You have a layer for KDE desktop icons that needs to be turned off via
KDE's Control Center/Desktop/Behavior/. Two ways to do this. Select the
Full Screen mode in X11->Preferences->Output or launch the KDE Control
You have the choice of running X11 in rootless or root mode.
Command-option-a toggles X11's Full Screen mode.
With KDE running you have two desktops- KDE and Aqua. KDE's desktop has
a GUI layer for desktop icons. Full Screen mode enables a more typical
On May 13, 2004, at 12:29 PM, Mike Blonder wrote:
The KDE Desktop came up, though the mouse and keyboard did NOT work
from the Mac. I had to terminate the X11 Session prior to logging out
of the system. Any ideas as to how to get the keyboard and mouse to
On May 13, 2004, at 12:32 PM, Don MacQueen wrote:
You can. It may or may not be difficult, depending on how the Linux
systems are configured.
First, it will help if you get acquainted with some terminology. It
can seem a little convoluted, even backwards, at first.
Hope this helps.
We have two Linux systems running. Can I use the Apple X11
Application from my Mac PowerBook G4 as a remote client for the X11
Server residing on the SuSE Linux System(s)? If so, then how
difficult is the configuration?