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Theo Chatzimichos wrote:
> On Friday 28 January 2011 22:34:06 Dale wrote:
>> Ian Whyman wrote:
>>> May have just needed a kbuildsysoca4 run.
>>> On Jan 28, 2011 6:08 PM, "Dale"<rdalek1967@...
>>> <mailto:rdalek1967@...>> wrote:
>> That's the one I was thinking about. If I could have remembered what
>> the command was, I would have tried it first. Thanks for helping a
>> forgetful old guy since it may help someone else if they run into the
>> same situation. I suspect that would have solved the problem.
>> :-) :-)
> We got many similar reports, I'll add it in the Guide FAQ
I was using the -j option when I upgraded KDE. Could that have
something to do with it? Maybe the last package that was "officially"
emerged didn't run the command. I'm just guessing on this tho.
Another thing I have noticed, when I log out, apps don't close
gracefully. I get the KDE crash handler instead of them just closing
like usual. I'm not sure but suspect that is a KDE issue and not a
Gentoo issue. Just something I noticed a bit ago.