rbe at flash.net
Tue Dec 3 00:05:08 GMT 2002
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On Monday 02 December 2002 11:16 am, Niki wrote:
> I have a problem with kde startup; since last week, an empty, new
> document (writer) is opened every time I login. Do you know how could
> I fix it?
> Unticking 'restore session' doesn't work.
Try this (no quarantees). Use Ctrl-Alt-F1 to get to a terminal window
(while you are on a desktop). Type "root" and your root password.
Type "ps -e" and look for soffice.bin or something similar. Type kill
<PID Number of process>. You may have to do this several times. If
you start with the highest numbered instance, though, that might do.
Type "ps -e" after each removal to verify that it is shut down.
Once you close it out, type "exit" and Ctrl-Alt-F5 to get back to the
desktop. Make sure everything is as you want it and logout making sure
"restore session" IS ticked. Log back in and see if it worked. If it
did, you just fixed a strange problem (now you can unclick it next time
you log out). If it doesn't, start looking over the following files:
.profile-private (you may not have one)
If everything looks okay in these (nowhere showing anything OOo
related), then I'm at a complete loss.
Robert Black Eagle
The world was more peaceful
Before the Old Gods were abandoned.
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