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how to make linux display gnome interface on datashow

HI all,
I've laptop that have linux centos 5.0 and I need to connect it to datashow for a course presentation can you please help me in that
theproblem is while loading it display the results on the datashow but after booting complete in gnome it does'not work the datashow screen is black and the laptop is up and runing

can you please help me in that
best regards
hatem gamal
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arnoldCommented:
Is the course presentation use a specific type of presentation?
The problem is I have no idea what the presentation is.

Is this a web based presentation?
What are the requirements/restrictions on the presentation? I.e. if web based, is it limited to one or a few browsers?  If it is a download, do you have the applicable viewer?
There are way to many questions.

If you can, post the URL or a detailed explanation on how you access these items.
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hatem_from_mesrAuthor Commented:
>>>Is the course presentation use a specific type of presentation?
it's web development course no more no less
it's on the laptop and I'm in virtual private network so I can't show you what I mean
please help me in this situation
best regards
hatem gamal
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arnoldCommented:
I understand that it is a course.  The issue is what format is it and do you have the requisite plug-in program to access it?
I.e. is it a power point presentation? Is it a flash, etc.
Is the course loaded into a web browser for display, etc.?
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hatem_from_mesrAuthor Commented:
>>>Is the course loaded into a web browser for display, etc.?
yes it is
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arnoldCommented:
Which browser?  Try a different one?  If your system has apache, can you place the file in the htdocs and access the file through the local apache web server?
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hatem_from_mesrAuthor Commented:
hi arnold
>>>Which browser?
firefox
>>>If your system has apache, can you place the file in the htdocs and access >>>the file through the local apache web server?
I'm using xampp

best regards
hatem gamal
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arnoldCommented:
Can you place the presentation document into the htdocs directory and see whether accessing the resource through a web server solves your issue?

The behavior is different when loading a document from the local file system versus when loading the resource from the outside.

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hatem_from_mesrAuthor Commented:
no
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arnoldCommented:
Ok.

You do realize that I have no access to your system nor do I have any idea why or what the issue is.
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