Re: Gaah! KDE madness!
On Saturday 01 June 2002 09:30 pm, Andy Saxena wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 01, 2002 at 05:56:49PM -0500, Peter Clark wrote:
> > On Saturday 01 June 2002 04:00 pm, Andy Saxena wrote:
> > > On Sat, Jun 01, 2002 at 10:15:16AM -0500, Peter Clark wrote:
> > > > root--I'm sending this, obviously. The second thing is that the fonts
> > > > are all hopelessly foobar. In an ironic twist, some (but not all) of
> > > > the TrueType fonts work (namely, Arial and Times New Roman), but all
> > > > the other fonts, including the fixed-width fonts, all default to an
> > > > illegible cursive font. I've tried using different font servers, or
> > > > no font server, but keep getting that wretched cursive font.
> > > > Mind you, I did not purge any of the previous settings; I'm at a
> > > > loss as to why its behaving this way. Any suggestions would be
> > > > greatly appreciated.
> > > >
> > > > :Peter
> > >
> > > Try this outside your KDE session, perhaps from the console:
> > >
> > > $ mv ~/.kde ~/.kde-backup
> > >
> > > Then restart your KDE session.
> > I already thought of that; no go. In fact, once I had backed everything
> > up, I continually nuked ~/.kde as I tried various font servers, but kept
> > getting the cursive font. Thanks anyways.
> > :Peter
> When you say you didn't purge any of the previous settings, which
> settings are you referring to?
Oops, my bad. I should have explained myself better--when I meant "purge", I
meant that I did not uninstall the KDE2 debs with --purge. Fonts worked fine
in KDE2, so I thought that there shouldn't be a problem going in with KDE3.
When I got the cursive font and the problem with kppp, one of the first
things I did was move ~/.kde to ~/.kde-bak and tried again.
What other areas should I try? I've looked at /etc/kde3 (and /etc/kde2, since
that's still there) to see if there is anything that might be affected, but I
couldn't find anything relevant.
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