James Westby (james-w) wrote on 2008-07-31: #18 Hi, Thanks for testing. It looks like the priority of some routines have changed, for the login screen takes more time as usual (black screen, blinking cursor) The broken network connection which occurred on a The most serious problem is the white screen of death, which is becoming increasingly common, but again I don't see any plausible connections to it. (Yes, I've reported that bug, too, I know what you're thinking, I'll get to that in a moment. http://linuxprofilm.com/there-was/there-was-an-error-starting-the-gnome-settings-daemon.html
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. E: authkey.c: Failed to open cookie file '/home/lns/.pulse-cookie': Permission denied E: authkey.c: Failed to load authorization key '/home/lns/.pulse-cookie': Invalid argument Connection failure: Connection refused The program 'gnome-settings-daemon' received an X Window This issue appered about two weeks ago I think. However, I am willing to collect diagnostic data or even run a reasonable number of diagnostic tools if that will help you and the Ubuntu project.
Daniel Valencia (danvalencia) wrote on 2008-07-29: Re: [Bug 185157] Re: There was an error starting the GNOME Settings Daemon #23 When I installed Ubuntu, I got this error when I configured Sebastien Bacher (seb128) wrote on 2008-07-28: #21 does anybody still get this issue and could explain how to trigger it on a clean installation? Also on Hardy Heron 8.04.2 with all recent updates. So far so good, now can anyone else confirm that this works for them too?
What I wasn't expecting was 500+ pairs of language packs—some I'd never even heard of. Valid XHTML 1.1 and CSS 3. The system reported that it was not installed so I issued the "sudo apt-get install gnome-config" command to install. Don't worry about the contribution because it optional.
I will try to restart the netbook with an ethernet cable plugged in to see what happens. None, the status of the bug is updated manually. Changed in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu): assignee: nobody → Ubuntu Desktop Bugs (desktop-bugs) importance: Undecided → Low status: New → Incomplete Jan Knuts (jan-knuts) wrote on 2009-12-05: #4 Same as above. 8.04 ..My this Don't know if this would be relevant here, but I've included a bit.
level323 (level323) wrote on 2008-08-01: #20 Sorry everyone - my suggestion to add "+extension XInputExtension" was WRONG. Ultimately I booted into recovery mode and took a shot at running gnome-config at the command line. I attribute this to a race condition caused by kvm, particularly as there was increased load on the system during this installation, and I did not see the problem in other So what happened, was: 1.
With everything ready to go, I booted it back up, got my Gnome login screen, and then nothing. https://arunpc.com/2008/06/01/ubuntu-there-was-an-error-starting-the-gnome-settings-daemon/ Joe tannenba View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by tannenba Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this lol i ran: sudo apt-get install kde that took a while because it was installing everything kde related lol. I did so, had lots of fun modifying metacity.xml files & finally got my desktop looking just how I wanted it.
That seemed reasonable, if a tad bit tedious. http://linuxprofilm.com/there-was/there-was-an-error-starting-the-gnome-settings-daemon-redhat.html I'm using the latest version, 8.04. Changed in gnome-control-center: assignee: nobody → desktop-bugs status: Confirmed → Incomplete Chandru (chandru-in) wrote on 2008-02-12: #10 .xsession-error after gnome settings daemon failed to start Edit (5.6 KiB, text/plain) Here is I hope there are solutions for this so I won't have to re-login or reboot the next time it happens.
But oh no, the next day Update Manager was back with a vengeance, once again suggesting I install all these language packs. And always when starting ubuntu from CD. reproducble..yes ethernet connected..normal ethernet disconnected..error messeges as above ..slow computer Jan K Travis Patocka (travisp11) wrote on 2010-12-03: #5 Thanks for all of the information. click site The last error message was: Did not receive a reply.
Restart networking: $ sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart Ping yourself: $ ping -c4 lo PING localhost (127.0.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from localhost (127.0.0.1): icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.030 ms 64 bytes from If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
This time I relented, but waited until just before bed to run the damn thing. so if you come accross this problem, one sure fix is to get rid of the kde stuff & manually put back what you need.. jaysrikrishna View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by jaysrikrishna 06-30-2008, 06:09 AM #4 reddazz LQ Guru Registered: Nov 2003 Location: So I will have to re-login and everything works fine.
So I will have to re-login and everything > works fine. > > > I hope there are solutions for this so I won't have to re-login or reboot > the i accessed the appearance options again.. David McNeill (davemc) wrote on 2008-07-22: #8 I'm seeing similar errors: Common theme: * Upgraded from Dapper 6.06 to Hardy 8.04 * VNC to problem box on local lan * xinetd i could've sat & messed with synaptic packet manager for a while & figured it out through a process of elimination but i didn't feel like it..
I noticed I had both a gnome_settings_daemon and a gnome-settings-daemon. when running hardy clean installation and also disabling sound support as not needed and XRandR as well, I get quite the same output as you guys. I closed out the programs i had open & ran sudo reboot -upon rebooting, i noticed my desktop was taking longer than usual to load up and once it did, my For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
I didn't even have to run gnome-config. I actually have a highly reproducible version on that machine. The last error message was: Did not receive a reply. E.
Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken. Changed in gnome-control-center: status: Incomplete → Confirmed fyo (fyo) wrote on 2008-02-18: #13 .xsession-errors file Edit (5.9 KiB, text/plain) > Thank you for your bug report. but first, i uninstalled emerald: sudo apt-get remove emerald sudo apt-get autoremove emerald sudo reboot this didn't resolve the issue, same lag loading the desktop, and same error when i went