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    Question "canberra-gtk-module" Error

    OK Trying a fresh install of bnome openSuse, and I have certainly screwwed something up again and hope I don't have to reinstall again., arghhhh!
    Tomboy won't open, even after reinstallation, and below is the error, but first, as well I can't open my .odt file with openoffice writer!, please help!!!

    now the error...

    #tomboy
    Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module": libcanberra-gtk-module.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "gnomebreakpad": libgnomebreakpad.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    ...and lots more
    A Newbie to SUSE, thank goodness, and thank you, these forums make the difference
    and I will always leave a thread "SOLVED" with noobies in mind, like I would like!

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    Default Re: "canberra-gtk-module" Error

    Quote Originally Posted by ack0329
    OK Trying a fresh install of bnome openSuse, and I have certainly
    screwwed something up again and hope I don't have to reinstall again.,
    arghhhh!
    Tomboy won't open, even after reinstallation, and below is the error,
    but first, as well I can't open my .odt file with openoffice writer!,
    please help!!!

    now the error...

    #tomboy
    Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module":
    libcanberra-gtk-module.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file
    or directory
    Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "gnomebreakpad":
    libgnomebreakpad.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
    directory
    ...and lots more
    Hi
    When your doing an install are you trying to remove packages during the
    install routine, or just a default install?

    If it's a default install, check the media....

    If your wanting to try and customize an install, look at using SUSE
    Studio or do a default install and then use vmware or virtualbox to
    practice on.

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    Default Re: "canberra-gtk-module" Error

    while trying another update, I noticed that in "Patterns", both Gnome Base System, and Gnome Desktop Environment patterns weren't checked off. I gave that a try with a few errors and a lot of new installs.

    WaS THIS A GOOD IDEA?
    Last edited by ack0329; 28-Jan-2010 at 21:37. Reason: clarifying
    A Newbie to SUSE, thank goodness, and thank you, these forums make the difference
    and I will always leave a thread "SOLVED" with noobies in mind, like I would like!

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    Default Re: "canberra-gtk-module" Error

    Sorry I missed your last post before I put up my last post..must be a lag.

    Anyway yes I did a complete re-installation from a gnome cd without my home partition reformatted,though I removed the KDE directories in it first.

    I did no changes during the installation process, even no changes until after 2 complete update checks, (the second including a nvidia driver change-only), then I do the media recommendations right to the letter, (always wondering if the suggestion to change the system installations to "Packman" after is such a good idea????

    Perhaps I am answering my own question...arghhhhhhh...I should probably do another clean install with a clean home drive too!

    and I still haven't solved my "DOCK" problem.... another long night for the sadist. Any thought would be appreciated...hoping to make this a learning experience!
    Last edited by ack0329; 29-Jan-2010 at 02:53. Reason: more ideas
    A Newbie to SUSE, thank goodness, and thank you, these forums make the difference
    and I will always leave a thread "SOLVED" with noobies in mind, like I would like!

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