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Hmmm.... well, you could just remove the binaries in /usr/bin, then reinstall whatever package that it's included in, with: Code: rpm -i --replacepkgs <package-name> that will reinstall everything, so, you'll ...
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    Hmmm.... well, you could just remove the binaries in /usr/bin, then reinstall whatever package that it's included in, with:
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    rpm -i --replacepkgs <package-name>
    that will reinstall everything, so, you'll have new konqueror, but everything else should remain the same

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    i switched to super user mode and typed in exactly what you said and i recieved numerous warnings saying:

    warning: user than does not exist - using root
    warning: group than does not exist - using root

    those two lines were just repeated until it returned me to shell prompt without installing anything

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    that's fine, so you reinstalled konqueror? Try running it again, see if it works.

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    alright, finally got everything working again...i had to completely reinstall kde...it wasnt that big of deal since i hadnt customized too much stuff and had gnome running as well.

    so thank you for all of your help...much appreciated!

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