Bug#425742: gnome-session: completely breaks desktop
joss at debian.org
Thu May 24 07:27:24 UTC 2007
Le mercredi 23 mai 2007 à 23:52 +0200, Julien Langer a écrit :
> > Could you send us your .gnome2/session file? Does it help if you move
> > it
> > away?
> I did not have a session file since I never saved one and disabled the
> automatic save feature in gnome-session-settings. And that also seems to
> be the problem, -2 refuses to start when no session file is present.
> I just saved one with -1 and now -2 also starts.
> However -2 should also work without a session file.
> Interestingly with the created session file the splash screen doesn't
> disappear anymore (only when left clicked. This did not happen without a
> session file in -1)
Is the only difference between your attempts the gnome-session version?
The only change between -1 and -2 is in the session saving code, not in
As both were uploaded on different architectures, this may be a problem
of missing or buggy build-dependencies. If you have some time, it would
be nice to check whether rebuilding the package changes anything.
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