Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 483372
After F9->F10 upgrade, sealertauto.desktop triggers error message in logs
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:45:29 EST
Description of problem:
After upgrading from F9 to F10, I noticed the following error message in my logs (/var/log/messages):
Jan 30 12:58:54 senfl gnome-session: EggSMClient-WARNING: Desktop file '/h
ome/daw/.config/autostart/sealertauto.desktop' has malformed Icon key 'setrouble
shoot_icon.png'(should not include extension)
It appears that the problem is that my ~/.config/autostart/sealertauto.desktop contained the following line:
Changing this to
made the error disappear.
Should the F9 -> F10 upgrade scripts have made this edit automatically? Should gnome-session do this automatically?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I don't see this as something to be solved by the desktop apps, Should our global desktop files not include the .png ? And I don't see how we can clean this up. I think gnome-session should not complain about desktop files in home directories.
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