Re: [Evolution] Configuration Database not found..AGAIN.
- From: "Duane C. Mallory" <malloryd asus net>
- To: evolution ximian com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Configuration Database not found..AGAIN.
- Date: 10 Dec 2001 06:12:54 -0500
This has been a problem for some for a long time. It is still a problem
for me. I've tried many things to correct this, but to no avail - I
have to run "oaf-slay' every time BEFORE I start Evo or I get the
I have sent in traces, etc., but have gotten nothing to try from the
folks at Ximian yet that solved this problem.
On Sun, 2001-12-09 at 20:13, Andrew Green wrote:
I know this has been posted before, but I didn't see any real or
satisfactory solution so I'm asking myself. This problem stopped me at
0.99 and 0.99.1, so I gave up. Seeing 1.0 announced I thought I'd try
Slackware 8. I've installed all required packages as defined in the
README, including those distributed alongside the evolution-1.0.tar.gz.
Everything was built from source, with --prefix=/opt/gnome.
Upon starting evolution, in the xterm I get:
evolution-shell-WARNING **: Cannot access Bonobo/ConfigDatabase on
and in a popup window I get:
Cannot Initialize the Ximian Evolution shell: Configuration Database not
ldd shows no reference to the mozilla libs for *anything* in
/opt/gnome/bin/* so I assume that the previous post regarding this
doesn't apply....and since I don't have the moz libs/includes installed,
I'm not surprised. (mozilla is self-contained)
What does concern me is that nobody seems to have any idea where this
problem is manifested, nor how to solve it. How can this be? Surely
one of the developers has encountered this, and traced it!
BTW - Running evolution as root or a regular user makes no difference;
I'd be glad to assist in any troubleshooting...I'd really like to
actually see evo work.
Andrew Green - SecureTrendz, Inc.
andrew green securetrendz com
719.277.6601 office - 303.880.7710 mobile
evolution maillist - evolution ximian com
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