[kde-solaris] unable to get to KDE desktop after logging in
parmar.nilesh at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 10:43:44 CEST 2006
Thanks a lot, I took the clue from this and removed all the <username>
directories from the /tmp folder. I then was able to view the startkde file
when I logged in next. On going through the log file I noticed that the
errors were to do with the KDEqt, I think I forgot to install this package
:( I though I had installed it.
I have now installed it and I could log on to the KDE desktop :). It looks
I'm yet to see if I can log in as another user. I'll try that out in a bit.
Thanks a lot everybody for helping me out on this,
On 6/26/06, ALLEN, David <David.ALLEN at eur.crowncork.com> wrote:
> We have this issue as well. You need to delete a few *-<username>
> directories in /tmp, which I think were installed with the installation and
> permissions are stopping you overwrite.
> Should get you running, but the problem may re-occur if you log in as
> another user, and I don't know a permanent fix. Maybe someone else knows the
> *From:* Nilesh Parmar [mailto:parmar.nilesh at gmail.com]
> *Sent:* 24 June 2006 14:56
> *To:* kde-solaris at mail.kde.org
> *Subject:* [kde-solaris] unable to get to KDE desktop after logging in
> Hello Everybody,
> I tried to install KDE on my Solaris 10 Ultra Sparc box. I followed
> all the instructions that were described on
> http://solaris.kde.org/instructions.php page. I installed all the binary
> packages and patches as described here. I also managed to get "KDE 3.4.332-bit [en_US.UTF-8]" display in the Sessions menu.
> However, after I select this, I am unable to get to the KDE desktop. I get
> a blue screen (as described in the installation instructions) but after a
> few seconds I am taken back the login screen. I do not get the Konfigurator
> as described in the instructions. I however am able to log on to CDE and
> JDS (which were preinstalled). I do not get any error messages. Everything
> else seems to work on Solaris except the KDE desktop.
> I'm not sure what is going wrong. Is there any way to troubleshoot this
> problem ? Any log files that can help me ? I'm not a Solaris expert, but I
> can just work my way through. It would be great if anyone can help me
> troubleshoot this.
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