Re: GNOME-session: Still fails!
- From: Dave Camp <campd oit edu>
- To: Tim Lewis <tlewis digaudio com>
- CC: Gnome List <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: GNOME-session: Still fails!
- Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 18:57:55 +0000
I've been having the same problem...
Tim Lewis wrote:
> Hi GNOME people:
> Well, this is quite frustrating. I installed the 99.8 release plus the e
> rpms from the ftps site yesterday. Blew away all gnome lib, include, and
> config directories, as well as everything e. Then I installed the rpms. On
> my work machine, gnome session comes up and works flawlessly (Redhat 5.2,
> Intel, 64 MB mem, 133M Pentium). All settings are saved, and I can detect
> no real problems; very stable.
> On my home machine (266 Pentium, 64 MB mem, Redhat 5.2 Intel) I did the
> same: blew away enlightenment in usr/local as well as all gnome files in
> /usr/lib, /usr/include, ~/.gnome, /usr/share, etc. Installed the rpms. No
> problem. Tried starting just gnome-session in .xinitrc. It begins the X
> session, then dumps back to the prompt. I get:
> SESSION_MANAGER=local/talewis:/tmp/.ICE-unix/7616,tcp/talewis:8324 (not the
> real number)
> Priority 00: Starting Id=0
> Priority 00: Cloning Id=0
> Priority 00: Registering Id=(null)
> I tried editing default.session in /usr/share and selectively paring off
> options until only sm-proxy and enlightenment remained. Same dump and
> error. Finally I removed sm-proxy. Still failed. I also tried deleting
> all session files (default.session in /usr/share, session in .gnome). I was
> starting from /root, and noticed no core files there.
> Can anyone shed some light here? I ended up starting panel & enlightenment
> in my .xinitrc to get by, but I really prefer using the panel's 'shutdown'
> button to close the session. Far slicker IMHO.
> Tim Lewis direct 760-761-4673
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