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    Hi again. After I done the update from the terminal, it said to me to do a reboot, I done the reboot and after I typed my password, fatal error.

    The error was: "Could not start kdeinit4 Check instalation"

    What to do, why that error ? Now I try to repair from my DVD.

    Thanks,
    NicK

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicK2oo6 View Post
    Hi again. After I done the update from the terminal, it said to me to do a reboot, I done the reboot and after I typed my password, fatal error.

    The error was: "Could not start kdeinit4 Check instalation"

    What to do, why that error ? Now I try to repair from my DVD.

    Thanks,
    NicK
    Are you updated your Qt packages? It was a KDE 4 Factory update?
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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    I think it was, I tried to update my graph card and some builds.

    I tried to repair with my suse DVD but I couldn`t because it says that I`m using a different version...

    Instead I know what cause the problem, when I updated from terminal I had a error, "Error code: connection failed"

    before my rescue dvd said to me that I`m using a different version it said that I have problems in those packages: cups glibc-locale hal ntp postfix

    The only solution in my view is to reinstal SUSE

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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    Quote Originally Posted by NicK2oo6 View Post
    I think it was, I tried to update my graph card and some builds.

    I tried to repair with my suse DVD but I couldn`t because it says that I`m using a different version...

    Instead I know what cause the problem, when I updated from terminal I had a error, "Error code: connection failed"

    before my rescue dvd said to me that I`m using a different version it said that I have problems in those packages: cups glibc-locale hal ntp postfix

    The only solution in my view is to reinstal SUSE
    I have the same problem before 1-2 months ago, and I did a reinstall (not really civilized method for solving problems ).
    Read this post: kde4 upgrade - openSUSE Forums.
    Try to delete your plasma-appletsrc and plasmarc files in ~/.kde4/share/config.
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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    Thanks but I can`t log in, it works fine until I type my user name and password and push enter when my desktop is loading it appears that error with kdeinit4 any solution ? or reinstal ? I tried in safe mode and the same error...

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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    Quote Originally Posted by NicK2oo6
    I think it was, I tried to update my graph card and some builds.

    I tried to repair with my suse DVD but I couldn`t because it says that
    I`m using a different version...

    Instead I know what cause the problem, when I updated from terminal I
    had a error, "Error code: connection failed"

    before my rescue dvd said to me that I`m using a different version it
    said that I have problems in those packages: cups glibc-locale hal ntp
    postfix

    The only solution in my view is to reinstal SUSE
    Hi
    sorry about the update.... did you update to KDE 4.1 as well? If you
    press ctrl+alt+F1 and you should get a console login. From there try
    running the CLI update commands again.

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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    I use a DSL internet connection and I need to log in to connect to the internet.. so... why to do CLI update again when I don`t have a network connection ?

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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    Quote Originally Posted by NicK2oo6 View Post
    Thanks but I can`t log in, it works fine until I type my user name and password and push enter when my desktop is loading it appears that error with kdeinit4 any solution ? or reinstal ? I tried in safe mode and the same error...
    BTW, If you are logged into the konsole, try to delete the config files^^.
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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    If you will write the sentence of that (the way of how I will do) it will be so wonderful, as I said, I`m new in Linux, so please be patience with me...

    Now I will try what said malcolm but I don`t think it will work, as I said I need to connect to the internet... but I can`t because I can`t acces desktop, I think I updated KDE but I`m not so sure about that

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    Default Re: Fatal error after update

    Quote Originally Posted by NicK2oo6 View Post
    If you will write the sentence of that (the way of how I will do) it will be so wonderful, as I said, I`m new in Linux, so please be patience with me...

    Now I will try what said malcolm but I don`t think it will work, as I said I need to connect to the internet... but I can`t because I can`t acces desktop, I think I updated KDE but I`m not so sure about that
    Maybe your connection manager have some command-line parameters to connect to the internet. Google for it.

    To delete your config files:
    Code:
    rm /home/<yourUsername>/.kde4/share/config/plasma-appletsrc
    rm /home/<yourUsername>/.kde4/share/config/plasmarc
    Replace <yourUsername> with your home folder name.
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