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Thread: Gnome unstable on opensuse 3.10

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    Default Gnome unstable on opensuse 3.10

    Hi,

    After have been running opensuse 11.2 on Thinkpad T60p, I recently installed opensuse 13.1 with gnome 3.10 on my new T430s.

    While the old setup was very stable, the new 13.1 installation is not.

    Almost every day (and sometimes multiple times per day) the desktop crashes.

    I have been trawling /var/log/messages trying to nail down what happens just before each crash, and this seems to be happening prior to each crash:

    2014-01-11T14:06:03.802315+01:00 abg-ux gnome-session[1088]: (gnome-settings-daemon:1109): GLib-GIO-WARNING **: Error releasing name org.gnome.SettingsDaemon: The connection is closed
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.805322+01:00 abg-ux gdm-launch-environment]: pam_unix(gdm-launch-environment:session): session closed for user gdm
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.813874+01:00 abg-ux xdm[734]: Failed to remove slave program access to the display. Trying to proceed.
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.814110+01:00 abg-ux colord: Automatic remove of icc-9a5004ea42f3c15787f126ad2dae5bca from xrandr-LVDS1
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.814440+01:00 abg-ux colord: Profile removed: icc-9a5004ea42f3c15787f126ad2dae5bca
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.814719+01:00 abg-ux colord: Profile removed: icc-2d38135c6493aada115ccfdb354dd2bc
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.815001+01:00 abg-ux colord: Profile removed: icc-17fd4ee981bb833305acc883c060538e
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.815258+01:00 abg-ux colord: device removed: xrandr-LVDS1
    2014-01-11T14:06:03.817594+01:00 abg-ux gnome-session[1088]: g_dbus_connection_real_closed: Remote peer vanished with error: Underlying GIOStream returned 0 bytes on an async read (g-io-error-quark, 0). Exiting.

    Not sure how to go forward from here.
    Has anyone experienced such behaviour ?

    Best regards
    Anders

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    Default Re: Gnome unstable on opensuse 3.10

    Subject is wrong, it is of course opensuse 13.1

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