Re: [kde-linux] KDE crippled for certain user

On Friday 19 May 2006 21:51, Bill Dika wrote:
Hi Kevin:

Thanks for the reply.

The permissions, owners and groups appear to be the same for all relavant
directories and files in /home/dad, home/dad2 and .local. dad's ID is 1000
and dad2's ID is 1001. The relevant group is 'users' for both dad and dad2
files and directories.

Do you think that this problem is so deep that I just have to copy all
files from /home/dad to /home/dad2 and use dad2 as my login?

First better try moving .local


Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer@xxxxxx>
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
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