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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test12-pre4 + cs46xx + KDE 2.0 = frozen system
On Tuesday 05 December 2000 18:00, Alan Cox wrote:
> > I did confirm that 2.4.0-test11(final) works properly with sound and KDE
> > 2.0.
> Ok. That sounds even more like its PCI changes
> > I do think its rather odd that these test12-pre3,4,5 kernels all work
> > with GNOME and the CD player works then. KDE 2.0 is doing something
> > different at the "Loading the panel" stage that causes this bug to
> > surface.
> Do you have a battery monitoring applet running in KDE and not gnome ?

No, I checked the list of applets, and no battery monitoring applet.
I configured the panel to "Load only trusted applets internal", and depleted
the list of trusted applets, tested again with test11-ac1 and it froze in the
same place as always.

With respect to a battery monitor, in the KDE control center, the Battery
Monitor section of Power Control notes that "Your computer doesn't have the
Linux APM (Advanced Power Management) software drivers installed, or doesn't
have the APM kernel drivers installed -"

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