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Old 09-29-2004, 11:30 AM   #1
mykrob
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Suse versus Xorg.


Simple question for all Suse users who have upgraded to Xorg over XFree86.

Have you had any trouble running any applications after installing Xorg?
Particularly XMMS. I hope this doesnt qualify as a cross-post, as i already have a topic started regarding my XMMS error.. I read elsewhere about some people having trouble running certain applications ( i think they referred to them as GDK applications) after upgrading to Xorg.

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