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Description of problem:
After a fresh install of Phoebe 2 in which my home dir was preserved, the Red
Hat -> Preferences menu has two entries for Keyboard Shortcuts. Attempting to
remove the first one gives a permission error, but fixes the problem?!?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Erhm... The home dir was preserved from a Phoebe 1 install.
Do you still see this? I cannot reproduce it.
Yup. After a fresh install of a recent tree, with a preserved home directory
from phoebe2+RHN updates, I have two entries for Keyboard Shortcuts again.
weird. Do they both work? can you run 'grep gnome-keybinding-properties
rpm -ql control-center |grep desktop|xargs grep gnome-keybinding-properties
Yup, both work. No hits for the former, one hit for the latter:
[Discussed w/ alex on irc]
Turned out to be an artifact of menu-editing. Removing the duplicate .desktop
file from his homedir fixed it.