Gnome Desktop issues
Date: 10 Apr 2004 10:52:55 -0700
I used to run Mandrake 9.2. Recently, I dumped it and resintalled
RH9.0. I kept my old home dirs under the new install of RH. However,
when I try to log in to GNOME with my old account, it gives errors and
dumps me out.
My question is... how do I refresh my account in GNOME. Obviously
there are some configuration files or dirs in my home directory. I
tried deleting the ones that I thought were relevant, like .gnome
.gnome2 .gnome_desktop, and others, but that has no effect.
Basically, when Gnome gets into this state for a user, how do I
refresh or reinitialize it?
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