GConf Error: Failed to contact configuration server; the most common cause is a missing or misconfigured D-Bus session bus daemon. See GConf configuration system for information. (Details - 1: Failed to get connection to session: The connection is closed)
I dont know if its related, but the one with gnome 3 constantly gives me (what i think is) a kernel panic when i shut down the system, it happens fast and the text on the screen is not “linear” but spread all over the screen, so i cant read the whole message, but it does say something about glib and corruption.
This is actually the first time(s) ibe seen a kernel panic ever since i used ubuntu.
Any idea of what might be wrong? or how i can fix it?
on a sligthly diferent topic, im still getting the kernel panic when i log out of the gnome 3 netbook, but it happens so fast i cant read the message, i want to open a thread to see if anyone else has this problem, but i want to paste the full error message, is there a log where this message would be saved, so i can go open it and paste the error in a new thread?
it just did it again, but i looked at boot.omsg and found no errors.
Somehow i think the error occurs before boot.omsg is created, because i noted the error included the system time, and it was 00:31:37, and the earliest time i find in boot.omsg is 00:31:39
I did manage to see something like “clib detected. xorg double free or corruption”, then theres a bunch of numbers that seem like memory addresses all over the screen, not “lined up” one below the other, but rather spread all over the screen.
and then more messages, but dint get to read those.
Youre probably right. The system is working perfectly, so there is really nothing “broken” that needs fixing.
I think im bothered not by the error itself, but by not knowing what it is or why it happens. I HATE not knowing things! hehe