__/ [ Geoffrey Clements ] on Thursday 11 May 2006 12:16 \__
> "Oleksii Krykun" <krikun@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> After upgrade from xorg-server-6.8.2 to 6.9.0 my kwrite doesn't start.
>> I see a window with:
>> "Check your KDE installation" message.
>> What may be wrong in my installation? How to find a problem source?
>> Kate and Quanta doesn't work too.
Kate puts KWrite in a pane, so it's no surprise.
> A couple of suggestions:
> 1. Run kwrite from the command line and see what messages you get.
> 2. Run ldconfig as root
Also, if you haven't got many personalised settings, consider emptying
(deleting) your KWrite directory under ~/.kde/share/apps/kwrite (or a
variant thereof, e.g. .kde3). Try the above fist and remember to make
Hope it helps,
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