Re: Epiphany won't start
- From: Bart Kuik <kuik alwaysaccess nl>
- To: Jens Bech Madsen <jbm oncable dk>
- Cc: GARNOME list <garnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Epiphany won't start
- Date: 22 Jul 2003 12:03:46 +0200
On Sun, 2003-07-20 at 23:31, Jens Bech Madsen wrote:
> To enable TCP in ORBit, edit your /etc/orbitrc and set
/etc/orbitrc or $HOME/garnome/etc/orbitrc didn't work, but
> You can also set IPv6 to 1 if you need that.
> The problem probably arises because you have a ~/.gconfd/lock/ior file.
> This file points to the location of the gconfd. If you don't have a
> gconfd running anywhere it should be save to remove the lock files with
GConfd puts the lock in /tmp/gconfd-<USER>/lock/ior, while Epiphany
looks for $HOME/.gconfd/lock/ior. I made /home/bart2/.gconfd link to
/tmp/gconfd-bart2, but Epiphany still won't work. I get these messages
on the terminal:
** (epiphany-bin:4025): CRITICAL **: file ephy-automation.c: line 78
(ephy_autom ation_new): assertion `factory != NULL' failed
** (epiphany-bin:4025): WARNING **: Couldn't create the factory!
And this message in a messagebox:
Epiphany can't be used now. Running the command "bonobo-slay" from the
console m ay fix the problem. If not, you can try rebooting the computer
or installing Epi phany again.
Bonobo couldn't locate the GNOME_Epiphany_Automation.server.
I guess that's the same problem with storing settings and locks in /tmp
instead of $HOME.... Anyone who knows why the locks are stored in /tmp
and how to fix this?
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