settings won't stay 'stuck' in KDE
justin.denick at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 17:30:56 GMT 2005
I'd also make sure the entire ~/your name folder is owned by you. sudo
chown -R yourname:yourgroup
On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 07:48:35 +0100, Sven Jacobs <sven.jacobs at web.de> wrote:
> Hello Craig!
> >I have a strange problem. Basically, settings won't stay 'stuck' in
> >KDE. For example, I set up KDE with 8 virtual desktops... but this
> >defaults back to 4 on a reboot. I assign default applications to open
> >certain files... and they don't stay that way. Every time I reboot,
> >the sound settings (alsamixer) are at zero and I have to turn them up.
> >(Won't stay put.) etc. etc. etc. This seems to be across the board.I
> >think there is some permissions problem somewhere but I don't know
> >where to look or what to do.
> If you are using Linux check if your personal KDE folder (where KDE
> stores all your preferences) is read, write and executable by your user.
> If your KDE version is 3.3 then this folder would be named .kde3.3 in
> your home directory.
> cd ~
> chmod 700 .kde3.3
> would do the trick.
> Sven Jacobs
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