Waldemar Villamayor-Venialbo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am using Fedora 17 KDE (specifically the computing science spin), I
> have been running it for a while and never have major problems
> until this morning, since when KDE refuses to start. The system boots
> normally to the login screen, I provides my username and password and
> it seem that KDE will start, but the scren blink and return to the
> login screen.
> However, I get logged without any problem via console
> (<CTRL><ALT><F2>) and have full access to the system. Does any one
> know about this bug and how to solve it? Anything to cleanup from some
> script file?
> Any help would be apreciated.
Error should be in $HOME/.xsession-errors, and just may point out
I would also create a new account and see if they account can log
Also might take a look in your /tmp account. KDE creates a few files
and directories in there. Typically the name are like /tmp/kde-<username>
or such. One of those might have had their permissions/ownership change
for some reason. This could happen if you changed anything that
might affect /etc/passwd (perhaps changing your UID or GID for some
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