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Re: problem with gpbs
Re: problem with gpbs
Tue, 23 Jul 2002 09:22:56 +0200
rereading my mail from tonight the startup sequence seems to be not too clear.
Must have been very sleepy :-)
At the moment I start all three servers in the order gdomap - gdnc - gpbs right
after the display manager (wdm). On the boot screen I can see the output from
the various scripts, and see at least the beginning of my gnustep start script
appearing _before_ switching to graphics mode. Could it be that gpbs is up and
running way before X comes up, and that gpbs depends strongly on X? This might
explain the behaviour.
On Tue, 23 Jul 2002 00:28:53 +0200
"AndreasHeppel" <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Nicola and all the others,
> I installed version 0.7.8 of gui and back and my system is still working :-)
> Unfortunately, it did not solve the gpbs problem. Thus, I started to dig
> around and here
> is what I found out so far.
> It seems that gpbs crashes during the pasteboard operation. The (remote)
> client then hangs in the RPC and is stuck. This happens if and only if I
> start gpbs
> during boot time (FYI, I use a suse 7.3 distro and hacked gnustep into suse's
> set of start/stop scripts.). If I do it manually from a command line
> everything is fine.
> Also, if I don't start it at all and let the client application do the work
> everything goes fine.
> I tested the thing using GNUMail.app (1.0.2). I open the preferences panel
> and highlight the user name using the mouse. That's all I need to reproduce
> behaviour. A couple of NSLog brought me finally near the place. It is
> somewhere in 'declareTypes' in the NSPasteboardObject class of gpbs. I am
> positive that the call goes out from NSPasteboard and reaches gpbs. Somewhere
> in there gpbs crashes.
> The last idea I had was that it might have to do with X. In particular the
> starting order seems to be important. If I start gpbs after X is up and
> running I am fine. If I
> do it during start up of the system (somewhere near the start of X) it goes
> wrong. How far and how tight are X and gpbs connected? is it possible that
> some data
> structures are not initialised properly if gpbs is started to soon after X?
> At the moment I am too tired to dig deeper into the thing. The other problem
> is that if start gpbs the erroneous way I have no tty attached to gpbs where
> I could
> NSLog what is going on. Where do the logs go in this case? Or any other idea
> how to debug this?
> >Thanks for your time.
> Thanks for yours :-)
> Have a good night. I will.
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