I've installed Dropline Gnome 2.8.0 on a slackware 10 system and was very happy with it. When I booted my pc some days ago the gnome-panel seemed to crash with the message: 'The application "gnome-panel" has quit unexpectedly.'. With 3 options: restart application, close and inform developers.
When I hit the 'restart app' button, it just crashes again. When I hit 'close', it restarts and crashes again, after I've clicked close for about 10 times, it stops and I end up with just my desktop(the icons) and nothing else (no panels).
First I thought to remove all the gnome-config files, this didn't work out. I removed (in ~):
- every dir starting with a '.' and with gnome in it's name
- every dir starting with a '.' and with gconf in it's name
- .metacity and .nautilus
- everything in /tmp/ that was owned by my user
Now is my question, what did I forget? Is there another way to reset your gnome settings completely (without wiping your homedir
I would appreciate some help from here
thanks in advance