|Subject:||Re: Problems with Xorg|
|Date:||Tue, 10 Aug 2021 16:43:40 +0200|
A little recording with the bug. It has a little default, in which the screen is cut, but is enough to see the errorEl mar, 10 ago 2021 a las 16:16, Almudena Garcia (<email@example.com>) escribió:typing error:IN MATE DE, open "caja"El mar, 10 ago 2021 a las 16:16, Almudena Garcia (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) escribió:In MATE DE, open "pluma"3. Open file explorerstartxecho "start mate-session" >> ~/.xinitrc2. Boot MATEapt install mate-desktop-enviromentIt's pretty simple.1. Install mateEl mar, 10 ago 2021 a las 16:02, Sergey Bugaev (<email@example.com>) escribió:On Tue, Aug 10, 2021 at 4:42 PM Almudena Garcia
> > Since then things have regressed. At one point Xorg was failing to
> > find any displays at all, lately it's been starting just fine and
> > displaying simple windows properly, but it's unable to take any input
> > from my mouse and keyboard, so it's still not usable.
> This is not the point here. I am able to run MATE properly in Debian GNU/Hurd, and it works with the mouse and keyboard without problems. Even I can play a video in VLC.
> I repeated the test in real hardware, and it works without lags.
> But currently there are a "little" bug which avoid to access to filesystem from files explorer, both in Xfce than MATE.
> It seems a coding error, because the error refers to a type problem (check attached image).
> This is the only bug (that i know) which currently avoid full functionality in MATE, and this is the reason because I advice to fix it.
> Could you check it?
I cannot check it because I cannot reproduce it — as I said, I don't
get to the stage where I could attempt to open a file explorer. It
also sounds quite likely to only be reproducible on your machine, not
You should debug or rpctrace it to see what it actually tries to do
and how exactly it fails.
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