On Wed, 2010-04-07 at 19:45 +0200, Lars Müller wrote:
On Wed, Apr 07, 2010 at 01:08:36PM +0200, Roger
On Wed, 2010-04-07 at 13:01 +0200, Lars Müller
rpm -qa \*upstream\*
No such packages. Sigh.
I have attached a bit of the panel. Even more fun is when the Leave
dialog is presented, you cannot see the text for logging out vs.
shutting down or rebooting the system. Ordinary users are not happy.
KDE here had been in the same unreadabe color scheme till I ensured to
rpm -qa 'kde*openSUSE*' | sort
In both use cases the systems got ugraded from openSUSE 11.1.
I will try this when I can again access the systems. In my more recent
posts, the system was a fresh install (not an update as in the original
post). And a new user gets this crap setup in bots situations.
What they have in common over systems where I installed 11.2 and this
did not happen is that in the 'working' systems, the users were
created/logged in BEFORE the kde update (the general 11.2 update - not a
version from some KDE repo) was done. Only after the users ran with the
KDE that ships with 11.2 was the update to KDE done.
In the systems that do not work, the KDE update was done as part of the
install, and so was done before the user logged in.
One very very odd detail: the root user's desktop looks correct on all
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