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Old 05-05-2004, 12:27 PM   #1
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Talking Fedora Core 1, Issues with then Main Menu.

Hello all!! I am a newbie to Fedora and I have an interesting problem. I ran Apt to update my system did the usual updates. After I restarted when I come back into fedora as root my Main Menu = windowese Start Menu is missing except run, log out, I have no programs or settings. Also when I go to check my configurations from the Start Here Icon I get empty folders for the Preferences and Applications where there was plenty of icons before. Other than this Fedora is running like a champ. I would hate to have to reinstall just because of a simple setting.

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