desktop panel and dock files fix
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Sat Nov 20 02:52:10 GMT 2010
sibu xolo posted on Fri, 19 Nov 2010 16:20:07 +0000 as excerpted:
> I would be grateful for advice on how to fix the problem of 'docked
> files not appearing on the desktop panel after the panel became
> reconfigured, In otherwords a fix would be appreciated for stuff not
> docking and remaining visible (probably going in to some cache) that
> 'disables' logout to kdm.
This isn't a fix for you, as unfortunately I don't quite understand the
issue based on your description (your post reads like English may not be
your native language; I appreciate the struggle but still can't understand
the post, perhaps because I don't use a *dm, but rather, startx, from a
text console based login), but perhaps it'll help you get one.
When you post, please, always include kde version and distribution and/or
source/repository information. For instance, here, I'm running kde 4.5.3
on Gentoo/~amd64, using the gentoo/kde overlay. (Gentoo's a rolling
update distribution and thus doesn't really have release versions like
Ubuntu's recent 10.10 release, but that should be included too if it
And for tough to describe problems, sometimes posting a screenshot helps.
If you have access to a web site to post them to, that works, or you can
try using pastebin or similar public sites, and simply post the links, if
desired. Or, if the screenshots are small enough (if you can post-process
them to reduce the color depth to 16-bit-per-pixel or even 256-color/8-
bpp), cropping them if appropriate, and possibly converting to jpeg, that
helps make the files smaller, but some people don't know how to do all
that), you can try attaching them to the posting to the list, tho a link
is preferred if it's possible, especially if the files are large.
But at least do post the version information, as right now, we have no
idea whether you're still running an old kde 3.5.something, or an older kde
4.3 or 4.4, or the quite new 4.5.something, nor do we know which
distribution you are running kde on or if you compiled it yourself direct
from kde's released source tarballs, which matters because some
distributions make changes and so are quite different from what kde itself
Hope you get an fix! =:^)
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