Bug#556276: Gnome Nautilus and Panel error when attempting to register with bonobo on gnome startup
manish.mohania at gmail.com
Mon Nov 16 15:01:20 UTC 2009
Thank you, for addressing my problem.
Here is what I did as per your suggestion.
When I run the following command from terminal (CTRL + ALT + F1) :
ps aux | grep bonobo
I do not see any process with name bonobo-ativation-server.
Also, when I do :
It gives the following output :
bonobo-activation-server: no process killed
I do not understand what bonobo-activation-server is, but I have read
the man page. I think it is some important application :(
There as no errors in ~/.xsession-errors but two warnings. I am
providing the contents of ~/.xsession-errors:
------- File: ~/.xsession-errors ---------
/etc/gdm/Xsession: Beginning session setup...
** (gnome-settings-daemon:2960): WARNING **: Failed to open file
'/etc/gnome/config/General.ad': No such file or directory
Window manager warning: Failed to read saved session file
/home/manish/.metacity/sessions/default0.ms: Failed to open file
'/home/manish/.metacity/sessions/default0.ms': No such file or
--------- End File: ~/.xsession-errors -------------
As far as I believe my gnome is running since, I can see the
background and I am able to run application from terminal (CTRL + ALT
+ F1) as :
This problem is very unpredictable, today I was able to login two
times in my gnome with these steps.
1. First I rebooted in single user mode.
2. After login as root, I run the "init 5" command.
3. Then, I login as normal user "manish" from graphical display.
But when I rebooted in single user mode again, I was not able to login
using above mentioned steps :(
1) sometimes when I boot my system, I get the following error:
RAMDISK: incomplete write (-28 != 32768) 8388608
Kernel Panic - not syncing: VFS : Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block (0)
2) sometimes I get this error:
Probing EDD (edd=off to disable)
Decompressing Linux .... ok
Do you think I should file a seperate bug report for this error. ??
Thank you for your patience and time to read this bug report.
2009/11/16 Josselin Mouette <joss at debian.org>:
> What if you kill any bonobo-activation-server that might be left on your
> Also, are there any relevant errors in ~/.xsession-errors ?
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