Thank You for Your time and answer, Camaleón:
Excuse me for long reply.
>Gee.. desktops are becoming more and more complex by every hour :-)
Yes, and moves some to look for another option...
>> Well. I can not start kde - for startkde fails to start - stating
>> that $DISPLAY variable is not set or impossible to connect to X
>> server. And startx starts LXDE - that I have no logout problem with.
>Ah, I see. You have another desktop installed and set as default.
>Hum... maybe you can try with one of these options:
I have started KDE w/ Your help. But w/o luck that is related to my
problem - KDE still does not log out - just hangs until I terminate its
session from console.
At its start it states that KDE daemon crashed. And kdeinit got
segmentation fault. It offers to make a bug report but for the option
it requires debug packages to be installed w/o specifying which one
from the vast number of them - therefore I can not to send bugreport
from the window nor to Debian maintainers - for I do not know again
against which package to do it.
>What KDE version are you running?
>> Well. It is *the whole error log* for a newly created user - from the
>> start of its session till logging out attempt.
>Okay, but I meant if -despite the log- that Akonadi error was also
>present on a fresh new created user. IIRC, you said the error was not
>reproducible on a new user :-?
True. Only on single "old" user and I think it is because of my
fighting for the disk space - I just do no like when KDE starts to make
its foolish to me DBs like indexing my files and other that like stuff
- I prefer to have config files only in my home dir. and that it.
>> Good idea I will ask there. Thank You.
>Well, I was thinking in "this" same list :-) I'm sure there are many
>KDE users around here.
OK then I will not ask there.
I would to make a bug report, can You tell me against which package?
Thanks for You help!
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