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Sorry in advance about the question...I'm a newbie and here's what happened: I installed a hardware (conexant) modem with jumpers for com 2 and int3. When I rebooted I went ...
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    Missing SuSe "start" button


    Sorry in advance about the question...I'm a newbie and here's what happened: I installed a hardware (conexant) modem with jumpers for
    com 2 and int3. When I rebooted I went into hardware and the mouse went nuts on me. After I rebooted, I lost what I call the "start" button in
    the lower left of the panel (green Suse icon). I've checked under desktop
    and panel configurations and can't see anything. Been working on it for
    2 hours and I give up. Not too proud to ask for help. HELP. Thanks!

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    Everyone needs help sometimes Maybe you deleted it when your mouse went crazy?

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    Yeah, I figured I did. How do I get it back? Thanks for the input!

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    login as a differnt user and enter the command below. Just change enter_user_here with the user whos menu is deleted
    Code:
    cp ~/.kde/Applications /home/enter_user_here

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