Yes, this is correct.
But I would expect you to have two files, (not folders)
Mine looks like
the first is a symlink to the second
delete these, likewise in root folder.
In /home/user/.kde delete
these are symlinks to the folders in /tmp
likewise for root
In /tmp delete folders
(yes, the layout has changed slightly from my post, sorry I did not notice)
delete these without kde running if you can, don't forget you will need to do a [recursive] rm -r kde-root etc if you do it from the console on folders as a straight rm will just tell you that it is a directory.
***PLEASE BE VERY CAREFUL USING rm -r , ESPECIALLY AS ROOT !!!***
YOU COULD DO A LOT OF DAMAGE TO YOUR SYSTEM, AVOID WILDCARDS (*)!!!
When you restart kde, these files and folders (why am I saying folders? sounds awfully M$oft, I mean directories!) will be recreated and all will be well again.
Last edited by tobyl; 05-09-2004 at 09:52 AM.