[Fwd: Re: panel issues]
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Mon Jan 29 21:55:29 CET 2007
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> Brian J. Tarricone kirjoitti:
>> P.S. The "thunar trash service" is just "Thunar --daemon", which is
>> listed in xfce4-session's default session. If it's not present in the
>> session, D-Bus auto-activation should cause it to start on its own; if
>> it doesn't, it's likely a D-Bus configuration problem.
> Taking into consideration the amount of emails and forum
> questions etc. this warning generates, it seems that most
> systems are wrongly configured.
> I see this same window every time I log into Xfce.
> Who should do this D-Bus configuration?
The dbus package maintainer of your distribution. Alternately, if you
compile/install Xfce yourself and put it in a non-standard prefix, you
need to do this yourself.
> Thunar installation or D-Bus installation?
Neither, really. Thunar installs its dbus .service file to
$prefix/share/dbus-1/services. If Thunar's $prefix doesn't match D-Bus'
$prefix, you need to add stuff to your configuration. On my system here
at work (Xubuntu), /etc/dbus-1/session.conf only includes
/usr/share/dbus-1/services, so I added
/opt/xfce4-svn/share/dbus-1/services to /etc/dbus-1/session-local.conf.
All this crap should probably be in the FAQ.
> And does somebody know how it could be changed to
> autostart mode? I think it would make a nice FAQ entry?
Clear xfdesktop, xfce4-panel, etc. out of your session, and add them all
using the autostart editor. Note that, as I said before, if D-Bus
activation isn't working properly, there's no way to guarantee that
Thunar's daemon will start up before xfdesktop if using this method, so
this won't help you.
> P.S. pressing FAQ in the xfce main page
> (http://www.xfce.org/documentation/) gives me
> Page not found
> We're sorry, the page or file you requested was not found on this server.
Yeah, the larger "FAQ" link points to /documentation/faq, which doesn't
exist, but the link below it points to the faq on wiki.xfce.org. I
guess Nick should fix this ^_^.
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