Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 82100
Nautilus sleeps until you kill it. Then works after. (logout, log out)
Last modified: 2015-01-07 19:02:57 EST
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Description of problem:
Gnome works and I can start a number of things under gnome, but I cannot log out
or start any item from openoffice. When I try starting or opening these things
then it just comes back with what looks like it didn't start anything. However
if I look do a 'ps axf' then I see that it did start, but is wait there for
what looks like forever. Now if I kill nautilus then I can logout or run
openoffice apps without a problem. By the way when I kill nautilus process, it
look like this:
nautilus --no-default-window --sm-client-id default3
After nautilus is killed then it starts up again automatically an runs it again,
only it looks like this:
nautilus --sm-client-id 1117f000001000104281477400000015160002 --screen 0
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.I install a base rh 8.0
2.Then I upgrade to 8.0.92 (8.1 beta)
3.Then sign on to the gnome desktop
Do you get any output in .xsession-errors?
The only error in .xsession-errors is about FAMError. It seems like everone
else has this same problem. However no one has associated it with nautilus
which is called by (libgnome, libgnomeui). So somewhere in nautilus or the
libgnome is lays the problem. I personally think it is in libgnome somewhere.
Because when I kill nautilus it starts again in a different manner, which
Do you still see this in FC3test3?
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Closing as CANTFIX.