Re: Problem/Blocker: ~/.mozilla blocks login
Okay, today I had a more meaningful error message from an etch based system.
And I got a lucky hand and happened to remove the right file at once:
ls -l .mozilla/firefox/xy22.default/
1656725 Dec 1 09:32 XPC.mfasl
In another case this file had a timestamp of Dec 10, but I am quite sure that
the problem didn't exist a week ago with this user.
The DCOP error mesage reads: could not read network connection list.
Please make sure dcopserver is running.
This problem occurs on LTSP and workstation - in most cases I only find the
time to delete .mozilla as a whole.
Am Sonntag 15 Februar 2009 13:44:36 schrieb RalfGesellensetter:
> Dear list,
> repeatedly I get complaints of students who cannot login.
> I found out that some Firefox sessions leave files in ~/.mozilla that
> make the X server crash. All I can do at the moment is delete those
> folders. I tried hard to single out what files are those - but without
> I can only tell, that login works via ssh/sftp, but any graphical window
> manager will fail (gnome, icewm, kde).
> Does anybody else know this trouble? I cannot even tell, what firefox
> version/on what platform causes this problem - but how come an
> application keeps a windowmanager from starting?
> quite desperate,