A few days ago, one of my user accounts started locking up when Gnome was
started. It would sit at the "Fedora Core 2" screen until I crtl-alt-f12
All of the other accounts worked.
I backed up my user directory, and I userdel'ed the account with the -r
option and then re-created the account.
Now it is telling me that it can't read from or write to gnome_segv. It
is ONLY for this account.
Is there something that it leaving around that is screwing this up? I
thought userdel ought to get rid of all the associated dreck that is in
the account (after all, this is not supposed to behave like Windows!).
I created a brand new account (with a different username) and am moving
some of the files into it and I'm slowly getting completely operational
again, but I'm wondering what screwed up, and how I might go about fixing
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