[xubuntu-users] .cache/dconf/user file ?

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Thu Sep 19 13:18:51 UTC 2013

On Thu, 2013-09-19 at 08:31 -0400, Paul Cartwright wrote:
> On 09/19/2013 07:12 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> > That's an issue I experience very often, IIRC for example a "gksu gedit"
> > does cause this issue and then Evolution runs into issues too, take a
> > look at ~/.xsession-errors. After a reboot the permissions are ok again.
> > I suspect you can change the permissions manually ;), but usually I
> > experience combinations of issues, that's why I reboot, btw. on Arch
> > Linux using Xfce4, so it's not Xubuntu related. There are tons of issues
> > with dbus and gnome apps, dconf, when using Xfce4.
> well, I rebooted, and it is still owned by root.
> .xsession-errors had lots of stuff in it regarding the trinity install,
> setup, but nothing I could find about the cache/user file.
> and trying to reboot I got stuck at modem-manager, something about
> ttyACM01.. don't remember exactly, but it hung there, so I removed
> modemmanager package. Can't remember the last time I used a modem!!

You could run chown, but I would move .cache/dconf out of the .cache. In
my .cache there's no dconf directory or file. It's just a cache,
sometimes even deleting .cache does solve issues, but to move it is more
save ;).

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