On Wed, 21 Sep 2011 21:06:30 +0700, Sthu Deus wrote:
> Thank You for Your time and answer, Camaleón:
>>>>Does logout and shutdown work from command line?
>>> Ah... Do You mean from ttyN under root? - For I do not know how to log
>>> out from KDE from x-terminal.
>>Okay, you can run these two tests:
>>1/ Try to shutdown as usual by running "shutdown -h now" from konsole
> Now I got it. Yes, it works.
Good. That means KDE is somehow preventing itself to be properly
shutdown. Maybe a proccess in the background making noise? :-?
>>2/ And then you can try to logout by running "killall kdeinit" or simply
>>"kdekillall" (recheck these commands, maybe your version of KDE also
>>allows another method to get the job done by means of "dcop
>>something-to- logout") :-)
> OK. For the "new" user there is no "kdekillall", whereas "killall
> kdeinit" says there is no such a process. What I do for now is killing
> all the user process that includes all the KDE-related stuff.
Okay, then try with the "old" method: go to a tty (ctrl+alt+f1), log in
as root and fall into "init 1", that will close your current X session.
Then "su -" as your user, and run "startx". Once in, try to logout as
usual, from the K menu.
>>> Just nothing happens - the dialog window vanishes away and that's it -
>>> I can still use the session. It is the same for both. No any on-screen
>>> messages for both options.
> It is the risen why we are discussing it here.
I meant, it looks like KDE doesn't "notice" the signal to run the
commands when you press the corresponding buttons from the menu as I
would have expected a warning or error to be printed on the screen
advising the user that something went wrong.
>>> Here is the content of error file since a new user has started the
>>> very first KDE session:
>>Thanks for the log... True is that I can't see a line related to the
>>shutdown/logout error but it's plenty of the other Akonadi/Nepomuk
>>warnings you also told us.
> Me too, but I have brought it in case You may find something else
> leading to my problem, or some other stuff can fixed and that
> occasionaly will fix/install the missing package if any.
IIRC, this error was not present for the new user, right?
That may mean that you have to reset/resit your current kde user profile,
but for the kde desktop I dunno what folder to rename, hum... maybe some
KDE user of the list can give you some hints on this :-?
To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST@lists.debian.org
with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact email@example.com