Bug#389126: gnome-session: hangs at login with xorg 7.1
joss at debian.org
Wed Dec 13 12:27:44 CET 2006
Le dimanche 24 septembre 2006 à 01:18 -0400, Stephen Touset a écrit :
> I recently upgraded to Xorg 7.1. Since doing so, logging into GNOME produces
> my background, and dark-grey where the gnome-panel should be.
> The system is still responsive, except no further updates are displayed on the
> screen. I can open programs using keyboard shortcuts, but nothing other than
> the background, and grey bars for the panel is ever displayed.
> I logged in to GDM with xterm, and started various components independently.
> gnome-panel, nautilus, gnome-settings-daemon, and metacity all started without
> problem. However, invoking gnome-session results in the problem. I can Ctrl+C
> out of it, at this point, but the screen is still stuck in a frozen state.
Can you reproduce this bug with the latest gnome-session and dbus
packages? It may have been fixed with dbus 0.93 which also solved some
crashes and lockups for me.
Josselin Mouette /\./\
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