Husse wrote:If this is after a fresh install I gues something in your /home partition
Find everything with Amarok there and delete it or rename it
I can't do it. When I search in nautilus as my desktop user, I find a lot of stuff with search term "amarok", but I cannot delete them. When I start nautilus as sudo, search "amarok" in the home directory of the same desktop user will not give any answers. Does that even make sense?
Another thing - the Amarok error message says that the "connection list" (whatever that is) should be in a directory /.dcop..... There's no such directory - is that a problem?