xfce4-session under Solaris
benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de
Fri Jan 16 00:01:07 CET 2004
Chris Greenman wrote:
>>This is new to me. I didn't know that til now. What version of
>>xfce4-session you are using exactly (recent version provide a
>>--version command line
> --version doesn't give a version number but actually starts
> xfce4-session. The version I'm running is the version that was packages
> with 22.214.171.124
As Olivier stated there is no package of xfce4-session in 126.96.36.199. I suggest
you checkout a fresh copy of xfce4-session from CVS HEAD and try that one.
>>option)? I need some more infos to fix this: What SM clients are
>>running (-> Session Control)?
> Not sure what you;re asking for here.
Right click on the system tray icon of xfce4-session and select "Session
Control". You will be presented with a list of clients that are currently
connected to the session manager.
>>Does manual session saving work?
> I don't think so. I did try to save a session once but there is nothing
> in $HOME/.xfce4/sessions
That sounds like one of the SM clients is broken and did not complete the
SaveYourself phase as required. I'm currently working on a work-around for
>>Do you use smproxy?
> Good question. I DO know that I get:
> /usr/local/etc/xfce4/default.session: smproxy: not found
> when xfce4-session starts.
Then you don't use it :-)
>>you tried to logout while only the XFce components are running, that
>>is no xterms etc. but only the panel, the desktop, taskbar, wm and
>>maybe the iconbox?
>>Is it 100% reproducible
Since the XFce components are proven to work fine with xfce4-session the
problem seems to be something else.
>>there any message in .xsession-errors that could explain whats going
> Can't find .xsession-errors anywhere in my homedir.
What ever file the messages generated by your X session are logged to. I don't
remember where Solaris sends this to by default.
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