Zill, thanks again for you time and efforts. Yes, things get muddled. On 28 May I wrote
I have gone so far as to reinstall SolydK BE before taking the steps mentioned in my original post.
I should have been more clear that the 7 May the time I reinstalled SolydkBE trying to fix the problem. (Note to self... make clear timeline before involving the Forum on issues)
In 2013 I began using the home version of Solydk, regretably I did not keep a log of my actions and don't remember the dates. I installed KMyMoney and all was well. Several months later after experiencing several stability issues in the "home" version (no problem with KMyMoney), I installed the "BE" version. (At this time I discovered that only the "root" partition was over written - by design?) Again, every thing worked well, including KMM, until an update in April (I think). At that update the O/S no longer recognized my printer and I had to reinstall its packages. I then discovered the problem with KMM. Finally, in desperation, I installed the latest release of BE on 7 May... no change.
KMM uses a data file which can be placed in any directory. I have successfully transported this file to Windows and back at times. Thinking the file might be corrupted I had even tried removing the file and starting clean. No luck.
Here is the result of using the "-n" option...
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$ kmymoney -n
kmymoney(18349)/kdecore (K*TimeZone*): KSystemTimeZones: ktimezoned initialize() D-Bus call failed: "Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken."
p11-kit: invalid config filename, will be ignored in the future: /etc/pkcs11/modules/gnome-keyring-module
KMyMoney kbanking plugin loaded
KMyMoney reconciliation report plugin loaded
KMyMoney csvimport plugin loaded
KMyMoney printcheck plugin loaded
QFSFileEngine::open: No file name specified
KMyMoney ofximport plugin loaded
KMyMoney iCalendar plugin loaded
I understand that the preferred Linux method is to fix a problem without resorting to reinstalling, but my case I am open to removing all partions and making a clean start. Yes I have daily backups on all my data... would appreciate your opinion. I will hang tough with this process IF IT HELPS OTHERS to solve their problems, I want to be a team player.