I was using Ubuntu default until yesterday when I installed KDE to try it out and I kind of like it,it's very customizable,but there's one problem...
I added 3 other desktops in order to set up 4 of them total,each with a different wallpaper and for different environments (fun,work/study,etc etc).On the second desktop I've set up a "Folder View" panel to a folder on another partition of the same hard disk on which Ubuntu is installed.
The thing is that when I restart the computer,the panel says that the folders don't exist at the location where it should be,but it actually exists there.If I go to the settings there and I select "Specify Folder" and re-select the folder,it re-appears,without me modifying the path or anything (it actually is already selected when I enter the settings,but I need to re-click on it to re-appear).
The same thing happens with my hard disk shortcuts on the first desktop page,if I click on them,I get an error saying that they don't exist,but they do.
If i select the file manager and click on the hard disk from there,it recognizes them without problem...and after I do that,the hard disk shortcuts are also recognized.
Is there a way for me to solve this and not having to re-enter all hard disks and enter the setup of the "folder view" on the second desktop all the time?