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tronayne 03-12-2013 12:26 PM

Where Does Xfce Cache Slackware 14.0
 
I've removed every dot-file from my home directory except .VirtualBox/ .cvspass .exrc .kshrc .moneydance/ .mozilla/ .profile .sh_history and .thunderbird/ in an attempt to solve a problem with Tellico (another post, probably not relevant here). I also deleted every file in /tmp that I owned attempting to get a "clean start."

Obviously, I don't use BASH, I prefer KornShell.

When I startx and Xfce launches the "launcher" icons I had are all present which leads me to believe that Xfce has something stashed away somewhere to "know" that -- and I can't find anything anywhere on the system that indicates that (and I have looked everywhere for cache files and all that sort of stuff).

Short of copying my home account somewhere, removing it, adding it back and then copying the files (not, obviously the dot-files) back, does anybody know where Xfce stashes this stuff?

Thanks.

Cultist 03-12-2013 12:29 PM

launcher icons as in the icons you put on the desktop?

Those are all located in ~/Desktop

tronayne 03-12-2013 12:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cultist (Post 4910080)
launcher icons as in the icons you put on the desktop?

Those are all located in ~/Desktop

Oh, for Pete's sake! Duh!

Yeah, I did mean those, kept popping up with a "clean" start. Did find KDE stuff hidden all over, got rid of those, but, Desktop! Right in front of me? Arrgghh!

Thanks.


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