harald.nikolisin at sofistik.de
Tue Jul 26 08:14:48 UTC 2005
thanks for your hint. it leads me to the file
in which you have to comment the line
This seems only to be related to SuSE Linux.
Oh lord (ahm, no I'm not religious) - Oh linus, when will the time come
with no distribution-specific annoyances.
Andreas Pakulat schrieb:
>On 30.Jun 2005 - 18:46:23, Harald Nikolisin wrote:
>>old topic, new problem:
>>after installing kdevelop in /usr/local instead of /opt/kde3 (default)
>>KDevelop can't load C++ plugin ..blabla
>>yes, I had set KDEDIRS, the annoying thing is that I must every time I
>>log in in KDE re-enter the "kbuildsycocoa" command. Every time the
>>changes are lost...
>>any ideas? I'm using SuSE 9.2 and KDE 3.3.2
>This is just a guess: You set KDEDIRS in .bashrc (or whatever your shell
>uses) and that's the problem. Normally those don't get executed when
>logging in, only of you include them from your .bash_profile (or
>.profile or whatever your shell uses). But this can still be not enough,
>as far as I know kdm until kde3.4.0 did not start a login-shell when
>starting the session, thus neither .bash_profile nor .bashrc are read,
>so KDEDIRS are empty when starting KDE (where kbuildsycoca is run).
>As I don't know SuSE that much, the only hint I can give is: create a
>file .xsession in your home and put
>In there. I hope SuSE cares about a .xsession in the home...
mit freundlichen Grüssen / with kind regards
Dipl.-Ing. Harald Nikolisin
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