(Testing needed) Empty spaces in lxpanel when using xfce4-power-manager
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Sun Feb 26 10:04:25 UTC 2012
because i am not very familiar with git i have downloaed the
source-package from 12.04 with apt-get source xfce4-power-manager
i applied the patch and rebuild the package with "dpkg-buildpackage
You can find the result here
Because i dont have an amd64 system/cpu i can only provide the i386
build but i guess that is ok so some of us can test the patch.
Feedback is welcome
Also posted that on the bug.
Am 25.02.2012 15:58, schrieb Axel FILMORE:
> I found this :
> Maybe it's already fixed, I tried to build it from git :
> git clone git.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-power-manager
> sudo apt-get install \
> libxfce4ui-1-dev \
> libxfce4util-dev \
> libxfconf-0-dev \
> libxrandr-dev \
> libdbus-glib-1-dev \
> libdbus-1-dev \
> xfce4-dev-tools \
> you need also build-essential git autoconf automake and maybe others I
> forgot :-D
> ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --disable-panel-plugins
> make install
> But now x-p-m is no longer running when I resume... so I don't know if
> it works.
> I can't find any errors in the logs.
> On 25/02/2012 00:28, Michael Basse wrote:
>> Maybe someone can give me a hint about debugging on something like
>> that? sometimes i saw programs having a "dpg" extension. Is that a way
>> to debug something like that? At the moment i only know strace.
>> Maybe i should call "lxpanel" with strace and do some "ac adapter
>> on/off" actions to get some usefull output. But if someone of you has
>> another/better idea on how to debug stuff like that, any feedback is
>> Kind regards from Germany
>> Am 08.02.2012 00:32, schrieb Michael Basse:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> first of all i am sorry to use the mailinglist for bug-posting but i
>>> guess this bug is a show-stopper (imo)
>>> I am out of ideas what i can do. I have opened upstreambugs on LXDE and
>>> If i would know how to provide a better debug to the upstream-teams i
>>> would do it. That is the reason hy i put this bug in the mailinglist.
>>> Maybe we can discuss some possibilities to debug/fix this bug.
>>> I am willing to spent my time on this issue, i just need some hints,
>>> because i am out of ideas to work on this bug.
>>> Do we have some nice debugging-options for lxpanel? --log 5 does not
>>> seem to work for me and i cant find other places where to find usefull
>>> It would be great if we can kill this bug because its affecting every
>>> lubuntu-version and (imo) makes it very ugly.
>>> Thank you
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