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Re: [SLE] Cannot start KDE after YOU update last night - [SOLVED]
  • From: "Sylvanus A. Currie" <sylvanus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2002 00:33:56 +0100
  • Message-id: <200210030033.57190.sylvanus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Fix found in list archives (see below)

Thanks to all who replied
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Thanks Ben. Am now firmly back at runlevel 5.

Just a note that I have ~/.kde1 and ~/.kde2 directories too and had to remove
the symlinks from them also. Can I get rid of these directories?
Steve.

On Saturday 14 September 2002 18:50, Ben Rosenberg wrote:
> * steve (fsanta@xxxxxxxxxx) [020914 04:54]:
> ::Hi.
> ::When I login via the kdm all I get is an xterm. If I launch konqueror and
> ::click on .xinitrc I get back to normal. Is there any way I can fix this?
>
> 1. Run SuSEconfig && ldconfig
> 2. Remove all kde ksocket and mcop directories from /tmp.
> 3. Remove .mcop* in your home directory and the 2 symlinks in ~/.kde
> which are called "socket and tmp" and have a dash then your machine
> name.
>
> After this you should be fine. I don't know if the removal of these
> directories in /tmp is needed anymore. I've just been doing it since
> early releases of 2.x and everytime I upgrade KDE I do it. And I never
> have an issue.
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