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Old 01-20-2008, 10:27 AM   #16
yhu2008
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Hi guys, needs your help again. first all, after I followed your suggestion, finally I can view my ntfs patitions now. but I still have the other problem is I can't view these ntfs partitions as normal user. only root can view those partitions.
the second problem is i just update my SUSE 10 into OpenSUSE10.3. once I finished update(which toke me over 13hours for updating installation, just can't believed this.). I only can go into the SUSE command prompt window.

so how can I switch the GUI X window back for me??????

help me please!!!!! dining for help \!!!
thank you everyone!!!!
 
  


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