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geekboy2000

Mark Smitka
KSetiSaver

Screensavers by jisi 49 comments

My profound apologies if this is a "RTFM" issue, but it was as simple as me not using the trailing "/" at the end of the paths! Man thanks for a great app, it's working!! :) - Dec 20 2002
KSetiSaver

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It (ksetisaver) is indicating that it can't access state.sah. I just confirmed the file is in the /usr/bin directory along with setiathome and ksetisaver, so I'm stumped once again. I did delete the ksetisaverrc file, and configured it again, but still, the same problem. - Dec 20 2002
KSetiSaver

Screensavers by jisi 49 comments

I do have both the data and bin in the same directory (/usr/bin), and have the box checked indicating that they are in the same directory/path, but I still get that error. I see an earlier tip about deleting the rc file for ksetisaver and starting over. I'll give that a try. Thanks. - Dec 20 2002
KSetiSaver

Screensavers by jisi 49 comments

I just grabbed 3.2, but it still complains on startup that it can't find the data in /usr/bin. The user data, etc is there. I'm running RH 8/KDE 3.0.5-1. Any suggestions? Thanks! - Dec 20 2002
KSetiSaver

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I modified setiparse, got it to compile fine, but still, I get the error with respect to the .sah file. Setiathome works fine from the console, but KSetiSaver can't seem to find the .sah files. I'm running KDE 3.0.5-1 w/Redhat 8.0 - Dec 03 2002