In a message dated: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 10:01:45 EDT
Michael O'Donnell said:

>Is Gnome known to be prone to random failures of this
>sort, or is this more likely pilot error?

Yes. :)

2 things to try:

        1. Bring up the GNOME Control panel, and toggle the options
           pertaining to whatever is missing, and restart GNOME.

        2. Log out, log in via one of the v-terminals, mv ~/.gnome
           elsewhere (like ~/.gnome-old) log back in via GDM and
           re-customize.  You can probably carry over most of the 
           files from the ~/.gnome-old directory to the new ~/.gnome

One third recommendation:

        Use something simple and stable like fvwm :)



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