Re: gnome panel fonts on startup (solved for now)
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- Subject: Re: gnome panel fonts on startup (solved for now)
- From: Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 8 May 2012 13:54:03 +0000 (UTC)
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On Mon, 07 May 2012 17:27:53 -0400, songbird wrote:
> songbird wrote:
>> Camaleón wrote:
>>> Let the updates do their work :-)
>> thanks, but no change in the situation with
>> latest updates.
> as it turns out, the Gnome transition going on
> with updates to sid/wheezy crashed my new Gnome and it retreated to
> running fallback instead.
Most of the gnome-shell crashes are because of:
- A bad "gnome-shell.css" file, should you have edited manually.
- A problem with VGA 3D acceleration (look at your "~/.xsession-errors"
file to find out more.
- An annoying bug :-)
> the fonts work correctly on startup and restarts
> of Gnome Panel under fallback.
I wonder why is that gnome-shell fails. Is that okay for you? I mean,
does your card support 3D and you're using a driver that makes use of it?