2005 m. Birželio 8 d., Trečiadienis 17:33, Graham Smith rašė: > I have recently started experiencing a strange problem with KDE whereby > for some unknown reason it switches to Gnome (while I'm logged in - I > didn't think that was possible). The most obvious sign that this has > happened is the background picture set under KDE disappears and the > right click on the desktop is ignored (no menu pops up). I get no > messages in /var/log/syslog when it happens. gnome-settings-daemon, nautilus (do not ever run nautilus under KDE) and other similar core gnome programs seem to be taking over your desktop. Kill them and it should be fine. A general rule is to avoid all GNOME programs which are very tightly integrated into the GNOME desktop. > I'm running the pure64 port of sid with KDE 3.3.2. I think, but I can't > confirm this because it doesn't happen every time, that it has something > to do with Open Office or the chroot it is running in. I say this > because the problem seems to occur after I start Open Office (it might > just be the screen saver though but it seems more common with OO). Do you have openoffice.org-gtk-gnome installed? If so, try removing it.
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