h3k h3k wrote: > setting that config dir didn't help. I used /usr as the gnome prefix. > I still don't see anything in my gnome menu, and i can't get to > preferences:// > So does that mean the gnome stuff has installed it's config files in /usr/etc? If so you could try copying the contents of /usr/etc into /etc. If it doesn't work, just delete it again.