Re: [Evolution] Evolution 1.2.1 on RH8.0...

I also couldn't compose messages, it would cause Evolution to hang
If I logged into my machine as root, i was able to sent mail, so I have
been looking in my own config to see what was the problem.

After deleting the files with ~~ in the filename in the evolution
folder  / subfolders, I was able to sent mail.... Maybe you could try
I am running evol 1.2.1 on RH 8.0...

On Sat, 2003-01-04 at 16:40, Bill Richards wrote:

I'll try again here. I'm getting pretty frustrated with evo- I have
yet to get a fully working version of this program on my machine at
home. I tried 1.0.8 which cam with my RH8.0 distribution. I could read
mail fine, but not compose, so that was useless. I used red-carpet to
grab 1.2.1, and now I get the following:

** CRITICAL **: file oaf-activate.c: line 191 (oaf_activate):
assertion `ac' failed.

(Killing old version of Wombat...)

** CRITICAL **: file oaf-activate.c: line 191 (oaf_activate):
assertion `ac' failed.

(Cannot access Bonobo/ConfigDatabase, not upgrading configuration.)


** CRITICAL **: file oaf-activate.c: line 191 (oaf_activate):
assertion `ac' failed.

evolution-shell-WARNING **: Cannot access Bonobo/ConfigDatabase on
wombat: (IDL:Bonobo/Moniker/UnknownPrefix:1.0)

Someone on the list did respond that I might be having problems with
Mozilla libraries. Here's what I have:

Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20021003,
build 2002100313

I looked through the archives and found some similar problems, but
I've checked my paths, library pointers, etc. and it all looks OK.

If this is a common problem, shouldn't this be addressed for dumb
users like me? Using red-carpet I didn't have a clue what was being
installed, what package dependencies were being resolved and how, etc.
So I don't have a clue what's going on- hmmm- sounds familiar (kind of
like dealing with MS apps?)

Just my $0.02... evolution looks like an awesome app- I hope I can get
it working...

Hans Scheffers         

You'd better smile when they watch you, smile like you're in control.   --
<Smile, "Was (Not Was)" 

Linux Kernel 2.4.18-19 on a i686   -  userid 282784 @

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