Re: Resetting GNOME configurations
From: Jean-David Beyer (jdbeyer_at_exit109.com)
Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2005 09:30:43 -0500
> Hello. I just installed SuSE Linux 9.2 and changed my desktop to
> after doing so, I accidentally (don't ask), deleted my bottom panel
> which acts like the MS Windows taskbar, where I can click on running
> applications to bring them into the foreground.
> In my attempt to try and figure out how to get the deleted panel back,
> I've screwed up my GNOME configuration even more.
> Is there away to reset my GNOME configuration as if just installed?
> Also, all of this horsing around has been to change my desktop theme.
> I can't figure out how to change my theme. My documentation that
> came with SuSE does not seem updated. It tells me to do one of
> two things:
> 1. Programs->Application->[Some Program Name, I forgot]
> This is missing.
> 2. Right click desktop, and from there click New, something
> about location, and //preferences:
> Anyways, there's no way to do this either.
> If you can help me reset my GNOME to it's original settings
> then help me figure out how to use some of those cool desktop
> themes I see floating around on the internet, I'd really
> appreciate it.
If you just installed it, you have nothing to lose by reinstalling it.
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