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Re: resetting user



I managed to log-in by erasing all the .gconf directory (I saw someone mentioning it here) in the home directory of the user. However, now the taskbar and all the status bars in applications appear not in English, but in another language... I could not find a place to change the language of the taskbar/apps menus/etc.  I installed system-config-language, but that did not help, even after I set up the default language. any ideas where I change the taskbar/etc. language back to English?
Thanks


On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 8:20 PM, Jerry Ro <jerrro gmail com> wrote:
Hello,

Is there a way to reset user settings as root for the GUI in Fedora 9? What happened is that I added a new language to a certain user settings in admin Keyboard settings, and that completely ruined his log-in. I cannot log-in using that user anymore - when I enter the (correct) password, Fedora looks as if it is going to load the GUI, and then goes back to the login. I can only login as root. If you can tell me what file includes keyboard settings, maybe I could change it. I couldn't find it in the user's home directory.

Any ideas?

Thanks


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