I'm following someone's instructions for solving this problem on Fedora:

dconf-WARNING **: failed to commit changes to dconf: The connection is closed

Apparently this is caused by a corrupt config file that I should try to rename. The person suggest I go to:


But that directory doesn't exist on my fresh Fedora 20 install. I just moved over from Debian, where I'd used that directory a few times.

Should I be worried that .config doesn't exist on my install? Especially since I'm following a guide for Fedora 20 that assumes it's there.

How can I proceed to fix my problem?

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