Also if any drives are shared don't mount them.
Mark [solved] please.
darkmav wrote:So, where exactly are these environment variables stored and how do I flush them out?Where did you put them? Because obviously they were put in place by you.Hint:- /etc/profile and related.
Considering how widely used qt is, don't you think everyone else who's using qt (meaning all KDE users and some others) would also be experiencing this?
Mod-merged.EDIT: yes, that's the correct way to use the report button, by the way
Forum posts are less likely to get dev's attention, file a bug report.
2ManyDogs wrote:I just do not understand why anyone would use anything other than the wiki (and the forum) as a reference.Preference and choice?
ifplugd? Which is used by net-auto-wired from netcfg.
Stab in the dark - running this way (I do some of my own hooks this way) you don't get environment variables.