Konsole always give SuperUser Konsole - can't get regular shell
Hello guys and gals!
Let me give you a little background:
I've got Debian 4 with a KDE Desktop installed.
(Fresh install I might add)
I went into the menu to start up a root konsole (there is typically a regular user shell konsole and a super user konsole selection). I changed some fonts, visible bell, background color, foreground color, and "Save as Default".
Now, even when I try to open just a regular user shell konsole I always get a super user konsole.
It's not a huge problem because I use root a lot to do stuff (setting up, etc) but it bugs the you-know-what out of me. I want to be able to just hit the konsole icon and start typing away as the regular user.
Anyone had this problem? I was looking for a file I could alter to change it all back to normal so I don't have to re-install just for that.
I looked all through the /usr/share/apps/konsole/* files and nothing special there. I may have missed something tho. I tried apt-get remove --purge konsole, and re-installing konsole to see if all the config files would get re-written, but that didn't change a thing.
Last edited by checkmate3001; 08-05-2008 at 10:08 AM.