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Old 04-29-2004, 01:01 AM   #1
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A few annoying problems; Cannot locate theme & "No DFP detected".


Okay, I installed the "gnome themes extras" on one of my machines and everytime I log out of gnome or open a program, I get a "cannot locate theme module".

Also, when I log out of gnome, I get an error message saying "No DFP detected". I searched the forum and found absolutely nothing to go on, other than making sure I have r128 in its right place in my XF86Config.

In all honesty, there isn't a problem. I just want to fix these annoying errors. =\ Any ideas?
 
  


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