Re: [g-a-devel] Proper launch of at-spi-registryd
- From: Li Yuan <Li Yuan Sun COM>
- To: Michael Pozhidaev <msp altlinux ru>
- Cc: gnome-accessibility-devel gnome org
- Subject: Re: [g-a-devel] Proper launch of at-spi-registryd
- Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 11:05:14 +0800
Michael Pozhidaev wrote:
You need to make sure at-spi-registryd is located in the directory that
gnome-session knows. On Ubuntu, it is /usr/lib/at-spi.
I have a question about proper running at-spi-registryd. Please help me.
I am using gnome-2.24, at-spi-1.24.1 and orca-2.24.1. Orca at its first
startup asked me usual questions and set gconf parameter
gnome/interface/accessibility to true. On next gnome start I got a error
message "Assistive technology support has been requested for this session,
but accessibility registry...".
This is because at-spi-registryd is started after the applications. The
right way is starting at-spi-registryd first (by gnome-session) and then
As I understand it means at-spi-registryd cannot be started properly at
gnome startup, but if I run it manually from gnome-terminal it starts
without any messages. After explicit at-spi-registryd launch orca can
read its main window and parameters dialog but other gnome applications
including main Applications menu is not accessible. Only Firefox and
Orca can be used.
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