Re: Problems with GNOME; Using pon as user
--- Cameron Matheson <email@example.com> wrote:
> I downloaded GNOME last night with apt, and it seems like it installed the
> programs that come with GNOME, but when I boot up, the GNOME bar-type thing
> isn't there.
You mean the panel? Package gnome-panel IIRC.
The easiest way to get a working GNOME is probably to install
> One more problem. A little while ago, I mailed about using 'pon' as a
> normal user. You guys told me to add myself to the group dialout and dip.
> I did that (I also added myself to audio so that xmcd would work) but pon
> still doesn't work, and neither does xmcd. Is there something else I need
> to add in /etc/group?
Check that pon, poff, pppd and the config files are really owned by that
group and that permissions are right.
PS: Someone please correct my if I've got a package name wrong...
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