drs at pointyhats.com
Fri Apr 9 05:49:52 UTC 2004
On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 10:21:43AM -0400, Clint Harshaw wrote:
> Clint Harshaw wrote:
> >I may have fixed the problem. I removed Abiword via yum, and reinstalled
> >it, and it seems to be behaving as it should now.
> Nope -- I spoke too soon, but have additional information that may be
> helpful. I tried running Abiword immediately after the yum install (and
> I happened to be root), and it ran fine. When I try to start it as a
> non-root user, it fails with the output I posted earlier.
Maybe something in that normal users ~/
Not sure about abiword, but most apps create a directory under home to
store files, configs, and user data. chk file permissions and
ownership these files.
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