file manager unable..

after a wrong shutdown File manager is unable to show files. Only
directories are shown.

Anybody knows which is the configuration/setting file to restore?

Thanks

Luciano

Hi,
the configuration of the Photon File manager is found in your $HOME/.ph/pfm
folder.
Delete the whole one (pfm only) and restart the File Manager. You have to
make new setup
in the Preferences menu.


LB <l.bernardini@genesy.it> schrieb in im Newsbeitrag:
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after a wrong shutdown File manager is unable to show files. Only
directories are shown.

Anybody knows which is the configuration/setting file to restore?

Thanks

Luciano
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BEWARE!

This is a known bug. If you change almost any Photon utility configuration,
exit Photon and then reboot,your configuration file will get screwed up.

It does not matter how much time elapses between making the change and
exiting Photon or if you do 'sync’s. Apparently, the utility makes no
attempt to save the config file until it exits. When it exits, it then
tries to save the config file.

The FIX

  1. Never reboot from Photon
  2. After you exit Photon type ‘sync’
  3. Count to 100
  4. When you get to 5 it is now safe to reboot
  5. Counting from 6 to 100 will give you something to do while your system
    reboots

“christian” <chs@am3.com> wrote in message news:a9k0pn$2ka$1@inn.qnx.com

Hi,
the configuration of the Photon File manager is found in your
$HOME/.ph/pfm
folder.
Delete the whole one (pfm only) and restart the File Manager. You have to
make new setup
in the Preferences menu.


LB <> l.bernardini@genesy.it> > schrieb in im Newsbeitrag:
a9j62a$bgr$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
after a wrong shutdown File manager is unable to show files. Only
directories are shown.

Anybody knows which is the configuration/setting file to restore?

Thanks

Luciano


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thanks a lot

“Bill Caroselli (Q-TPS)” <QTPS@EarthLink.net> wrote in message
news:a9k725$7a8$1@inn.qnx.com

BEWARE!

This is a known bug. If you change almost any Photon utility
configuration,
exit Photon and then reboot,your configuration file will get screwed up.

It does not matter how much time elapses between making the change and
exiting Photon or if you do 'sync’s. Apparently, the utility makes no
attempt to save the config file until it exits. When it exits, it then
tries to save the config file.

The FIX

  1. Never reboot from Photon
  2. After you exit Photon type ‘sync’
  3. Count to 100
  4. When you get to 5 it is now safe to reboot
  5. Counting from 6 to 100 will give you something to do while your system
    reboots

“christian” <> chs@am3.com> > wrote in message
news:a9k0pn$2ka$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
Hi,
the configuration of the Photon File manager is found in your
$HOME/.ph/pfm
folder.
Delete the whole one (pfm only) and restart the File Manager. You have
to
make new setup
in the Preferences menu.


LB <> l.bernardini@genesy.it> > schrieb in im Newsbeitrag:
a9j62a$bgr$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
after a wrong shutdown File manager is unable to show files. Only
directories are shown.

Anybody knows which is the configuration/setting file to restore?

Thanks

Luciano




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