kde crash

Bram Schoenmakers bramschoenmakers at kde.nl
Sat Mar 4 10:13:08 GMT 2006

Op zaterdag 04 maart 2006 03:57, schreef Bob Stia:
> Anybody can tell me why this is happening? Other users are OK.

No, the backtrace doesn't reveal much. You could try to replace some 
configuration files (make a backup of your own files first!) which seem to 
work for the other users. Replace for example in the directory 
~/.kde/share/config/ the files ksmserverrc (session management) and kickerrc 
You can also replace the whole ~/.kde directory (again: backup!) and see if it 
works fine then. If it does, you can gradually put the original files back so 
you lose the minimum amount of data and settings.

Kind regards,

Bram Schoenmakers
KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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