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> Gnome Crash !
apokai
post Dec 27 2002, 08:15 AM
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Hi,
GNOME is crashing when logging with ROOT but not with a regular user. The crashing problem is something with the PANEL.

Is there a way to reinstall GNOME or like to erase all the files of the current setting of GNOME ? thk !
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Corey
post Dec 27 2002, 12:48 PM
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i'm not too familier with gnome (i use kde primarily), however, whenever I wanted to "clear the slate" as a user under kde, I would issue the command "rm -rf ~/.kde". Check your root's home directory for something like "~/.gnome" and make sure you back up the important stuff and clear it. The next time you start, you will have to re-configure everything.


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