On Saturday 05 July 2003 03:28, James Sparenberg wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-07-04 at 19:14, John Haywood wrote:
> > Ive just logged into kde 3.1 (Bamboo 9.1), and for the umpteenth time,
> > found my menus gone!
> >
> > Now, I can fix this by mv .kde .kdeold, then restarting kde, whereupon
> > the menus reappear, but this is a sledgehammer and nut fix, which
> > involves resetting all my themes, window decorations, datafiles, moving
> > or recreating the resource and config files in .kde/share and config etc
> > etc. Not to mention that my home directory is getting a bit littered with
> > kdeold, kdeoldest, kdestuffed etc etc
> >
> > Now, can anyone point me to the file (s) which might be causing this?.
> > As previously posted, I get the same result if I try editing the menu
> > using menudrake, either as user or root, either the Sys menus or the User
> > menus. Both same - menus well and truly edited!!!
> >
> > There must be a file or combo in ~/.kde which is, or becomes corrupt
> >
> > All ideas welcome!!!
> Does update-menus run as the user bring them back?
> James

I seem to recall when this was happening to me, there was a kde config file 
that kept getting overwritten somehow- if I think of it, I'll post, but 
really the fix seems to be upgrade to Tex's stuff. I've not had one problem 
like that since I did. I think people (me included) went back and forth on 
pclinux online about this, so probably those threads are still there if 
you're interested.

James- that update-menus trick worked for me a few times, but it always 
reverted to the overwritten file. I'm trying to recall exactly what action 
instigated this, but at present, it escapes me.

Robert Crawford

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