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Month: September 2016

Re: [trinity-users] Konqueror in root, kedit not possible

From: andre_debian@...
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2016 10:43:17 +0200
On Thursday 22 September 2016 21:58:50 Kate Draven wrote:
> > I open my TDE-trinity session with the user "andre".
> > If I use Konqueror as files-manager, with the user "root",
> > (to modify root text files),
> > I cannot open a text file with kedit or kwrite.
> > "TDEInit cannot launch kedit".
> > In user "andre", it works fine.
> > André

> Hi André
> When that happens to me, I usually delete the files
> .xsession-errors
> .Xauthority
> As root in konq, then close it up and start over. Works fine after that.
> If you see more than one .Xauthority, clear them all.
> I hope this helps,  Kate

I deleted ".xsession-errors" and ".Xauthority" in the "andre" account,
(/home/andre/) it worked, I could open text files with kedit.

And now, after booting my PC in the morning, I cannot do it.
 "TDEInit cannot launch kedit".

On Friday 23 September 2016 03:45:11 Dave Lers wrote:
> > If I use Konqueror as files-manager, with the user "root" :
> Do you use su Konqueror as user andre (menu > System > SuperUser >
> Konqueror)?
The two solutions :
System > SuperUser > Konqueror
by creating an icon on the desktop, with :
Excecute with a different user = root.

Now, the both don't work to open text files with kedit.