* James Knott <james.knott(a)rogers.com> [03-26-17 13:49]:
On 03/26/2017 01:40 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
curious, doesn't mean that you already had
configurations that were
already uncompatible but not visible until after updates.
if you are *really* interested in a solution, you should begin with a
*new* user and slowly add preferences until you reach a stable system or
find what is causing your problem. w/o a controlled environment, you will
be very lucky to identify a cause.
you need to make a choice.
What if I rename my home directory, recreate the user and start moving
stuff back? I have a lot of stuff in there, all my files from over the
years, music, various accounts and lots more.
key is beginning with a *new* user and default configs. how you get
there is your choice.
the idea is to identify and eliminate the problem. you can always alter
your present user/configs after you have identified the problem and
determined a solution. I cannot see that one is better than the other
except that leaving your present user/configs and altering later *may* be
in days past, simply moving ~/.kde# would have sufficed but today is
somewhat more complex. but you *might* get by just moving present ~/.kde#
directories and trying, I am not knowledgeable enough to say.
(paka)Patrick Shanahan Plainfield, Indiana, USA @ptilopteri
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