Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 858721
Sad face on Samsung 700T tablet
Last modified: 2014-02-05 07:13:32 EST
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
every time i boot
Steps to Reproduce:
I get the "Oh No! Something has gone wrong" message twice, then I get the login. After login as live user I get the message again, but can still navigate the desktop. Applications seem to start at a lower layer than the Oh no message, so they are not visible. At some point the Oh No will raise above the menu bar, and it's game over
I cannot get USB keyboard to work in F18 on this tablet, so debugging more than this will be rather hard... I will report the lack of USB keyboard as well.
Also, I seem to get a lot of squashfs read errors, so this gnome problem could be the result of further USB bugs (apps intermittently crashing because of problems reading the compressed file system)
Bug 877153 might be related or the same issue.
i don't have the tablet anymore, so i cannot check if this issue has gone away. Perhaps the case should be closed?
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