I deleted the .kde directory to no avail.
However, I installed Corel 1.2 in some empty space in my computer.
It fsck up other partitions, so I've had to re-install SuSE 6.4
KDE works now!
Ruairi Newman wrote:
>> > I am running SuSE 6.4, and I have removed the Kde rpms and re-installed
> > them, all to no avail.
> > Any ideas on how to fix this.
>> Does this happen to all users on the box?
>> If not, then "rm -Rf .kde" from the user's home directory. This will kill the
> kde config for the user.
>> IIRC, logging out and back in under KDE will recreate the .kde dir using
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