RE: SaveYourself command?????

I am on a 450 with 64 megs of ram. I dont think it is because of a slow
The panel is also running and responding when these error messages apear.
Almost emediatly after I press the ok button, one comes back up....

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Gleef []
> Sent:	Monday, April 05, 1999 8:17 AM
> To:	Nils Jeppe
> Subject:	Re: SaveYourself command?????
> On Fri, 2 Apr 1999, Nils Jeppe wrote:
> > Hello, I just got a little dialog that says:
> > 
> > panel --sm-config-prefix /panel.d/Session-a17900/
> > 
> > No response to the SaveYourself command. The program may be slow,
> stopped
> > or broken. You may wait for it to respond or remove it.
> > 
> > What's this supposed to mean?
> > 
> > It has happened about 2-3 times today, and never befor.
> Gnome-session periodially sends a "SaveYourself" signal to all of the
> programs it tracks (including panel).  It waits a certain length of time
> for a response, and puts up the dialog you described if it doesn't get
> one in time.  It might have not gotten one because your program crashed
> (in which case you would remove it), your machine is slow, or, in the case
> of the panel, some applet is messing with operation (for example, I get
> the message when I trace an applet with gdb).
> The way I see it, this message shouldn't appear during normal operation of
> GNOME, so the feature could probably use a little tweaking, particularly
> for slow machines.  I plan on sending in bug reports on it as I narrow 
> down times it appears when it shouldn't.
> Best of Luck,
> -Gleef
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