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Re: kde (and K memory leak question)

I too run K.  Doing a find for libkfm* I find
/usr/X11R6/lib/libkfm.so.0.0.90 which has permissions -rw-r--r-- and is
owned by root and group root.  I also find a symlink to it called
/usr/X11R6/lib/libkfm.so.0.  K works fine for me, is that the same as your

I also have another question about K.  I seem to be experiencing fairly
signifigant memory leaks from it.  I started and quit X a few times today and
ended up losing about 5 megs of memory somewhere.  I've run other window
managers and this doesn't happen.  Does anyone else experience this?

On Wed, 01 Jul 1998, Greg Norris wrote:
>I installed kde earlier today, along with all of the dependant and
>associated packages.  When I try to start X, however, I get the following
>messages dumped to ~/.xsession-errors:
>kwm: error in loading shared libraries
>libkfm.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory 
>But when I look for the libraby it's complaining about, I find that it
>exists as /usr/X11R6/lib/libkfm.so.0.  Any ideas?
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