Running Slackware 13.1 64-bit with KDE. Made an absurd mistake.
Hey all, I managed to compromise the X server on my system, and I really need a solution, hopefully other than reinstalling everything.
Typing this from a secondary laptop.
I tried renaming the "kde4-config" file under /usr/bin/ as just "kde-config", and now it won't let me boot the GUI at all. Reason for this was to install a bit of software, and a webpage said that that worked as a solution to install the thing.
The error message is:
Call to lnusertemp failed (temporary directories full?).
Is there a way I can change the file name (not a directory) back to "kde4-config" without a GUI, or did I just trash the system?
EDIT: I tried "startkde", and it gave me:
$DISPLAY is not set or cannot connect to the X server.