----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Rosenberg" <ben(a)whack.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2003 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: [suse-kde] Upgrade to KDE 3.1.2 lock ups
* NeoFax (neofax(a)comcast.net) [030527 19:56]:
->>You could try shutting down KDM and then removing all KDE related
->>directories in /tmp then removing .mcop* and the two tmp files in .kde.
->>You then restart KDM and it should be fixed. Sometimes KDE leaves
->>temporary files around and when you upgrade it craps out when
->>them or creating new files.
->I have done this already. Is there any other way of fixing this
You may actually be missing some pkgs. You may not have grabbed
everything you need. I use to just download base, app and devel when I
was doing it by hand. Now I just count out apt to get what I need ..and
it apt usually works quite well unless SuSE does one of their famous pkg
switching off apps. But if you have downloaded base, apps and devel an
installed each package then something else must be wrong. Anything else
changed on the system?
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No, nothing else has changed KDE wise. I also use apt to upgrade the
system. Do you know if apt has the orphan program for SuSE. If so, I will
just remove kdelibs and then run orphan to see what packages were orphaned
and then reinstall.