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Indeed. Re: Strange but solved...

I can confirm this. I had no less than 7 duplicate bookmarks, deleted them, 
now the crashes have gone.

Thanks alot!


Am Mittwoch, 5. Februar 2003 23:54 schrieb Felix Homann:
> OK,
> I figured it out myself. I had added a bookmark to my bookmark toolbar that
> was already present in another bookmark folder. Removing either one of them
> solved the problem. Very strange, isn't it?
> I will file a bug report if I can reproduce it on a different machine
> running the latest KDE packages.
> --Felix
> On Wednesday 05 February 2003 23:17, I wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > all of a sudden my konqueror went nuts:
> > -Whenever I quit it I get a signal 11 (SIGSEV) crash. That's annoying!
> > -If I have a child konqueror, e.g. from middle-mouse-button-clicking a
> > link, and I quit any one instance of konqueror, *all* the konquerors die.
> > That's even more annoying!!
> >
> > This does only happen in my usual account. Removing ~/.kde fixes it but I
> > don't want to loose all of my settings. In other words I would like to
> > know which single file/directory causes this trouble so I can just get
> > rid of.
> >
> > BTW: Why do they put bookmarks in .kde? Why do they put all important
> > settings, like accout informations of kmail in this directory? I've often
> > got in situations where the only way to get KDE working correctly again
> > was to remove the whole .kde directory, thus loosing lots of settings...
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Felix

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