Can't log out on server (feisty)
philipp at schoolnet.na
Tue Aug 14 09:37:06 BST 2007
Alfred Nutile schrieb:
> disable the sounds for the gnome desktop ie System --> Prefs --> Sounds
> --> Login Log out etc.
> This is what causes to log out hang on a server.
> Not sure about the speed issues
> On Fri, 2007-08-10 at 23:30 +0200, Philipp Hanselmann wrote:
Great is working ! I deactivated the sound, and now the login on the
server is working!
I assume the issue is related with the audio player audacious which
includes the installation of the lippulse package, which may cause that
the sound system on the server breaks.
I removed audacious, since than the login (including sound events) works
on the server normally.
>> Since one week we using Edubuntu Feisty in our computer lab with 10
>> Now since 2 days after a system crash, we have during a SERVER login
>> this message:
>> #There was an error starting Gnome settings daemon.
>> #Something such as theme, sounds or background settings may not
>> working correctly.
>> #Last message:
>> #Did not receive a reply. possible cause include. the remote
>> applications did not reply. #the message bus security policy blocked
>> the reply
>> #... timeout expired, as the network connection was broken
>> #Gnome will still try to restart the settings daemon next time you
>> log in.
>> The login takes now more than 3 minutes until the gnome desktop is
>> appearing. And even if loged in, everything on the server desktop is
>> quite slow. Addistionaly you can't log out, if you click on logout
>> (door symbol) the session dialog appears, but if you click than on
>> logout, the server screen is freezing. In this state it's only help
>> to reset the x11 screen (CTRL-ALT-Backspace)
>> * This happens only on the server (gdm) !
>> * The thin clients computer working 100% normally (ldm)
>> * If you login with the SAME user on a thin client everything is
>> On the top of edubuntu we have installed addistional packages like:
>> squid, apache, dovecot, squirrelmail, imap, multimedia programs,
>> shorewall, adobe reader, flash player, SOS Wikipedia and more (=3
>> GByte). All this get installed and configured by an automatic
>> installation script.
>> I already check some system logs, but up to now I don't know what
>> could cause this behaviour?
>> Does somebody had the same messages or do you have a clue what goes
>> wrong here?
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