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Old 02-18-2004, 07:00 AM   #1
lakkie
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Question KDE menu screwed up. Where is RC located?


Hello reader,

since three days I have been using RedHat Linux 9 and I have very little experience with the Linux OS. I am using KDE as my GUI, and recently stumbled on a nasty problem.

The problem is that the menu editor of the KDE is buggy, and it completely messed up my menu. I thought I could solve the problem by editing the RC file for the menu, but I cannot find the file. Does anyone know the name of the file, and its location? I would like to replace it with a fresh file from a test account.

(BTW: lots of RedHat 'features' seem to be buggy. What's going on at RedHat? I've always heard from people that Linux is a reliable system. Seems not to go for GNOME and KDE...)

I hope someone can help me out.
Greetz,
LaKKie. ( )
 
  


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