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Old 04-03-2008, 07:58 PM
Default Hardy and KDE desktop

Hello list,

I have a strange problem when I login in a KDE session after reboot of
my computer. I upgraded to hardy soon after the beta arrived. After that
the icons of the kde splash screen were not visible. So I also installed
the moodin engine. Yet the splash screen starts, turns white with the
icons, go back to the image of the theme and after that starts the KDE
But this is not the problem. When I first login after an reboot I only
see the wallpaper of my desktop. I don't see KDE menu, the icons on the
desktop and I'm also not able to run programs with Alt-F2 combination.
The only solution is to kill the X session and login again. After that
everything is fine and I can work without problems.
Has anybody a solution for this problem - maybe it depends on the moodin
installation? My computer is a thinkpad and I'm running the latest
nvidia driver from the repositories.

Kind regards

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