When running konqueror from inside a GNOME session I get warning dialogs about 'did not respond to saveyourself'. Clicking on 'Remove program' makes them go away, and doesn't stop konqueror or anything.
(Why I'm doing this: I like GNOME's ability to launch applications from key combinations [can't KDE do this??], but konqueror is a lot faster than mozilla right now.)
hp, problem with conflicting session management?
The error means what it says - Konqueror connects to the session manager, then
gets a SaveYourself message from the session manager and doesn't respond.
Konqueror bug. It should either not connect to the SM or respond to requests to
Bug (and feature request about keyboard shortcuts) forwarded to
From a quick look at the code, Konqueror *does* respond to SaveYourself, but
apparently in a different way from what GNOME expects.
I think this may have been fixed by a recent gnome-core changes. I'll update
when I retest.
Any news on this?
Sorry, no. Feel free to close it.