Am Montag, 27. Juli 2015 schrieb Jan Stolarek: > Hi all, > > in the recent weeks I am experiencing serious stability issues on two of my machines running KDE > 3. I know KDE 3 is not Trinity and whatever the causes are they might be fixed in Trinity, but > nevertheless I believe that the debugging techniques are identical for KDE and Trinity. That's > why I'm asking for help here. > > Machine 1 > On first of my machines I am experiencing random desktop freezes around two times a day (this > started around 2 weeks ago). When this happens the current application becomes irresponsive and I > am unable to switch to different application by using Alt-tab or by clicking on the task bar. I > am able to kill the graphical environment using Ctrl-Alt-Backspace or go to text console > (Ctrl-Alt-F1) to kill tasks. I was unable to find any program that, when killed, would unfreeze > the desktop. The only puzzling thing is that killing Firefox seems to make it a zombie process. > > Machine 2 > That machine experiences random problems when loading the desktop after login. The problem > manifests itself with an error message from KDE panel saying > that "'/home/USER/.local/share/applications/foo.desktop' service is broken" (where foo is an > application like Skype, Firefox, etc.) and then the KDE panel becomes irresponsive. Again, this > is random and sometimes the desktop loads correctly. > > In both cases I have no idea how to debug the encountered problems. Are there any logs that could > point me the source of the problems? Are there any diagnostics that I could run? Any ideas > appreciated as I fell clueless. > > Janek Hi! You checked your hardware and it's OK? Nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.