Am 05.03.2012 16:06, schrieb alaios:
> Nope… it just “covers” everything (like starting a new session) … new
> applications can be launched but the old ones are not any more visible.
Then I have no idea. When I start kwin with the --replace parameter it
just restores all existing windows and their decorations as it is
It looks then as if your problem is not a crash of kwin but something
PC: oS 11.4 x86_64 | Intel Core firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz | 16GB | KDE 4.6.0 |
GeForce GT 420
Eee PC 1201n: oS 12.1 x86_64 | Intel Atom email@example.comGHz | 3GB | KDE 4.8.0
| nVidia ION
eCAFE 800: oS 12.1 i586 | AMD Geode LX 800@500MHz | 512MB | KDE 3.5.10 |
I have bookmarked this page as I think I am gonna use it in the future. I kept working with the new kwin --replace session and after some time all the windows were restored back (something like 30 mins)… In that case my problem is temporarily solved… I am quite sure though that I will have to visit this page again.
This is true… My problem is that I do not know how this happens… I am quite sure though that there might be something with kwin and multiple sessions.
After I restarted my computer (not only kde) kde restored my previous sessions. Then I tried to see a website (that was already open in firefox), so as I was typing the address the firefox saw that this website is already open and suggested me to get focus of it which I accepted.
As this tab was opened yesterday after issuing kwin --replace all the windows disappeared and my yesterday’s firefox appeared again. I killed it then my normal session appeared… How I can track what is causing this mess?