Re: Gnome-Panel no longer starts at login, or after
--- Ian Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> --- Andrea VeVettorelloanandreaevettorellomgmailom>
> > On Tue, 28 SeSep004 16:09:40 -0700 (PDT), Ian
> > <scscraemondaemonahoo.com> wrote:
> > > A few days ago I logged into GNOME using GDGDMnd
> > the
> > > gnome panel failed to start up. That left me
> > > just sasawfishunning. This is usable but I
> > like
> > > the Gnome panel back for convenience sake. I
> > > tried the following:
> > >
> > > Renaming each of the following files or
> > directories:
> > > ~/.gnome/session
> > > ~/.gnome/panel
> > > ~/.gnome
> > >
> > > None of these made the panel come back.
> > Attempting to
> > > start the gnome panel after logging in gives the
> > > following:
> > >
> > > <prompt> $ panel
> > >
> > I could be wrong, but to start the gnome panel,
> > should use the
> > "gnome-panel" command (i don't have a Woody box
> > Gnome installed
> > to check)
> It may have changed in gnome 2, but panel is the
> command for "gnome panel" in Gnome 1.4. I do have
> following commands that include the prefix
> 'gnome-panel'. They are: $1-add-launcher,
> In the file, /etc/gnome/default.session, the
> follwing entry to 'panel' is listed.
> 7,RestartCommand --smclient-id default7
> This line is listed three times in different places
> corresponding to one for each session listed in
> /etc/gnome/default.session. After having moved my
> session file in my home directory out of the way, I
> have tried logging in using each of the default
> settings, classic, default, and nautilus, listed in
> this file. The gnome panel doesn't come up any of
> these times. I, however, don't have an entry for
> panel in my own session file. There should be one,
> and I haven't edited this file by hand.
> Thanks for the response. Any more suggestions?
Some how my response got butchered by Yahoo. I've
edited and it should come through okay now.
Do you Yahoo!?
Declare Yourself - Register online to vote today!