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I was starting to wonder if there are any real journalists left anymore and started to compile a list of real journalist qualities or what I think should be qualities. How far off we are these days.
1) don't refer to themselves.
2) don't use absolutes.
3) don't provide their own adjectives.
4) are knowledgeable about a subject, but the reader can't tell.
5) are disliked by their subjects and their subject's peers....
I'm running KDE 3.5 on a RHEL 5.5 32bit box and about a week ago I lost the ability to lauch a terminal window.
I have tried many things: log out and back in, move the ~/.kde to a ~/.old_kde, various ways to launch a terminal window, etc. If I log onto another system, I get the same thing. I would figure it's a profile thing, but if I have kde create a new profile it should go away. Gnome is unaffected.
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