[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: Gnome logout hangs

On Sat, Jul 02, 2005 at 03:32:41PM +1000, Ryan Heise wrote:
> I just did a system upgrade and now Gnome hangs when I try to logout.

I just found that Gnome logout stops hanging and starts working if I run
"esd" first.

Now I have a few questions:

- What is the debian way to automatically run esd?
- Is there a better option than running esd? Do people hate/like esd?



(Original details below)

> My initial configuration was "unstable", last upgraded a few months ago.
> Here is what I remember changing, from memory.
> - apt-get dist-upgrade    (to testing)
> - apt-get install scim scim-hangul scim-tables-ko uim ami ttf-...
>   xfonts-... m17n-env
> - set-m17n-env   (selecting korean locale and running scim)
> I discovered that if I wait for about 10 minutes after requesting to
> logout, it finally logs out. I saw a suggestion on the web to reinstall
> audiofile, and that seemed to work, just once. Now it hangs again :-(

Reply to: