David Bolt <blacklist-me@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
Looking at the forum for the Linux version, you will need
to add these packages:
Adding them using YaST2 will pull in any other required
There may be others required that don't seem to be listed,
but without starting it up to find out, I don't know.
Thanx to all for the assistance. I had those packages already
installed and found an old post by someone who got it to work
on an earlier version of opensuse.
I added xorg-x11-libxdmcp-32bit and away it went.
Once again thanx to all for the swift help.
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