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Old 11-27-2007, 03:30 AM   #1
firak
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Unhappy GNOME Main Menu crashes when NFS is running.


Hi.
Here I go again.
I am sitting on a Client mashine, 1,9GHz Celeron, 1GB RAM.
GNOME goes fine untill the /home file system is distributed via NFS from a Terminalserver.

Then "gnome-main-menue" crashes on the GNOME desktop.
I try "Add to the panel -> Main Menue", again "gnome-main-menue" crashes.

Can anyone give a little help to this case.
What and how to congigure -> or where to go to find out??

I thank you in advance.

Yours faithfully
Firak newbe
 
  


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