Description of problem:
warnings listed in /var/log/messages
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
happens by itself, not sure of the event that leads to the messages
Steps to Reproduce:
1. # grep console-kit-daemon /var/log/messages
Apr 24 22:58:32 davidtnotebook console-kit-daemon: WARNING: Couldn't read
/proc/2354/environ: Error reading file '/proc/2354/environ': No such process
Apr 25 13:31:25 davidtnotebook console-kit-daemon: WARNING: Couldn't read
/proc/7803/environ: Error reading file '/proc/7803/environ': No such process
Apr 25 13:59:09 davidtnotebook console-kit-daemon: WARNING: Couldn't read
/proc/9011/environ: Error reading file '/proc/9011/environ': No such process
Apr 25 21:24:59 davidtnotebook console-kit-daemon: WARNING: Couldn't read
/proc/27756/environ: Error reading file '/proc/27756/environ': No such process
I previously reopened bug 229006 since it had suggestions of identical messages,
but was requested to open a new bug. This bug is very similar also to bug 230937.
ps. these are littered throughout my messages* files, if more logs could be
useful, please request it.
Created attachment 303776 [details]
/var/log/messages for error message context
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Just came across this entry. I am having a issue kinda similar with console kit
I suppose. When I fresh install fedora 9 and boot the computer off it and
inside of gnome click on the Computer icon , I can see all other ntfs , fat
partitions. When I double click on any one of them it asks me the root password
for the first time and I don't check on the check box which says just for this
session. After I do that I don't see a new window popping up showing the
directory structure of inside that partition. In F8 it used to work out of the
Then I saw /var/log/messages and I found a similar message as posted above ,
which I will soon be pasting here too , as I am away from my computer for few
hours. But it definitely has to do something with console kit. Is it something
like permissions or configuration files of console kit which I need to modify
to get the thing working?
I'm seeing this error as well. Can often be manually triggered by yum installing
something then checking /var/log/messages a few seconds later. (A GUI popup
shows (in KDE) as well: "An internal system error has occurred")
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