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Hi after entering gnome and loging out i have noticed that the kdes theme was changed!!!!! Dont know why but it really sucks!!
I want to restore the default suse's kde theme (the theme that appears after suses installation...) Canu plz help me a little withi this ?
i had a similar problem after running nautilus from inside kde -- the result was seeing the gnome wallpaper on my kde-desktop, strange mixture between gnome and kde that i couldn't fix through kde settings (they were all ok and still kde was 'overdrawn'!? by gnome) ... till reinstalling gnome
In short, they copy links as links (instead of what they point to) and preserve file permissions. From man cp:
-d same as --no-dereference --preserve=link
never follow symbolic links
-p same as --preserve=mode,ownership,timestamps
preserve the specified attributes (default: mode,ownership,timestamps), if possible additional
attributes: links, all