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    Question Problem with Hotkeys ???

    I dont' understand, now I can't press <Crtl>+<Alt>+<Del>, <Alt>+<F2>, <Screen>, <Alt>+<Tab>,...
    I have del file .config, .kde and .kde4 but no result.
    Can you help me ???
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Problem with Hotkeys ???

    quangtrung1789 wrote:
    > I dont' understand, now I can't press <Crtl>+<Alt>+<Del>, <Alt>+<F2>,
    > <Screen>, <Alt>+<Tab>,...
    > I have del file .config, .kde and .kde4 but no result.
    > Can you help me ???



    S L O W D O W N !!

    i've used Linux for close to ten years and i've never yet needed to
    *delete* any of ~/.confg, ~/.kde or ~/.kde4 to fix *anything*..

    at the very least, do NOT delete them, instead RENAME them (the system
    can't find and use /home/[you]/.confg.OLD or ~/.kdeSCREWED or ~/.kde4FUBAR

    when you have a problem the FIRST thing to do is
    THINK!
    try to figure out what you just did that messed up the system and then
    try to UNDO what you just did prior to the problem showing itself..

    what does Ctrl+Alt+Delete even do in openSUSE, do you know? i don't!
    but, by default i do not think it causes a *clean* shutdown and
    reboot...does it?

    so, when you first found that Ctrl+Alt+Delete didn't do whatever you
    thought it should, was that the ONLY problem or what was the other
    problem which caused you to want to try to force a Windows[tm] style
    fix everything, Hail Mary, reboot?

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