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Old 04-18-2007, 01:34 PM   #1
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Thunderbird and NSCD...


In order for Thunderbird to run properly...(Mozilla Mail Client), the NSCD service has to be running. I have added NSCD to runlevels B(for boot), 3 and 5. However I am still having problems on a couple workstations where Thunderbird just does'nt respond when you double-click / press enter while selected. So I authenticate as root while entering Yast...and start the service. I get an error where a few modules failed to load..boot.clock etc. Does anyone know a quick solution to this problem, or has anyone ran across this problem before? Thanks guys, I appreciate the help and time in advance.
 
  


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