xfce4-session troubles with conf ?

Benedikt Meurer benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de
Tue Jan 13 19:46:39 CET 2004

iSteve wrote:
> Of the interesting things in the file...
> ** (xfce4-session:710): WARNING **: client 
> 117f000001000107390970300000007100006 timed out
> /usr/lib/mozilla-firebird/MozillaFirebird-bin: error while loading 
> shared libraries: libxpcom.so: cannot open shared object file: No such 
> file or directory

Ok, heres the answer: Firebird registers a restart command of 
/usr/lib/mozilla-firebird/MozillaFirebird-bin, but this binary expects some 
run-time linker settings (actually environment variables) to be set in order 
to work (usually theres a script called Firebird or Phoenix that sets 
LD_LIBRARY_PATH to $MOZILLA_HOME/lib or something like that). So no wonder 
here. Firebird should be fixed to register the script instead of the binary 

> ** (xfce4-session:710): WARNING **: client 
> 117f000001000107390896000000007100001 timed out
> ** (xfce4-session:710): WARNING **: client 
> 117f000001000107390970300000007100006 timed out
> ** (xfce4-session:710): WARNING **: client 
> 117f000001000107394532200000007100025 timed out
> ** (xfce4-session:710): WARNING **: client 
> 117f000001000107394658500000007100027 timed out
> these four seems to be 3 xterms and 1 licq:), while licq won't run and 
> xterm will.
> ... and xchat, xterms, mozilla firebird and thunderbird are with uid, 
> xmms is with user Unknown (?:), licq.real is with user isteve, vmware 
> isn't listed at all.

As already said, xmms is buggy. The licq problem looks similar to the Firebird 
problem, to verify it, try to launch "licq.real" from command line. VMWare is 
known to not being session aware at all.

The xterm thingy: Danny, wasn't there some Xresource setting to unbreak xterm 
in terms of session management?


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