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21 Sep 2007
I've had this problem as long as I can remember. However, for almost that long I've been using OpenBSD on my Zaurus (it's dual-boot), so when I recently started using Cacko again I noticed the annoyance and now I'm posting it here.

It seems that the "Documents" folder, ie /home/zaurus/Documents, is unaccessible to the Qtopia gui. I can't browse my files there under the 'Files' tab, when I'm changing wallpaper in Plasterer or the Appearance applications I can't browse there either. (I CAN change my wallpaper, but only if I manually type out the path myself. Read access to the files, but not the folders? They have the same permissions, though...)

It works fine in the console, though. I can browse there, whathaveyou...

My /home/zaurus/Documents folder is not a symlink anywhere else. The permissions are zaurus:qpe, and of course, 755 permissions set for the folder and all contents.

/home/root/Documents seems to link right back to /home/zaurus/Documents.

I am entirely unsure what it's supposed to be, or how I can allow my Qtopia applications access to this folder. It's not so big a deal for me - I'm much more of a console guy anyways...but as it currently stands I can't really use many of the Qtopia applications properly.
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