I'm getting a "The process for the file protocol died unexpectedly" when I log into my Linux box. When I log in, my desktop has no icons. As soon as I do anything with a desktop file, it refeshes and the icons appear. (For example, right click->new->folder.) Also, my .xsession-errors file has literally hundreds of "+QFile::open: No file name specified" errors in it. Furthermore, whenever I do anything on the desktop, like move an icon, about 20 more such error messages occur. I think the problem originated when I accidentally filled my hard drive. Since then I have freed up a bunch of space. I've also run fsck and its fine error wise. I suspect that KDE is trying to open a file that was used in a previous session, maybe when my computer shut down from a full hard drive. How does one wipe all the previous session info so that KDE doesnt do a "restore session" operation ? Thanks. -- Kim Lux, Diesel Research Inc.