KDE again

Martin Sarter martin.sarter "at" web.de
Sat, 01 Sep 2001 17:36:45 +0000


I searched the archive, watched the mailing list for several weeks, followed
the usual hints (modifying xsetup, setting -depth to the appropriate) but
KDE still isn't working with VNC. All I get is a vncviewer window with a
konsole and the KDE background color but no icons, no background image, no
task bar, no window elements to the konsole. I have SuSE 7.1 running.

Any hints?


Here's the log:
01/09/01 17:02:51 Xvnc version 3.3.3r1
01/09/01 17:02:51 Copyright (C) AT&T Laboratories Cambridge.
01/09/01 17:02:51 All Rights Reserved.
01/09/01 17:02:51 See http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc for information on
01/09/01 17:02:51 Desktop name 'X' (linux:1)
01/09/01 17:02:51 Protocol version supported 3.3
01/09/01 17:02:51 Listening for VNC connections on TCP port 5901
01/09/01 17:02:51 Listening for HTTP connections on TCP port 5801
01/09/01 17:02:51   URL http://linux:5801
It looks like dcopserver is already running. If you are sure
that it is not already running, remove /root/.DCOPserver_linux
and start dcopserver again.

kdesktop is already running!
KDE Daemon (kded) already running.
Could not load library! Trying exec....
Launched ok, pid = 1011
Server has no DPMS extension
There are already artsd objects registered, looking if they are active...
ERROR: kicker is already running!
klipper is already running!

Error: Can't add object reference (probably artsd is already running).
       If you are sure it is not already running, remove the relevant files:


kwrited is already running.ERROR: KUniqueApplication: DCOP communication
QSocketNotifier: Multiple socket notifiers for same socket 6 and type read

01/09/01 17:04:15 Got connection from client
01/09/01 17:04:16 Protocol version 3.3
01/09/01 17:04:22 Pixel format for client
01/09/01 17:04:22   32 bpp, depth 24, little endian
01/09/01 17:04:22   true colour: max r 255 g 255 b 255, shift r 16 g 8 b 0
01/09/01 17:04:22 Using raw encoding for client
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