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Hi ! i have gentoo installed and every time i start kde3.3, linux creates a file in my home directory. this file has no name and it has 0Bytes !! ...
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    Linux Newbie robak's Avatar
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    confusing problem


    Hi !

    i have gentoo installed and every time i start kde3.3, linux creates a file in my home directory.
    this file has no name and it has 0Bytes !!

    is this an error in kde??


    thanks in advance
    greez robak
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    uh
    it has no name?
    then how do you know its there?

    -lakerdonald

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    Re: confusing problem

    Quote Originally Posted by robak
    Hi !

    i have gentoo installed and every time i start kde3.3, linux creates a file in my home directory.
    this file has no name and it has 0Bytes !!

    is this an error in kde??


    thanks in advance
    greez robak
    What is the filename?
    --monkey

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    Maybe he just sees an icon without filename when he is browsing his home directory with a file manager.

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    i took a snapshot of konqueror
    look at this


    http://home.arcor.de/robak6000/snapshot1.png
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    That is wierd, it looks like it has an invalid filename. Does the filename look invalid when you do
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    $ ls -al ~
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    well, in this case the file isn't listed at all
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