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hey everyone - i m sure this had been posted before but i couldnt find the answer anywher on this forum so maybe some one can hellp me out please cause i m gettin pretty paranoia here-
i have just installed Knoppix in my harddrive today (of course on a separate partition from my windoze system) - but when initializing the desktop at startup - after logging in to a default desktop "style" (damn, i dont know how they call it, know next to nothing about linux), the system says somethins like this:
"there was an error setting up inter process communications for KDE, the message returned by the system was:Could not read network connection list /home/knoppix/.DCPserver_(then he gives my hostname)_0 (something like that)
Please check that the "dcopserver" program is running "
so i have basically no knowlegde what to do here - some googling around the net didnt help that much either - meanwhille - my knoppix system is really unstable and crashing everytime i start it after using windoze - has this something to do with the message?
So can someone help me out here?
what is this message? what can i do to make me get the default style knoppix (like booted from the cd) and get my system more stable...