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I'd post this in the KDE forum, but it's down. (The irony of which does not escape me)

 

Anyway, I was using the menu editor and it crashed. Didn't have to reboot, but I soon noticed KDE had a number of new features ie, there are no entries under the menu except for the few you cannot remove like Find file, etc. Those entries that do exists do not work. KDE has no idea how to handle any format of file except executable. Further attempts to edit menu, etc, are ignored.

 

So I'm thinking I have to reinstall it, but my noobness is preventing me from doing so. I urpmi'd a few things with KDE in the name and nothing helped. I now can't seem to open my web browser from the linux partition either, so I'm kind of at a loss.

 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Ojala.

 

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Thanks a lot, I'll give it a shot. I should have checked that but I didn't figure it would be common enough to have its own FAQ. (!)

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Actually, it's a very common problem. I thought it had been sorted out with the release of 10.0, but I guess not.

 

My best solution to this problem: Don't use Menudrake

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Don't use Menudrake

 

This is good to know.

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The problem seems to occur after someone uses menudrake. It's been a problem for quite some time now, which is unfortunate.

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