Stupot wrote:Try renaming ~/.kde to ~/.kde_back (or it might be ~/.kde4 instead of ~/.kde)
Then log out and log back in. This will reset all of your kde settings (a pain I know). But, if that fixes it, you can add back parts of your configurations and see when the problem comes back. Just restore everything besides the problematic part. Or just reconfigure everything instead of copying it back.
If that doesn't fix the problem, post back so we know the problem isn't there.
Stupot wrote:It sounds like xdm is starting up twice somehow to me.
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