My laptop has suddenly started to point out that a /etc/in is missing with “Error, no such file or directory” during start up. But otherwise everything seems to work normally.
For other things there are still two irritating behaviours.
I can’t shut it down or reboot it from the main menu, it just goes to the login screen. From there I can shut it down or reboot it from the small semi menu on the lower right corner. But that’s a very dangerous menu since there you can change the video driver. I did that ones by mistake (it’s a small 11,6" screen) and that totally crashed the video driver so I had to reinstall the entire system. So as for now I just use to shut it down by hitting the start button.
I’ve installed kde-baseapps and got Dolphin file manager since I like that better than Insight. But if I close Dolphin and then try to open it again I get an error message “The process for the protocol died unexpected” (translated). However, I can open and close the window for e.g. an USB pin as many times as I like. But to reopen my home folder I first need to logout and login again.
Is there any fixes for these things? Or will they be fixed in the June STABLE update?