faced 4 issues with F15 nighty compose 20110311.07.iso
pratyush.a.sahay at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 10:48:02 UTC 2011
On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 1:08 AM, Adam Williamson <awilliam at redhat.com>wrote:
> On Sat, 2011-03-12 at 19:31 +0530, Pratyush Sahay wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Faced 4 issues with the latest nightly compose 20110311.07.iso during
> > Live cd test:
> > 1) Clicking Automatically Log-in for the 1st time results in no
> > response.the mouse arrow changes to wait and nothing happens beyond
> > this.to log-in, everytime had to kill X- (ctrl+alt+backspace), click
> > on automatically log-in again, and then only did it respond. Rebooted
> > twice and faced same thing (failure to log-in for the 1st time)
> > again..
> Yeah, gdm's handling of auto-login appears to be buggy ATM. Actually
> gdm's just buggy in general. I'm not sure if we have a report for this
> specific bug, but I think Ray knows about it.
> > 2) The user-switch panel doesnt have options "restart" , or "shut
> > down".. refer the screenshot :
> > http://goo.gl/r9XZG
> This is intentional. If you hold down Alt, a 'Shut Down' option appears
> in place of suspend. Restart is considered unnecessary as a general
> purpose option, at present, as near as I can tell; I've been yelled at
> by the desktop team for saying this, but no-one seems to be
> re-implementing it, and when I ask what the real story is, no-one seems
> to tell me. So AIUI, it's not there, on purpose, and this is not going
> to change. If you need to reboot because you installed updates,
> PackageKit is supposed to handle that. If you want to reboot to another
> OS, I think there was talk of some kind of special case for handling
> that, but it doesn't seem like it's being implemented. Beyond that, all
> you can do at present is log out and reboot from gdm, use the 'Shut
> Down' option and power back on manually, or run 'reboot' at a console
> (which doesn't shut down quite as cleanly).
Tried it with holding Alt down.. it workd fine giving a POWER OFF option
instead of Suspend..
> > 3) Clicking on LOG-OUT in the user-switch panel in Live user mode
> > results in the error : "execution of gnome-session-quit failed :
> > command not found " at the bottom of the screen.. refer the
> > screenshot :
> > http://goo.gl/qee9k
> I think this one deserves a bug report, not sure what against, though -
> go with gnome-shell for now.
Filed the bug report:
> > 4) Since log-out isnt working, i tried Switch-user to goto gdm and
> > then clicked restart.. but, the system hangs beyond this with a 2-line
> > message regarding systemd.
> What's the message?
The message says :
starting systemd syslog kernel log Buffer Bridge
I tried doing a Ctrl+Alt+Del at this point, it results in further few lines
starting Logging Daemon
after a 8-10 sec delay after pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del, the reboot screen with
the fedora bubble got invoked..
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