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  1. #1
    MadAGu 7 NNTP User

    Default Problem with gnome 2.25


    i have installed gnome 2.25 and when i am right clicking on the desktop
    and selecting "change desktop background" the gnome instantly logs me
    out with tha message: "/var/lib/gdm/.gnome2/monitors.xml does not exist"
    . Why this is happening?


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  2. #2
    hoisnass NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    Hey, I just started getting the same problem. What did you do to get it?


    I upgraded many many things from the GNOME/Factory:/Next repo for
    opensuse 11.1 x86_64. now i'm getting this issue about the monitors.xml
    file and the right click log out.

    Have you found a solution yet?

    Thanks


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  3. #3
    hoisnass NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    I just found out what is was.. i just read on launchpad that some guy
    using Ubuntu intrepid, had an issue with his monitors.xml file with
    relationship to gnome-settings-daemon. The daemon, in my case, was
    upgraded to version 2.25.3-7.5. So i downgraded to 2.24.0-3.17. FIXED!
    desktop wallper change works, test size decreased to my settings, no
    errors with xml file. Try it out.

    If you need anything let me know.


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  4. #4
    lmedinas NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    Can you please file a bug on bnc so the GNOME team can fix before
    deliver BETA's and Final for 11.1.

    Thanks


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  5. #5
    lmedinas NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    Oh i remember i can reproduce the same on my jhbuild and it seems to be
    fixed from the last svn trunk. So after gnome-settings-daemon upgraded
    on G:F:N you won't get that bug.


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  6. #6
    hoisnass NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    so you upgraded beyond the build i mentioned, and it was fixed?


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  7. #7
    lmedinas NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    Yes, the next release 2.25.90 will fix that bug.

    If you're interested you can also join the GNOME 2.25.90 packaging day:
    '[opensuse-gnome] openSUSE GNOME Packaging Day'
    (http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-g.../msg00113.html)

    And hopefully get 2.25.90 updated that day


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  8. #8
    Mr Jiggs NNTP User

    Default Re: Problem with gnome 2.25


    I've run in to the same issue now. I end up with a screen of
    white-on-white, so I can't see anything. How can I fix this from a
    non-gui session ?

    Mr. Jiggs


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