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Old 12-16-2001, 07:22 PM   #1
PapaLewA
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Unhappy -development, font, and funny screen


OK the first question is: where are the developing tools that mandrake installed? i wonder if its just compilers that i should use with the console or there are actually developing environments (?) but i see them nowhere from KDE or GNOME
Second:
I am having a problem with the screen , some windows dont fit in the screen , also in some parts the text looks funny, like pixelated.
ThankS
 
Old 12-17-2001, 09:33 AM   #2
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Ok, which Mandrake distro are you running first of all?

You will already have gcc compiler installed which you can use from the command prompt (or shell).

Regarding the screen what version of XFree86 have you installed, and what is your Graphics card?
 
  


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