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Date: Thu, 07 Jun 2001 11:24:18 +1200
From: dan carter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [suse-sparc] DCOPserver continued
Hmm, bugs like this can be tricky without a full understanding of the
workings of KDE.
I would delete your KDE config, that often fixes bugs like these.
mv ~/.kde/share/config ~/.kde/share/config.bak
Your application data (sticky notes etc) will be safe as these are
stored in ~/.kde/share/apps
If that fails, try the KDE lists.
Lou Picciano / Essex Systems wrote:
> As the window manager begins to start up, a dialog says:
> "Error setting up inter-process communication for KDE. Message is:
> Could not read network connection list
> /root/.DCOPserver_<hostname>_:0 please check that dcopserver is
url for that source:
Hope this helps!