[CentOS] Desktop cleared after reboot through VNC

Michael Velez mikev777 at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 7 11:18:40 UTC 2006


Hello all,
 
After issuing the reboot command on my CentOS server while being logged in
through VNC and after the machine has actually rebooted, I get a blank
desktop (no icons and not my default wall paper) when logging into X,
whether I'm on the console or logging in through VNC.
 
If I go into my Desktop folder in my home directory, I see all the
appropriate .desktop files (but I don't see the icons on my actual desktop).
When I go to the Preferences->Desktop menu, the desktop preferences
application hangs.  My toolbars, and default xclock at startup are all
there, it's just that my desktop is a solid blue wallpaper (not my default
CentOS wallpaper) and I have no icons on it.  
 
I guess I corrupted the desktop when I rebooted through VNC but I don't know
how to get it back.
 
Is there a way of retrieving this without having to delete this user and
creating a new one?
 
Thanks,
Michael
 
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