RE: Drive-Mount bug continues, report if wanted.

For me, I get this error when trying to start drive-mount:

add callback ext: 80D6178
add callback ext: 80D6178
add callback ext: 80D6178
register ext: 80D6178
register ext->info: 80E2BE8
add 0x3000005
type = 2 exid = IDL:CORBA/MARSHAL:1.0

** CRITICAL **: file applet-widget.c: line 635 (gnome_panel_applet_corba_init):
assertion `ev._major == CORBA_NO_EXCEPTION' failed.

** CRITICAL **: file applet-widget.c: line 683 (applet_widget_new): assertion
`corbadat!=NULL' failed.

** ERROR **: Can't create applet!

remove 0x3000005
remove 0x3000005
Gdk-Message: Got event for unknown window: 0x14003af

Gdk-Message: Got event for unknown window: 0x14003af

This is using core. I know that when drive-mount starts, it looks for
/mnt/floppy, which I don't have since mine is at /floppy. I would change it,
but I don't get the chance to see anything, just the error message. Also, I
start the panel at E-term since I like seeing what error messages I

On the other hand, gtop works fine for me.


On 17-Jan-99 Rebecca Ore wrote:
> Same old, same old after recompile of  I would feel a bit more
> motivated about providing a full bug report on this one if the developer
> wanted to apologize for the ill-considered remarks about using 0.99.0
> (wait a minute, it actually worked better in that tarball than in the
> later tarballs, maybe we have something there).
> Bug, I say.  Maybe it's the interaction between the newest Orbit and the
> stale code from 0.99.0 when the drive-mount applet came the closest to
> working?  Shrug.  Or maybe the cvs updates didn't make it into the
> tarball due to the RAID mess-up.  No way for me to check that.
> Wanda's sitting pretty, mini-commander, modem lights -- the usual
> suspects are okay.  Drive-mount ain't okay, but if the developer wants
> to declare it okay on all systems other than mine, whether it is really
> or not, I certain won't argue with him.  And I can't prove that it
> doesn't work just peachy keen on all other systems, either.
> And if it's really true, then there's nothing lost.  I'll be getting a
> RedHat 5.2 system soon enough.
> Saves me time not to have to give a developer a bug report anyway. If he
> doesn't care, I don't.
> Funny how other things are working better, though, except for gtop.
> Broken pipe there when I try to run it in an xterm.  Martin, back to you
> sometime tomorrow.
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> Rebecca Ore
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