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Re: [trinity-users] Wheezy upgrade to R14

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2014 20:23:30 +0200
On Thursday 14 of August 2014 20:11:17 Timothy Pearson wrote:
> > On Tuesday 12 August 2014 20:25:44 you wrote:
> >> >>My home directory is a separte hard drive, it is been reused on
> >> >> updates or from backus sinceat least 2004. It  has quite abit of
> >> >> old config info, some xsession-errors are related to this.  My
> >> >> testing of TDE in vm's do not have any issues
> >> >>I will try cleaning up my home dir first, thanks for your reponse.
> >> >
> >> > As a quick test, you can try creating a new account and make sure
> >> > that you have no issue with it. If that is the case, the problem is
> >> > almost surely related to some old stuff/config still present in
> >> > your home folder.
> >> >
> >> > Cheers
> >> >   Michele
> >>
> >> And if you do manage to find the offending file I'd like to figure
> >> out what happened so that we can prevent it occurring for anyone
> >> else!
> >>
> >> Tim
> >
> > I created a new user, I have enclosed a pristine (new
> > user) .xsession-errors file. snipped for all the lockfile entries.
> >
> > I still get the locked session dialog, lots for the new user...on one
> > login attempt I never got an unlocked session to use.
> >
> >
> >
> > New issues
> > 1. the new user does not have 'opt/trinity/bin' or other TDE
> > specific entries in PATH ? I use 'adduser' (cli) to create users on my
> > system.
> > 2. Dual monitor, no panel on one of the monitors
> >
> > Xsession: X session started for debian at Wed Aug 13 15:26:23 AKDT 2014
> > localuser:debian being added to access control list
> > [starttde] Starting starttde.
> > [starttde] This script is /usr/bin/x-session-manager
> > [starttde] TDE version is R14.0.0 [DEVELOPMENT]
> > [starttde] TDE base directory is /opt/trinity
> > [starttde] TDEHOME is not set.
> > [starttde] Set TDEHOME to /home/debian/.trinity.
> > [starttde] Setting TDEROOTHOME to /root/.trinity.
> > [starttde] XDG_DATA_DIRS: /opt/trinity/share:/usr/local/share:/usr/share
> > [starttde] TDEDIR: /opt/trinity
> > [starttde] TDEDIRS:
> > [starttde] Starting Trinity...
> > [tdebuildsycoca] tdebuildsycoca running...
> > [dcopserver] DCOP Cleaning up dead connections.
> > [starttde] TDE_FULL_SESSION: true
> > [starttde] TDE_SESSION_UID: 1003
> > [tdeinit] Shutting down running client.
> > ---------------------------------
> > [dcopserver] It looks like dcopserver is already running. If you are
> > sure
> > that it is not already running,
> > remove /home/debian/.DCOPserver_tdewheezy__0
> > and start dcopserver again.
> > ---------------------------------
> > [kded] Daemon (kded) is already running.
> > [tdebuildsycoca] tdebuildsycoca running...
> > [tdebuildsycoca] Reusing existing tdesycoca.
> > tdeio (KService*): WARNING: The desktop entry
> > file /usr/share/applications/usbview.desktop has
> > Type=Applications/System/Hardware instead of "Application" or "Service"
> > tdeio (KService*): WARNING: Invalid
> > Service : /usr/share/applications/usbview.desktop
> > [dcopserver] DCOP Cleaning up dead connections.
> > [starttde] tdeinit started successfully.
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > [kdesktop] SAK driven secure dialog is not available for use (retcode
> > 6).  Check tdmtsak for proper functionality.
> > [kdesktop] SAK driven secure dialog is not available for use (retcode
> > 6).  Check tdmtsak for proper functionality.
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> > tdeio (TDEIOConnection): ERROR: Could not write data (pid 5154
> > process "nit] media /tmp/tdesocket-debian/tdelauncher9oiZU")
> > [tdecore] Deleting stale lockfile /tmp/tde-debian/kdesktop_lock_lockfile
> >
> > <snipped ~ 200 deleting lockfile lines>
> >
> >
> > SAK is not enabled in Contro Center
> >
> > --
> > Peace,
> >
> > Greg
>
> Very strange; it looks like the kdesktop_lock process is continuously
> restarting.  I have never encountered anything remotely like this.
>
> Are you certain kdesktop and kdesktop_lock are the latest R14 versions?
> If there is an old 3.5.13.2 or lower kdesktop_lock executable in your path
> it might theoretically be able to do something like this.
>
> Tim
>

Greg, can you post your apt sources.list?

-- 
Slávek