This may seem like a stupid question. I've usually had sucess searching the forums to answer my questions, but I don't quite know how to phrase this one.
I've been running Slackware 9.1 on one of my computers for the last month, and it's been running beautifully. I recently decided to dump the fedora off my other pc (too bloated, but very friendly
) and install Slack.
One problem. If I'm in KDE as a normal user and have a konsole open under root it won't let me start programs out of that konsole. It lets me do this on my other computer.
It say's "(program name here): cannot connect to xserver"
So unless I want to use VI, I have to log out and log on as root. yeauck.
I also can't seem to get delete or backspace to work in vi. help!