xfce settings manager problem

Fabian Nowak timystery at arcor.de
Sat Apr 17 22:31:39 CEST 2010


check that xfsettingsd is running:

ps aux | grep xfs

If not, start via /usr/local/bin/xfsettingsd or wherever you installed
it; the theme should change now and changes in the settings manager
should persist. Rember to save the session when logging out, this can be
done via the session entry in the settings manager or wehn being
presented the logout-window.



Am Samstag, den 17.04.2010, 15:19 -0400 schrieb Derick Centeno:
> Hi All:
> I'm not quite sure what I did, but for some reason I cannot access the xfce
> managers.  I mean that I can no longer change themes, mouse themes, window
> settings choose different icon themes, etc.  I can work within xfce and
> applications like open office, claws mail and others are functional.
> I can still invoke the entire application menu, however only those apps which
> affect and change xfce are unavailable.  
> Perhaps I changed a directory location which xfce needs??
> Clues on how to correct this or where xfce expects things to be would be
> helpful.  I hope that maybe I can put things back and avoid reinstalling  Linux
> from scratch.
> Thanks for any ideas...
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