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Old 08-05-2005, 08:34 PM   #1
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Exclamation Missing app icons, SUSE Linux 9.3, GNOME

Hey everyone,

Returning to the Linux world after a few years of having to deal with Windows.. yuck. Anyway, I have forgotten a lot of the basics, so trynig to get my sea legs back again.

I am running SUSE 9.3 and I'm a gNOME kinda guy. When logged in as a user, a majority of the application icons in the program list are missing -- only the title shows up. However, when I am logged in as root, they all show up. Any ideas??

Thanks in advance! Try to contact me via e-mail, if possbile.



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