Re: Settings Daemon error (was: antialiased Andale Mono 8 in gnome-terminal)
I am having the same issues except that in addition the keybinding to
gnome-terminal do not work when the menu is not displayed
On Thu, May 27, 2004 at 01:50:12AM +0200, Shot wrote:
> > On Tue, 2004-05-25 at 01:51 +0200, Shot wrote:
> > > I guess I'll wait for the gnome-terminal 2.6.1-1
> > > I can see waiting in experimental
> > I am using gnome-terminal 2.6.1 other apps can display
> > non-antialiased, only gnome-terminal cannot. I think it
> > is the bug. Try submit to the bugzilla.
> Hm, strange - GNOME 2.6 just arrived in unstable, so I upgraded my
> system (uninstalling acme, gnome, gnome-desktop-environment and
> gnome-vfs-sftp along the way) and got gnome-terminal 2.6.1-1. What's
> nice is that the fonts are *not* antialiased, i.e. gnome-terminal works
> ok again, but it works much in the same way GNOME itself doesn't, giving
> me the
> > There was an error starting the GNOME Settings Daemon.
> > Some things, such as themes, sounds, or
> > background settings may not work correctly.
> > The Settings Daemon restarted too many times.
> > The last error message was:
> > Child process did not give an error
> > message, unknown failure occurred
> > GNOME will still try to restart the
> > Settings Daemon next time you log in.
> error. Random GNOME apps close upon start - gcalctool runs ok, but gedit
> just flick its window for a split second and disappears, leaving "gedit:
> relocation error: gedit: undefined symbol: teel_input_event_box_new" on
> the console.
> I've been running the GlossyP Aqua-like theme before, and now can run
> GlossyP window borders, but no GlossyP controls - or any non-default
> controls, for that matter. The theme preferences flick some alert box
> before starting, but all I can see is that the box is titled "warning"
> and has no content (then it dissappears in a blink of an eye). Strange
> -- Shot
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