Re: Re: Reproducible bug
Thanks for your feedback.
Laurent Lyaudet wrote:
>> >> My install is up-to-date with latest security updates (that's the
>> >> first thing I do anytime I start my laptop).
> There is a rule: "never touch a running system" which means if something
> works let it work. through your process you are exposed to bugs without a
> way back. this is just an advise to review the process
I think this is a very bad advice.
You should always be uptodate with security updates since there is plenty of people ready to exploit already corrected security issues.
The people that correct these security issues do this hard work for a reason.
Never let your system stay insecure or say people to do so, unless you want them to be screwed by perverts behind a computer.
> I don't use Gnome, because gtk with the concept behind caused a lot of
> trouble long time ago and could not convince me that it will ever get
> better so I can't help much. But ... there should be logging facility and
> you need perhaps to enable something somewhere to see where it is coming
> from or what is happening when the problem appears.
> I usually look first in ~/.xsession-errors
> someone else perhaps could help on where and how to debug gtk/gnome
Thanks for this indication. I found no such file with :
find / -name 'xsession*'
I will google for gnome error logging.