Bug#406390: libhal-storage calls dbus_connection_close() instead
joss at debian.org
Wed Jan 10 22:41:32 CET 2007
reassign 406390 libhal-storage1
Le mercredi 10 janvier 2007 à 21:12 +0100, Stefan Witzel a écrit :
> Package: nautilus
> Version: 2.14.3-7
> I clicked on the icon of a mp3-Player in nautilus and obtained the
> following error message:
> libhal-storage.c 1401 : info: called libhal_free_dbus_error but
> dbuserror was not set.
> process 7305: applications must not close shared connections - see
> dbus_connection_close() docs. this is a bug in the application.
> fehler: verzeichnis /dev/sdf1 existiert nicht
> fehler: konnte pmount nicht ausführen
> Mounting manually works fine, so I supposed it to be a nautilus bug,
> though I'm not sure it is. By the way: the folder (? nor a file)
> /dev/sdf1 effectively doesn't exist (I guess you understand the messages
> "folder /dev/sdf1 doesn't exist" and "couldn't execute pmount"). The
> device he should try to mount is /dev/sde1.
There is probably something wrong with either HAL or your kernel. I
doubt this is related to nautilus (but please reassign if this turns out
to be the case).
Could you provide your kernel information (uname -a) and hal and dbus
versions (dpkg -l libhal\* libdbus\*)? In future reports, please use
reportbug to have this information added automatically.
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