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Old 2nd September 2007, 10:33 PM
simonr Offline
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Fedora freezes when configuring vino in gui


I'm a semi-n00b to linux / fedora, so your help is greatly appeciated.

I've just built a mini-ITX board using a Jetway J7F2 board (1.5GHz Via C7). Fedora 7 is up and running.

However, when I go to configure vino in gnome, and I untick any of the checkboxes, the system completely freezes. It becomes totally unbootable and I have to reset the CMOS and sometime re-seat the RAM.

I have only and always had it happen in these circumstances.

Could it be memory related. Separately, only about 500000KB of my 1GB DIMM shows up in the system. The two could be related, I suppose!

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