Re: gnome (gconf) saga - please read

When the gconfd dies mysteriously (e.g. you kill the session it is part
of), the XML backend leaves a lock directory that you just need to remove
- ~/.gconf/%gconf-xml-backend.lock

The funky flailing you did is probably what caused the loss of settings,
not any gconf design problems.
-- Elliot
The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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