Orage alarm did not occur
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Thu Feb 9 11:08:28 CET 2012
Le 9 févr. 2012 08:56, "Juha" <kautto.juha at kolumbus.fi> a écrit :
> Do you use hibernate/sleep?
> If yes, you may have run into the known BUGs related to those.
> If not, this is then new BUG.
> Note that xfce panel clock does NOT start Orage automatically.
> If Orage is not running, it will be started only after you click the
> This may also explain what you saw. Maybe Orage was not running
> after all. You may see that from the logs (.xsession-errors)?
> (You can not see from the panel plugin when Orage is running. The tray
> icon shows if Orage is running or not.)
Maybe orage should log itself inside à file when it started and stopped,
and why not the différent alarms?
My 2 cents,
> 09.02.2012 03:14, Stuart McGraw kirjoitti:
>> Version 4.8.2 in Fedora-15. I think Orage was running,
>> I have the Orage Panel Clock in a xfce panel which starts
>> orage when I log in, yes? And I'm certain I was logged
>> in at the alarm time since I rarely log off.
>> On 02/07/2012 11:42 PM, Juha wrote:
>>> There has been some issues with hibernate/sleep
>>> specially with new GTK+ versions. All known bugs
>>> are fixed in 4.8.3 version.
>>> Are you sure Orage was running when the alarm
>>> was supposed to happen? Which version are you
>>> using (orage -v)?
>>> 08.02.2012 04:13, Stuart McGraw kirjoitti:
>>>> I am a Gnome3 refuge who wishes he'd discovered Xfce
>>>> a long time ago. However, I am having a problem with
>>>> For some time I have had the suspicion that the alarm
>>>> feature of Orage was not going off when it was scheduled
>>>> to. But when I've tried to test it, it's worked fine.
>>>> I just had a case where there was definitely a problem.
>>>> In mid-January I created a dentist appointment for Feb 8
>>>> at 9am. In the Alarm tab, I had set the "Alarm Time" to
>>>> "2 days, 0 hours, 0 mins before start". I expected the
>>>> alarm to sound on Feb 6 at 9am. That never happened.
>>>> But today (afternoon, Feb 7) when I opened the Orage applet
>>>> to set an unrelated appointment, the dentist appointment
>>>> popped up and the alarm sound played.
>>>> Is this a known problem? Or is there something I may
>>>> have done wrong when setting up the event?
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