Make sure you have read and write perms on your home directory. I had
that happen due to a misplaced chown -R once.
This is not a kernel question, however, and probably shouldn't be on this
On Mon, 3 Jun 2002 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The KDE panel (kicker) from KDE 3.0 (RedHat 7.3 issue) refuses to start
> up. I get a SIGPIPE in DCOP, and a SIGSEGV in kicker.
> This looks like something changed in regards to permissions, 'cause when I
> start KDE as root, it does work.
> Does anyone know what's happening?
> Bas Vermeulen
> "God, root, what is difference?"
> -- Pitr, User Friendly
> "God is more forgiving."
> -- Dave Aronson
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