Re: Home Directory KDE config files [SOLVED]
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Bogus Zaba posted on Thu, 27 Oct 2011 21:58:18 +0100 as excerpted:
> Found the answer by doing what I should have done before contacting the
> list, I guess : Googling for the exact error message regarding kded
> having crashed. When I did that I pretty quickly found this on an Arch
> The trick is to delete the directory : /var/tmp/kdecache-<username>
Thanks for the fix. It would have taken me quite some time to think of
that, since I have that set to some other location, that /is/ in my
(FWIW, my /var/tmp is a symlink to /tmp, which is on tmpfs, so it always
starts off clean @ boot. But some of kde's cached stuff, favicons, etc,
works best if saved across reboots, so when I setup /var/tmp as a symlink
pointing at the tmpfs, I had to figure out which var to set to point kde
at a different cache location. $KDEVARTMP, FWIW. Here, it's pointed at
$HOME/config/cache, which is obviously in my homedir, as I stated. And
it's under my $XDG_CONFIG_HOME setting too, which is $HOME/config, so in
my case, moving that out of the way for testing, as I suggested, would
indeed have fixed the problem. But it wouldn't have fixed yours, so
thanks for the fix report indeed, and provided I recall it the next time,
I'm sure the next person to have a similar issue and post to the list
thanks you, as well. =:^)
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