Re: Anti-aliasing problems prevent KDE startup
On Tuesday 10 July 2001 00:53, Eray Ozkural (exa) wrote:
> I was trying out the kde2.2beta1 in unstable and it seems all great
> and fun excluding the anti-aliasing issue.
Install anti-aliasing-howto and read the docs of the package.
> When I turn on anti-aliasing the next time I login the KDE will think
> it has started successfully leaving me with a gray blank screen. It
> looks like it's kwin that crashes (from what I saw when I started kde2
> from an xterm), but I can't be sure. I guess the unresolved symbols
> in kdelibs have already been reported but for the record:
> The antialiasing issue renders the system useless, and I didn't really
> understand the reason of the freeze until I turned it off in the new
> configuration wizard that greets you retrying everything. You
> think your computer is fast and turn all the fancy effects on leaving
> you with a too plain desktop. :P
Better to experiment with AA like this
If it works switch it on globally.
> And I haven't been able to find a log of kde error messages when I
> login from kdm. What am I missing? A warning/error log would be
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