Re: upgrade woes
Frank Dekervel writes:
> i had the same problem.
> i could get the old config back by executing 'kcontrol' as root
> (->system->login manager) and reconfiguring kdm.
Thanks for your help. I indeed was able to get back to the old config
by reconfiguring kdm - but only for some time: One or two logins I
have the chosen configuration (only "real" users shown, everybody
gets the shutdown button) but than I again get what seems to be the
new system default (all "users" shown, no shutdown button).
So, how can I make my chosen configuration permanent? (And what's
going on here anyway?)
> op Tuesday 8 May 2001 17:56 heeft Andreas Goesele het volgende uit zijn
> botten geslaan:
> > Hi,
> > last night's upgrade brought some unpleasant surprises:
> > - kdm now suddenly shows all users on the system instead of only those
> > which are supposed to lock in (who have a password and a home
> > directory.)
> > - kdm now longer has a shutdown button
> > - I had font sizes and types configured as I liked them. Now suddenly
> > most fonts are too big while other do not display correctly (it looks
> > as if the fonts do not exist in the given font size).
> > So what kind of configuration files were changed, and how do I get
> > back my original configuration?
> > Andreas Gösele
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