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Hi everybody: Could anybody help how I should retrieve installation SuSE 9.0, because after I installed rpm concretely qt3-3.2.1-68.src.rpm, the system failed in graphical boot, and the system only function ...
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    Retrive installation


    Hi everybody:
    Could anybody help how I should retrieve installation SuSE 9.0, because after I installed rpm concretely qt3-3.2.1-68.src.rpm, the system failed in graphical boot, and the system only function like console.
    I tried to reintall the distro retrievering mode, but the graphical boot doesn't function.
    Thanks in advance

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    What happens when you login to the console and type
    Code:
    startx
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    /dev/null
    /dev/null2

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    When reboot the system appear the next message:
    Could not start kdeinit. Check your installation.

    I found that this file it is in the next path:
    /opt/kd3/bin/kdeinit.

    How couls I solve it?

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    Looking round the net I found that you may be able to fik this via
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    mv /home/<username>/.kde  /home/<username>/.kde_old
    Then loging out(via exit command) and logging in aggain as yourself (not root).

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    Hi dylinio:
    Thanks for your postreply, but that did'nt function, and when restart the system, appear the same problem.

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    i'm sorry, but i'm not sure of how to fix this then. i'd advise looking round the net (www.google.com/linux) as well as seeing if anyone else can help here.

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