Re: kde 3.2 will not start after dist-upgrade
On Wednesday 10 March 2004 03:18 pm, Sean O'Dubhghaill wrote:
> On Wednesday 10 March 2004 7:42 pm, uwe Herion wrote:
> > Hallo
> > i make a dist-upgrade with unstable debian.
> > now i have kde 3.2:
> > ipc1:/home/uwe# dpkg --list | grep kde
> > ii kde-i18n-de 3.1.5-1 German (de) internationalized (i18n)
> > files f ii kdebase 3.2.1-1 KDE Base metapackage
> > ii kdebase-bin 3.2.1-1 KDE Base (binaries)
> > ii kdebase-data 3.2.1-1 KDE Base (shared data)
> > ii kdebase-kio-pl 3.2.1-1 KDE I/O Slaves
> > ii kdegraphics 3.2.1-1 KDE Graphics metapackage
> > ii kdegraphics-kf 3.2.1-1 provide meta information for graphic
> > files ii kdelibs-bin 3.2.1-1 KDE core binaries
> > ii kdelibs-data 3.2.1-1 KDE core shared data
> > ii kdelibs4 3.2.1-1 KDE core libraries
> > rc kdepim-libs 3.1.5-1.1 KDE PIM libraries
> > ii kdeprint 3.2.1-1 KDE Print
> > ii kdesktop 3.2.1-1 KDE Desktop
> > ii libkdenetwork2 3.2.1-1 KDE Network library
> > ii libkdepim1 3.2.1-1 KDE PIM library
> > ipc1:/home/uwe#
> > The new kde will not start.
> > An other displaymanger (icewm) starts.
> > Can you help me what i have to do.
> > Thank's
> > uwe
> I had to delete my .kde directory in my home directory to make kde start
> again. Unfortunately you lose all your kde setting doing this.
Aghh... don't do that! From kdm, choose the Menu button, then Session
Types, then KDE. You only need to do this once. After that, KDE will be
the default session type.