Re: GTK Errors using GNOME in Testing
On Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 11:59:40PM -0700, Mark Wagnon wrote:
> Hi all,
> I did an upgrade tonight and decided to take a look at GNOME after a
Did you use dselect?
> brief stint with KDE. Anyway, I noticed that things were pretty slow
> when it came to GNOME-ified apps. The control panel and gmc took their
> sweet time in launching and moving from section to section under the
> control panel was equally slow. I decided to take a look at the
Well, it's designed to compete with microsoft windows. Try to follow
the same hardware specifications. Or install fvwm. :-)
> console I started the X session from and there was a screenfull of
> error messages like so:
> Gtk-WARNING **: gtk_signal_disconnect_by_data(): could not find handler containing data (0xE23EADO)
> Interspersed were a few of these messages:
> /bin/sh: esd: command not found
It expects the package "esd" installed on your system. If you see these
messages, there should have been a depends: esd in the package that emits
these messages. Instead there is probably just a suggests: esd somewhere.
If you do not use dselect, you might not have noticed these "details".