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Old 5th September 2007, 05:36 AM
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problem after remove softs

i've installed mplayer ,it's very good .that's why i uncheck all (kaffeine , xmms ,...) in add /remove software / applications / sound & video . while removing softs i keep playing music with mplayer Disaster after reboot , instead of normal screen (kde desktop ) there are blue screen withfirefox , terminal , system clock autorun . i can only run soft by terminal . What'd happened ? anyone help me ?
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Old 5th September 2007, 07:30 AM
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It happened in root or user,

User login is ok ,
run konqueror View>show hidden files
move(backup) /root/.kde directory to /opt and restart computer console mode #kdm

it happens sometime configuration errors

If it works delete /opt/.kde permanently or un do move
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