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Re: GNOME suddenly...



Thomas Cameron wrote:

> Does it do it for all users, or just yours?
> 
> If just yours, you can reset GNOME to "factory defaults" by renaming or
> deleting all these files and directories in your home directory:
> 
> .gnome*
> .config
> .gconf*
> .nautilus
> .metacity
> .redhat
> 
> Please note that this is breaking an egg with a sledgehammer, but it
> should work for you.
> 
> TC
> 
I have already tryed this solution, but it does not work. I have also
created a new user account, and there is the same problem. Instead in
root account evrything is ok.

I have posted a more detailed mail with all facts.

Andrea

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"Il vero io รจ quello che tu sei, non quello che hanno fatto di te." (P.
Coelho)


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