I’m getting to know OpenSuse as my organization Reglue will be placing the educational version on all outgoing computers when the next Evergreen version is stable.
I don’t know if I’m posting this in the correct place and I’ve looked for this answer most of the morning so if this has been discussed, please point me in the right direction.
Running OpenSuse 12.3 with KDE. I changed the icon set from the default Oxygen icons and I individually changed many of the folder icons in my home folder to ones I like. Now, when I open Dolphin, the Desktop, music and pictures folder are just white boxes with previews on them. Some of the folders remain with the individual changed icons from earlier but others have the default Oxygen icons which shouldn’t be there at all since I changed that icon theme.
I can’t seem to post pictures so you can see a graphical representation of what I am talking about.
Here’s maybe a clue. When I refresh Dolphin, the correct icons show up for just a second then revert to the ones described above. I can only reproduce this on OpenSuse. Mint KDE and PCLinuxOS will not produce the same errors.
What I’ve tried already:
Cleared my KDE cache /var/tmp/kdecache-helios
(probably best to do it in a virtual terminal (alt+ctrl+F1) when KDE not running)
I ran kbuildsycoca4 --noincremental…2 pages of Errors ensued. Errors can be seen at link below:
Any help provided would be greatly appreciated.