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Old 11-24-2003, 09:57 PM   #1
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rh 7.2 Gnome Crashes No task bar

Finally I got RH7.2 on my Tosiba Libretto. P75-32 meg ram, 11 gig HD.

Now I am perplexed. I get to the launching of Gnome and the applications screen crashes. Then I get 3 icons on a desktop. I have seen screen shots of what it should look like. I have no tool bar. It is running slower than WIN98.

I would like to get some guidance through this. I have read of others who used this distro on this system successfully. I know soemthing is wrong. Should I be able access drives like through MY COMPUTER on XP? I could not get anything network wise to go.

Please help me....


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