Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 465149
F10 tomboy-panel crashes
Last modified: 2009-12-18 01:28:27 EST
Created attachment 319161 [details]
output from running tomboy-panel in terminal
After upgrading to F10b, tomboy crashes at startup. Some digging reveals that tomboy works but tomboy-panel crashes. I've included the output in an attachment.
I see exactly the same thing. Running tomboy manually works fine.
It's trying to dlopen "libpanel-applet-2.so" (as opposed to, say, libpanel-applet-2.so.0.2.45), so it fails and crashes if you don't have gnome-panel-devel installed.
I don't remember why this happens/how to fix it.
I think the problem is that libpanel-applet-2 is missing from
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
Changing version to '10'.
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Created attachment 328490 [details]
debug output of tomboy
I’m using Fedora 10 with all updates. Tomboy-Panel crashes when I start it. But I receive different errors than mentioned above. A file seems missing:
Unhandled Exception: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'Mono.Addins
(see attached file)
After installing the package mono-addins.x86_64 I was able to start Tomboy without any error.
So I think mono.addins should be a dependency of tomboy.
Can you please fix this and then finally please close this bug? Would be nice.
mono-addins is a dependency
unfortunately, f-spot is listed as providing the dependency
See bug 442373
It was closed, and if I could figure out how to repoen it I would...
# yum install tomboy
pulls in f-spot (which it should not)
and does not pull in mono-addins (which it should)
# yum install mono-addins
makes tomboy run properly again
I'm seeing the same thing on a Freshly installed F-10 system. "rpm -q --provides f-spot | grep Mono.Addins":
[root@pc21224 ~]# rpm -q --provides f-spot | grep Mono.Addins
mono(Mono.Addins) = 0.3.0.0
mono(Mono.Addins.Gui) = 0.3.0.0
mono(Mono.Addins.Setup) = 0.3.0.0
My problems with tomboy were solved (eventually) with a "yum install mono-addins".
However, I found the package "tasque", which I installed because I could no longer use tomboy, conflicts with mono-addins/tomboy. I could not get tomboy to start until I did a "yum erase tasque".
*** Bug 480958 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I can confirm this. Tomboy indeed does not install mono-addins, hence fails to start.
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=492200 is a dupe of this btw. And perhaps changing the title makes sense.
I can confirm this and the sollution to install mono-addins too. What is the status? It shouldn't be that hard to update the RPM dependencies for this package...
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