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Yonder (dj_yonderboy@yahoo.co.uk)
Sun, 24 Jun 2001 17:00:00 -0700 (PDT)

I just finished building AfterStep on my newly
installed OpenBSD laptop and I'm having a bit of
a problem that I haven't had time to hack...  so
until I get around to it, I was wondering if
anyone had any ideas what is going on.
The build and install went fine and X starts up
normally.  Then I decided I wanted to play with
some alternate themes.  I added a themes
directory to my alread existing
/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/themes/ directory and
that is where the problem started.   If I right
click anywhere on the desktop, X crashes.  If I
try to get a shell or run any other program,
nothing happens.  If I try to change the look,
feel, background image or even update the start
menu, X crashes.  The only workaround so far is
rm -d -R GNUstep
and then restarting X (which recreates the
directory again).
Aside from not creating /themes and /looks
directories, does anyone have any suggestions as
to possible causes?  
Dell Lattitude CP pentium mmx (ewwww)
neomagic video card (4MB RAM)
128 MB RAM
 - Hiromi

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