Problem after upgrading ubuntu 6.10 to 7.04-Rambo's Input
debiani386 at gmail.com
Mon May 14 21:41:03 UTC 2007
> Gabriel Dragffy wrote:
>> On Mon, 2007-05-14 at 19:32 +0530, Abhishek Gupta wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I've recently upgraded ubuntu 6.10 to 7.04. After rebooting system,
>>> its giving the following messages. and taking more time to start.
>>> There was an error starting the GNOME Settings Daemon.
>>> Some things, such as themes, sounds, or background settings may not
>>> work correctly.
>>> The last error message was:
>>> Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote
>>> application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy
>>> blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network
>>> connection was broken.
>>> GNOME will still try to restart the Settings Daemon next time you log
>>> Plz suggest me any solution for the same.
>>> Thanks in Advance
>>> - abhishek
>> can you run from a termianl:
>> cat /etc/network/interfaces
>> and post the output here.
> The only problem I've had since the upgrade is that everything opens
> much slower. 7.04 even takes longer to boot. When I mean longer to open
> up applications, I mean noticeably longer! I don't want to get into
> describing the system I built, for it doesn't have any meaning to the
> problem, unless there's a driver issue. I will say one thing, it's an
> AMD 64 bit "Athlon" processor running on 1 Mb of DDR RAM on an ASUS
> "Barebone" board, with an nVidia video card and I am using the
> "restricted accelerated driver". It's a stand alone, client machine,
> that has a connection via a Cisco router to cable Internet and I have a
> share connecting my Windows PC. I was using that with Edgy EFT with no
> problem, I'd hate to fool with changing driver's because it was hell
> getting the resolution to fit my Mitsubishi Diamond Pro monitor, with
> all of those annoying settings. (side curve, converse curve....)
I havent noticed much of a speed difference in mine. I just got 7.04.
works great with mine, infact, fiesty works so much better with my
system and my systems components then what 6.10 and earlier did
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