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Re: win 98 crash, damage to debian KDE taskbar ?



On Mon, Dec 23, 2002 at 01:43:46PM +0100, Olivier Esser wrote:
> daves debian wrote:
> >I had a problem, my windows 98SE crashed badly, no supprise there, and 
> >seemed to corrupt debian on the next partition. I didn't think windows 
> >could access any other partitions ....?
> >
> >I had to manually fsck the drive where it cleared a inode.
> >
> >Am i right, this has deleted a file ???
> >
> >Anyhow since then the 'window' on my taskbar where all the minimised 
> >programs go has disappeared. IE if i minimise a window I cant access it !!!
> >
> >I have checked preferences/settings/appletts
> >I got to admit this menu is confusing, 
> >
> >Any ideas how to get my taskbar window back so I can un-minimise 
> >applications + how do I add remove applets, the menu seems to do nothing ?

Doesn't right-clicking on the panel give you an option to add the
taskbar back?

> rm -rf .kde* (in your home directory)

Erk, no!  Just move it out of the way (to .kde.old or wherever) 'til you
find the actual problem.

-rob

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