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Old 9th September 2011
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Default Error: "Cannot talk to klauncher"

I'm getting the following error message from Dolphin, and a few KDE-related applications:


Could not start process Cannot talk to klauncher: The name org.kde.klauncher was not provided by any .service files.


Can anyone clue me in on what might be causing this before I start mucking around "under the hood?"

I'm using PC-BSD 8.2. However, my my primary window manager is WindowMaker, and I'm not using exclusively KDE related apps. So this is not a showstopper, though it's very annoying. I'm wondering if setting some defaults to non-KDE settings is giving KDE a headache.

Thanks.


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