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  1. when iuse cntrl al back space i get a locked up blank screen. someone in the past suggested service dm restart and that worked. now it doesn.t wwork. help
  2. I have sofgware that keepe oopening on boot. I don't know how to geet it off of my screen.
  3. I looked at the website. Could you tell me if you can run it as a service that will start automatically on every boot. Thanks
  4. I'm using tightVNC as my server as well. Its the server that I cannot access from another computer. Also, I have no firewall as I'm using it on my home network that is sitting behind a router.
  5. I've switched to Tight VNC and I can start a service but I cannot connect to server.
  6. vnc-server - A VNC server​  is the name of the progrram that I am trying to get to work. It came with Mandriva 2008.1 and is the program that starts a system service.
  7. Thanks for the advice. I still con't get it to work but I'll keep trying Thank a lot
  8. I noticed that the program vnc-server brings up a system service. Well I deleted the program as I didn't know how ti set it up but now I realize that I would like to have this running as a service. Now I can't get the servvice running. I have checked out the man pages but honestly they don't mean much to me. Is there someone out there that can help me out with the setup. Thanks in aadvance. vnc-server - A VNC server​  The VNC system allows you to access the same desktop from a wide variety of platforms. This package is a VNC server, allowing others to access the desktop on your machine. The files /etc/rc.d/init.d/vncserver ‎/etc/sysconfig/vncservers ‎/usr/bin/vncconfig ‎/usr/bin/vncpasswd ‎/usr/bin/vncserver ‎/usr/bin/x0vncserver ‎/usr/share/man/man1/vncconfig.1.lzma ‎/usr/share/man/man1/vncpasswd.1.lzma ‎/usr/share/man/man1/vncserver.1.lzma ‎/usr/share/man/man1/x0vncserver.1.lzma [moved from Software by spinynorman]
  9. I no longer ger tihe message with the libtalloc.so.1 file but now I get this response [root@localhost bin]# ln -s libtdb.so.1 libtdb.so.1 ln: accessing `libtdb.so.1': Too many levels of symbolic links
  10. By the way, I found this file libtalloc.so.1 in the lib dirctory.
  11. [root@localhost home]# urpmi libtalloc1 No package named libtalloc1 That is the message that I get. By the way, thank you for all your help. I did a google search and could not find a package or source to download so I'm stuck once again.
  12. This is what I get when I type in the cat command [root@localhost]# cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf | grep "Driver" Driver "kbd" Driver "mouse" Driver "fglrx" I must say I don't know exactly what that means. My display card is an ATI.
  13. Thanks for all the help guys. I was hoping thiat I could get hitting the space bar to work but it didn't for me. However the above worked and as long as I don't reboot, it continues to work for me. Thanks again for everyones help
  14. I've tried the command ./smbpasswd -a owner in the /usr/locall/samba/bin directory and I get the following message [root@localhost bin]# ./smbpasswd -a owner ../smbpasswd: error while loading shared libraries: libtalloc.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Also I've had problems with winbindd on the version of Samba I have available with 2008.1 Mandriva so that is why I thought I would try a newer version of Samba.
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