Kmail and Yahoo
dotancohen at gmail.com
Sat Dec 6 23:20:59 UTC 2008
Please keep replies on list. Thanks.
2008/12/7 Steven Vollom <stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net>:
>> I think that you might want to configure your machine to use only one
> I removed Compiz. I like it, but my current computer doesn't have enough
> memory. It remained buggy for a couple of hours then settled down.
1) Compiz doesn't need memory, it needs _video_ memory. Is this what
you mean? What video hardware do you have?
> I removed KDE4 and returned to KDE3.5.9. I needed Disk&Filesystems working.
What is Disk&Filesystems?
> I still do not know how to mount and set partitions using the Konsole.
> Does KDE4 have something similar to help people not yet confident with a
You don't need to use the terminal to mount partitions in either KDE 3
or 4. HAL should be doing that for you. HAL is not a part of KDE, it
is added by the distro (in this case Kubuntu). It's been a long time
since HAL has been known as problematic. What types of partitions are
you mounting? Hard drives? USB memory sticks?
> My new computer will be running fairly soon. There is a problem that is
> being isolated so it still may be a short while, however it will be powerful
> enough for Compiz. I am an artist by profession; compiz is suited for
> people like me.
Where can I see your work?
> Is what I just asked top posting?
More information about the kubuntu-users