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Re: Suse 9.1 and Kylix 3
Good news, everyone! But first I'll make a humble appology for my last post before checking out a few more sites. On looking at Andreas Hausladen's site I have discovered a solution (I hope)., , In order to start kylix successfully, I simply added the following line to the startdelphi script:, , export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.6.1, , It seems to work quite well now; I'll bring more news if I prove myself wrong again Big Grin!
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Suse 9.1 and Kylix 3
I recently installed Kylix 3 on a new Suse 9.1 machine. The install went fine, no problems or anything. When I click on the icon to start delphi, nothing happens. It looks as if it is strting, the task appears in the taskbar and the computer appears to be doing something, but then it dies. The task disappears from the task bar, and Delphi never loads. Any ideas what is causing this?
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