On Fri, 17 Feb 2006 12:24:40 +0000, Thomas Leonard wrote:
> On 2/17/06, Mike Hobbs <mike.hobbs@...> wrote:
>> I just made the fatal mistake of letting ROX Session update
>> itself. Now I cannot use it at all. The error is:
>> AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'SessionBus'
>> and if I select OK it simply throws me back to the logon screen.
>> Now I've got to use KDE to do anything.
>> How do I overcome this problem?
> - Log in (using KDE, failsafe or whatever).
> - Run ROX-Filer ('rox') and right click on ROX-Session.
> - Choose 'Versions...' from the menu.
> - Double-click on ROX-Session; you'll be shown a list of versions.
> - Click on 'testing' in the stability column for the version that
> doesn't work (should be at the top of the list). Change it to 'buggy'.
> The previous version should now be at the top of the list.
> Which version of D-BUS are you using? We're trying to support as many
> versions as possiblem, but it's not easy! However, ROX-Session
> probably shouldn't refuse to run the rest of the desktop just because
> D-BUS doesn't work.
> Dr Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
> GPG: 9242 9807 C985 3C07 44A6 8B9A AE07 8280 59A5 3CC1
I have exactly the same problem on Fedora core 4 with these packages
installed and trying to run ROX-Session 0.27:
I therefore run rox without any session management