Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 151343
Menu freezes, produces no window trying to set up printing
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:01 EST
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Description of problem:
When I use the menu Desktop > System Settings > Printing, no window opens and the menus freeze. The only way I could continue was to reboot. Trying to restart X with Ctrl-Alt-Bksp exited X, but then it presented me with a black screen on which I could move the mouse cursor, and a Carriage Return would move the text cursor down the page, but no other action was possible. I logged into an alternate text terminal to reboot.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Use menu Desktop > System Settings > Printing to set up printing1.
Isn't the above cute - I could not move the cursor past the 1. to start the line.
Actual Results: No window appeared.
No further menues could be selected.
I tried to restart X; it exited, but would not start
Expected Results: A dialog window for system-config-printer should have opened. Command Line execution of system-config-printer does open the dialog.
System is FC4T1 with all installable updates applied. Some gnome related updates are not installable right now due to dependencies that can't be met.
Not related to gnome-menus, and certainly fixed in current rawhide.