dogtail-devel [Bug 478984] dogtail-run-headless fails when trying to run example scripts
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- Subject: dogtail-devel [Bug 478984] dogtail-run-headless fails when trying to run example scripts
- Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 14:47:02 +0000 (UTC)
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dogtail | Examples | Ver: 0.6.1
Michal Babej changed:
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------- Comment #1 from Michal Babej 2007-10-03 14:47 UTC -------
I've digged into this a little.
Tried running on F7. pretty much same error messages.
The error messages are saying at-spi-registry daemon hasn't started.
if you run dogtail-run-headless:
"dogtail-run-headless -n ./gedit-test-utf8-procedural-api.py"
it runs the command :
"xinit /tmp/dogtail-headless-xinitrc.XXXX -- /usr/bin/Xvfb :1 -screen 0
1024x768x16 -ac -noreset -shmem"
with the content of /tmp/dogtail-headless-xinitrc.XXXX being something like:
nautilus -n &
cd /home/some_user && dogtail-detect-session && sh -c
"; echo -n $? > /tmp/dogtail-headless-exitcode.XXXX
You might think adding "/usr/libexec/at-spi-registryd &" would solve the
problem. It doesn't. Why ? because gnome *does not* support running multiple
sessions for the same user on the same machine. It doesn't even make sense.
Now the possible solutions that come to my mind:
1. some "test" user - created by hand & passed as parameter, or maybe at
dogtail install time, don't know
2. try to speak to the already-running at-spi-registry (i doubt this would
work, and if you want a separate testing environment which would not affect
normal session, this isn't it :)
3. maybe somehow "integrate" with fast-user-switching ?
4. dump dogtail-run-headless ? O:)
i'm leaning toward 1. but that seems pointless to add to dogtail, since you can
achieve it easily with a VNC/Xorg session for a hand-created test user.
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