The error is logged to the Console, while running an Automator action "Add Watermark".
"WaterView: unable to create image source from " and then the URI to the image.
This was because I had moved the .jpg that it was looking for. However you have to have the console open to see this error. This is not handled properly.
All seems to be well in Powerbook land, because I wisely chose YDL 3 for this machine. There is a posting on the YDL forums at www.yellowdog-board.com about installing YDL 4.1 onto the Wallstreet (Powerbook G3 Series). But it requires a customizes kernel from shiner.info (thats the Apple Network Server) and much fiddling.
The most helpful error message is:
What are you supposed to do now?!
One user I look after has an enormous number of this line item in the console:
"error evaluating Type 4 function: typecheck."
We use Adobe Creative Suite 2. A quick search via Yahoo found 2 other people posted this error but no answers as to why it happens. Best lead is currently at:
There was an extra Dell at work, so I formatted it and installed Ubuntu Flight 4.
It crusied along nicely, then choked on the kernel. Then it presented me with a choice of 3 kernels, so I chose the bottom one because it had a version number in it.
That seemed to work fine.
This is on a Compaq DeskPro 4000 with >128MB RAM.
First I had a successful Red Hat 7.3 installation on this machine. Except for the fact that I hadn't done the installation that included gcc, so nothing new could be compiled.
Successful install! It boots up and running an XWindows Server. I found out the Window Manager it runs is called CDE.
Anyway the only thing I forgot to do is make sure the darn old PC had an Ethernet card in it before the install. Now I will have to put one in and figure out how to configure it.
I found a review on Unixreview.com which explains how to switch to KDE.
Installed, booted fine, got CUPS printing, now cant boot
Project stalled. XPostFacto 3 is downloaded but not yet installed.
The copy of LinuxPPC I was given for this experiment was from 2000. Therefore I presume some of the issues outlined below may be as a result of this.
Installed successfully, it wasn't the smoothest installation in the world, due to not knowing which partition Linux was on after partitioning the drive.