Re: can't start KDE as user
Paul Scott wrote:
Darryl Barlow wrote:
The first thing I would try is deleting .(or renaming) .kde in your
home directory. Then start kde. If it still fails to login then
I removed .kde several times. There were not any relevant error
messages in any log that I could find.
XFree86.0.log and post the relevant messages if you still need help.
As you can see from my other post it's fixed now.
Didn't read the whole thread, but removing
in the home directory helped me more than once when I couldn't login as
user. It's being created again at the next login.