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Hello everyone. I wanted to thank a lot of you in advance. I have just gotten my PC up and running with SUSE 9.1 Pro and I'm loving it. I have been checking out the forum for a couple of days and have found the info here excellent.
I have encountered a few problems and I'm hoping you all can help me with.
1. I enter konsole and I get the following when I launch it:
I'm assuming there is a config file somewhere that tells konsole to do something when it is launched, but I don't know what it is or what it is trying to access that it doesn't have permission to.
It's telling you right there what it doesn't have permission to access: /dev/null
ls -l /dev/null
and post your results.
Thanks for your reply. I don't know what happened buy after my vacation I came back and all my problems were solved on the machine and I didn't do anything.
I can now access konsole with no errors as well as the other applications.