Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 234722
double-clicking username selection causes a series of errors in LiveCD
Last modified: 2009-01-09 02:05:51 EST
Description of problem:
When selecting a username/icon to login as (in the case of the LiveCD this would
be "fedora"), if you double click the entry rather than single clicking it, a
series of errors occurs:
- "Language gnome-desktop does not exist; using System default"
- "No Exec line in the session file: fedora. Running the GNOME failsafe session
- "This is the failsafe GNOME session. You will be logged into the 'Default'
session of GNOME without the startup scripts being run. This should be used to
fix problems in your installation."
- the Install to Hard Disk option is gone from the desktop (presumably due to
the scripts not being run to add it there)
Single clicking logs in normally.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. double click the fedora icon in the login screen of the F7test3 LiveCD
See no errors and log in like you would had you just single clicked the username.
May be related to Bug 175254
This bug still exists in the Rawhide 20070411.2 LiveCD.
Seems to be fixed in LiveCD 7test4... or at least the login happens so quickly
that I can't get a double click in.
This bug has come back in rawhide-20070502 LiveCD.
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