xfcalendar random behavior, appearance
kautto.juha at kolumbus.fi
Wed May 18 16:36:57 CEST 2005
I still can't reproduce this in any of my systems. Could you log a bug
of this, please.
And can we verify that this is not actually a problem of using old clock
1) check that your panel clock plugin has been built from xfce 220.127.116.11
(4.2.0 clock plugin causes similar error when used together with
Easiest way probably is to either reinstall panel and at least the
plugin or check
from the dates that it has been compiled at the same time than xfcalendar:
ls -l /usr/local/xfce4/lib/xfce4/panel-plugins/libclock.la
2) Check that the source is correct:
$ ls -l /xfce/xfce-18.104.22.168/src/tars/xfce4-panel-22.214.171.124/plugins/clock
-rw-rw-r-- 1 juha juha *17316* maalis 7 22:51 clock.c
(These are just examples...you need to check those from the correct
places in your system)
3) Could you run debug code in your system if I provide it ?
Please log the bug, so that we don't forget this and we can work it
better instead of using this email list
and bothering people who are not interested.
Erika Meier wrote:
>On Fri, 29 Apr 2005 08:10:22 +0300
>Juha Kautto <kautto.juha at kolumbus.fi> wrote:
>>Then it is not a known problem.
>>I assume you are running Xfce 4.2.1 and xfcalendar 4.2.1 ?
>true - sorry I forgot that.
>xfce4.2.1 and xfcalender4.2.1 are the versions I am using. I use the
>Gentoo Packages, so Icompiled them from source. I observed the same
>behavior on another P4 Machine but this on is slower - "only" 2.6 Ghz
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