I had all the Linux inputed correctly.

May 26, 2011 at 13:31:03
Specs: Linux i686
The bottom tool bar was up and working. I deleted it by mistake.

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#1
May 27, 2011 at 13:00:44
Oh,

Might be easier to re-load the whole thing. I assume you may have kde. it might be possible to re-install it using your package or software management tools.

Telling us the exact disto and desktop may help us. I really don't have a good idea of what you are asking.

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May 27, 2011 at 15:33:54
In doubt, log out from the graphical desktop and go to the text terminal console.
Login as user root.
Change to the /home directory and rename your personal home directory, which is named like your user name, to your username.bak

Now relogin to the graphical desktop and see what happens.
If there is any data in your just renamed home directory, simply copy it back to your new home directory.
If everything is working fine again, you can delete the renamed home directory.

On any further questions, better ask, before making any mistake.

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