Re: [Evolution] Evolution does not start with "No such device or address" from bwrap

Hi Fredrick, 
I had that problem too, Mialan's suggestion is the one to follow. But I
would up upgrading to Bookworm because after I got the not starting
issue I started getting a Google Contacts error. I'm now on: (evolution
matches the Gnome version)
 OS: Debian GNU/Linux bookworm/sid x86_64 
 ,$$P'              `$$$.     Host: MS-7721 9.0 
',$$P       ,ggs.     `$$b:   Kernel: 5.16.0-5-amd64 
`d$$'     ,$P"'   .    $$$    Uptime: 1 day, 18 hours, 42 mins 
 $$P      d$'     ,    $$P    Packages: 5233 (dpkg) 
 $$:      $$.   -    ,d$$'    Shell: bash 5.1.16 
 $$;      Y$b._   _,d$P'      Resolution: 1366x768 
 Y$$.    `.`"Y$$$$P"'         DE: GNOME 41.4 
 `$$b      "-.__              WM: Mutter 
  `Y$$                        WM Theme: gnome-classic 
   `Y$$.                      Theme: Adwaita [GTK2/3] 
     `$$b.                    Icons: Adwaita [GTK2/3] 
       `Y$$b.                 Terminal: gnome-terminal 
          `"Y$b._             CPU: AMD A6-7400K Radeon R5 2C+4G (1) @
              `"""            GPU: AMD ATI Radeon R5 Graphics 
                              Memory: 2968MiB / 6970MiB 
To get to Bookworm just change your repos to Bookworm (if you change to
this you'll be on bookworm when it's the next release) or (if you
change to this you'll be on the testing for the release AFTER bookworm
is released) testing and run 'apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade'.
Have a good day, 
Tim McC

On Mon, 2022-04-04 at 06:23 +0200, felix.froehlich--- via evolution-
list wrote:
Hi all,

Since yesterday, I've been experiencing issues with Evolution on
Debian 11 not being able to start up (correctly?). Before that, I
have been able to start up Evolution successfully. The behaviour
seems to be similar to something that was sent to this mailing list a
month ago (->
), but the error message is different.

Whenever I attempt to start it from the applications list in GNOME,
the cursor switches to the "busy" variant for about half a minute,
but then returns to normal without anything happening. When started
via terminal, I receive the following output:

  bwrap: Can't create file at /run/user/1000/at-spi/bus_0: No such
device or address

I have checked if this file file exists, and found that it is a
socket with permissions set to 777:

  $ ls -Al /run/user/1000/at-spi/bus_0
  srwxrwxrwx 1 user user 0 Apr  4 05:34 /run/user/1000/at-spi/bus_0

I'm not sure if this is how it's supposed to look, though, as I'm not
familiar with the purpose of this socket or what Evolution/Bubblewrap
is attempting to do here.

Occasionally, I also receive error messages from GLib which complain
about Evolution not having unregistered from D-Bus, but I assume
these are related to me Ctrl+C-ing the application after approx. 2
minutes. If I use the command...

  evolution --force-shutdown

...after I have tried to start Evolution up, I receive the feedback
that the "Evolution process exited normally" and the following
execution of Evolution in the terminal does not show the GLib error

I have already attempted the following to resolve the observed
  - Uninstall apparmor temporarily to ensure that it's not trying to
sandbox Evolution or one of its sub-processes. Reboot.
  - Uninstall and purge the configuration of at-spi2-core, then
reinstall it alongside the evolution package. Reboot.
  - Stop Evolution. Rename the directories .local/share/evolution and
.config/evolution as well as remove the .cache/evolution directory.
Start Evolution.
  - Run evolution as root, in case it's a permission problem. This
only changed the file path bwrap complains about to /root/.cache/at-

The installation uses the evolution package from Debian bullseye-
backports. As far as I can tell, it's not a Flatpak or Snap
installation, as no packages with either flatpak or snap are
installed on the affected system. The versions of Evolution as well
as its dependencies used are as follows:

  dbus                        1.12.20-2              
  evolution                   3.38.3-1               
  evolution-common            3.38.3-1               
  evolution-data-server       3.38.3-1               
  libc6:amd64                 2.33-7                 
  libcamel-1.2-62:amd64       3.38.3-1               
  libclutter-gtk-1.0-0:amd64  1.8.4-4                
  libecal-2.0-1:amd64         3.38.3-1               
  libedataserver-1.2-25:amd64 3.38.3-1               
  libevolution                3.38.3-1               
  libglib2.0-0:amd64          2.66.8-1               
  libgtk-3-0:amd64            3.24.24-4+deb11u2      
  libical3:amd64              3.0.9-2                
  libnotify4:amd64            0.7.9-3                
  libsoup2.4-1:amd64          2.72.0-2               
  libwebkit2gtk-4.0-37:amd64  2.34.6-1~deb11u1       
  libxml2:amd64               2.9.10+dfsg-6.7+deb11u1
  psmisc                      23.4-2                 

Just in case this is relevant, here's also some general information
about the affected system:

  OS: Debian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye) x86_64
  Kernel: 5.16.0-0.bpo.4-amd64
  DE: GNOME 3.38.6
  WM: Mutter
  CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 4800H
  GPU: AMD ATI 04:00.0 Renoir
  Memory: 15480MiB

Any suggestions regarding what I could check or do to resolve this
behaviour would be much appreciated.

For your information: I am not subscribed to this mailing list, so
please send any replies to me directly (ideally with a CC to the
mailing list).

Thank you for your time.

Felix Fröhlich
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