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I have been running OpenSuSE 10.2 for about a year now and recently had some problems with KMyMoney. I can no longer get this program to launch. After I click the icon to launch it, I get the KMyMoney Tip Window (which freezes) and I also get the KMyMoney main screen to launch in the background (it is also frozen). I have to manually kill the application/process using the terminal prompt.
I know that I can install the latest version of KMyMoney (0.8.7), but I want to know why my bundled (with OpenSuSE 10.2) installation failed. I have not made any changes to my OS or installed any new hardware in months. I simply use OpenSuSE for common tasks that do not involve any system modifications or development.