Description of problem:
Looks like lots of packages are missing gconf schemas in the current rawhide build.
(yelp:4623): Yelp-WARNING **: An error occurred getting the gconf value
This is what prompted me to look in gconf-editor and that says "This key does
not have a schema" for a lot of different apps:
deskbar-applet, epiphany, f-spot, gcalctool, gconf-editor, gnome-media,
gnopernicus, gok, gossip, nautilus, nautilus, planner, sound-juicer, tomboy and yelp
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Just to be sure, this is with version GConf2-2.13.5-3.2 ?
actually this might be a result of bug 173869. It looks like gconftool-2 was
temporarily messed up on the 2nd of February. Anything that got installed
during that time and not updated since then would be screwed up.
I've manually unapplied a few packages schemas and done a few package upgrades.
I can't reproduce. I'm going to do a full yum update tonight.
I noticed this by chance really, so it could just be random breakage from
earlier of course. I did a yum update on friday IIRC, and then again yesterday.
Seems to me that some of the packages *have* had updates later than 2nd of
february though. Tomboy is one of those at least.
Todays update gave me:
Updating : gnome-applets ##################### [ 17/133]
/var/tmp/rpm-tmp.85731: line 10: 5429 Segmentation fault gconftool-2
--makefile-install-rule /etc/gconf/schemas/$S >/dev/null
We should verify that the schema update actually works now without restarting gconfd
Ok, worked fine in testing here.