My problem about Google Earth is now solved. It was not about the PCLinuxOS LXDE 32-bit version installation, but the PCLinuxOS LXDE 64-bit version. So, I think it's not interesting for us, because the 64-bit version is (obviously) a testing release.
But, if you are interesting, that problem was born due my Kernel (the 64-bit Kernel) upgrade (from 184.108.40.206-pclos3 version to 3.2.18-pclos2.bfs version).
After that, was not possible to configure my ATI driver (the ATI Catalist Control center don't work!, so I cannot configure it: when I attempt to open the ATI Catalist Control Center it crash and give me a report about to use "anticonfig" for configure the driver.
But, "anticonfig" is wrong (the word is wrong): the right word is -obviously- "aticonfig".
My Google Earth was not working due the lack of my ATI driver configuration.
After the configuration (using "# aticonfig --initial -f and rebooting after that), that happens during reboot, my Google Earth turn working (and working good).
This is about Google earth (on my 64-bit instalaltion; on my 32-bit installation the actual Google Earth package -from official PCLinuxOS repos- don't work: I can see only a horrible dark window and not the Google Earth standard interface, but... a previous version (that I have downloaded from your Forum) work good, so I can install and use it instead the new (no useful) version.
To install, I usually use the rpm-installer package. That works very good until the actual version was released (the previous version was the 0.6-1pclos2012, by Neal I think; the actual version is the 0-.6-2pclos2013... and this version don't works at all on PCLinuxOS LXDE).
I have seen that the new version works good on PCLinuxOS XFCE, of course.
But, on PCLinuxOS LXDE version, the command (on mouse right-click) "open with RPM-installer" disappear, it's vanished!
So, I attempt to install (into my PCLinuxoS LXDE 32-bit) my Google Earth 32-bit rpm-package (that I downloaded thanks to Serj) using the Terminal, but... I had to discover that the .rpm extension is unrecognized by System and all my attempt to install using Terminal fails.
At last, I proceed to uninstall the latest version of rpm-installer and reboot.
At reboot, I was able to install my Google Earth rpm-package using Terminal... and my System recognize the RPM extension without problem.
To have more experience, I proceed to reinstall (using Synaptic) the "rpm-installer" package... and all the problems comes back suddenly! RPM-installer was not working and it was not more possible to install using Terminal.
After that, I proceed to uninstall the "rpm-installer" package a second time, reboot and all turn to work good.
About my hardware: I am using PCLinuxOS on 4 my PCs. Some is PCLinuxOS LXDE and some is PCLinuxOS XFCE (I don't like at all the KDE4 desktop-environment, so -till 2009 Spring- I have non more KDE4 installation on my PCs).
I have 2 DesktopPC (both are 32-bit Intel Processor), a Netbook (a 32-bit Intel Processor too) and a Notebook (an AMD 64-bit Processor). My Graphics is by Intel (on DesktopPCs anc on Netbook) and an ATI HD (on the 64-bit Notebook).
The problem about the new "rpm-installer" package appears everywhere on my PCLinuxOS LXDE installations, identical (even for the 32-bit and the 64-bit installations).
On my PCLinuxOS XFCE installation, the new "rpm-installer" work good and give no problem.
So, I think that the package is not "broken", but -I suspect- there is some conflict or some other problem that hurt the new "rpm-installer" package and LXDE (as it is on PCLinuxOS actually).
This is all, I