dcopserver missing after upgrade
I have just upgraded my system following these instructions:
Rodolfo Medina wrote:
> > Rick Thomas wrote:
>> >> 1. change distribution in your sources.list to 'lenny' or
>> >> works until official Lenny release);
>> >> 2. 'aptitude update'
>> >> 3. 'aptitude install dpkg apt aptitude'
>> >> 4. 'aptitude full-upgrade'
> > ...`aptitude safe-upgrade' before 'aptitude full-upgrade'?
While the upgrade went through without pain, I now have one problem -
when I log on to my kde desktop, I see a message saying:
"There was an error setting up inter-process communication for KDE. The
message returnd by the system was:
Could not read network connection list.
Please check that the "dcopserver" program is running!"
Everything seems to work, but why is this happening?
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