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Old 11-22-2003, 07:13 AM   #1
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Stupid problem with gDesklets


Hello everybody.. A few days ago I installed Debian Sid, and I have a stupid problem with the gDesklets application. I installed it doing apt-get install gdesklets and apt-get install gdesklets-data. Then I was trying some displays, and I did

> gdesklets /usr/share/gdesklets/displays/infodomesticbar

and now I cannot remove this display! I tried doing

> rm -rf ~/.gdesklets

I tried doing

> cd /
> grep -R infodomesticbar *

and at last I tried doing

>dpkg -r gdesklets
>dpkg -r gdesklets-data

and installing them again, and still appears the stupid infodomesticbar display
I have to say that of course I tried clicking with the rigth bottom of the mouse in the display, but the menu of the display doesn't seem to exist
I know that sound stupid, but i don't know what else do. If someone can help me..

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