Re: [LUG] cool linux software - dia
At 01:52 24/03/2000, you wrote:
>I've just discovered a dead cool bit of X software. Its called dia (find
>it on fm) and its a technical diagram drawing package, very much along the
>lines of Visio.
Nice one, I'll have to give that a go. I've been looking for some software
to do flowcharts, and that sounds like it could fit the bill.
Meanwhile I'm having other troubles. On my main box I run SuSE63 under
VMware 2.0 on Win2k. No flames plz ;).
I just installed XF86 4.0, and now I just can't get X to work. SaX2 doesn't
even start up, saying it can't find the display.
I was expecting to have troubles, but I thought I'd give it a go anyway.
Anyone else tried this combination?
It's not too much hassle: it's only a for fun installation. But it's just a
pain having to delve in the case to swap IDE channels so I can boot Linux
native, to get SaX2 working that way.
Besides, I'm going for a Windoze uptime record: 6 days and counting. This
is a personal record.
PS You've got to check out the BOFH's adventure this week. It's a cracker:
Stavros <st4vs at box.co.uk>
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