Hi! Anno domini 2020 Tue, 24 Mar 21:39:08 -0700 Gregory Nowak scripsit: > Hi all. > > I'd like to start a dedicated thread on this issue. Most users are > simply annoyed by the message in the subject in their > $HOME/.xsession-errors file. However, since one of the services that > can't connect to the accessibility bus is gnome-orca (the gtk screen > reader software orca for short), this error isn't just annoying to me, > it's a show > stopper as far as using the GUI goes.
Stupid question: are you sure this is the showstopper? I have the same error message, but everything works as normal. > > I've been exploring this, and have some questions for people with the > same issue, which will hopefully start us on the road to solving it: > > 1. Do you also see these errors if you stop the login manager, and run > startx by hand? I don't, and orca runs just fine. > > 2. What login manager are you using, lightdm, slim, something else? > I'm using lightdm. If this happens regardless of the login manager > used, then it would seem to be login manager agnostic. > > 3. Does anyone here happen to have an already installed debian system > you could test on to see if you have this error message? If no one > else can check it in debian, I'll put doing a debian install on my to > do list. If this also happens in debian, upstream is the source of the > problem. If these messages don't show up in a .xsession-errors on a > debian system, then this is Beowulf specific it would seem. > > That's all from me for now. > > Greg > > -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA, CIA ... _______________________________________________ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng