscreensaver files and yet there's no screensaver files listed in the desktop config gui. However, I did find what appears to be s/saver files in "lost & found"[??]. I know that fedora/KDE will dump unknown applications [etc] in lost & found. So, I'm not sure why these file were not ID'd correctly[?]. Any suggestions on how to re-direct or correctly install these files?

OS: F10 x64
Desktop: KDE 4
Installed Drivers for Vid Card: Yes
 
  


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