Re: Problems with kicker & /tmp
- To: Robert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: Problems with kicker & /tmp
- From: Aurelien Jarno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 00:51:30 +0200
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Le Vendredi 28 Juin 2002 17:38, Robert a écrit :
> Actually, from what I can tell, I've got the exact OPPOSITE problem...
> From the bug report:
> "...and if the tmp directory is erased (for example on startup), it
> becomes a dead link. This causes some errors..."
> While with my situation, if I _do_ run "rm /tmp/*" and then log in to
> kde it _solves_ my problem.
> Do you think that the problem is in kdelibs? I'd really like to submit
> the bug to the right place, but am not sure what package is/should be
> responsible for cleaning out the tmp space at log out time.
Sorry for the delayed answer, I was in week-end with no computer access...
I think the problem is also in kdelibs. I am also the Debian packager of
Kwave, and I have seen it makes its own check in the /tmp directory on
startup (kde-... and mcop-...). It means, there was also problems with
this directory. I hope everything is fixed in KDE 3 :-)
Meanwhile, you could maybe report the bug against kdebase (the package
containing kicker), mentioning that it is maybe linked with the bug
#143339 in kdelibs.
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