End of F8 install -- frustratation !
craigwhite at azapple.com
Mon Dec 17 14:46:43 UTC 2007
On Mon, 2007-12-17 at 08:24 -0500, William Case wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-12-17 at 01:11 -0800, Tod Merley wrote:
> > On Dec 16, 2007 7:11 PM, William Case <billlinux at rogers.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > 1) When I first login I get a dialogue that doesn't let me proceed until
> > > I put in a password that I just made up on the spot.
> > > "Enter password for default keyring to unlock" What keyring -- its new
> > > to me. The rest of the message is:
> > > "The application 'evolution' (/usr/bin/evolution) wants access to the
> > > default keyring, but it is locked". I betja it wants access. What
> > > keyring and how do I unlock it.
easy enough to delete your keyrings...
> > #2. My guess is that you are on the right track.
> Not much point setting one without first fixing the other.
> I did come up with this error last night.
> ~]$ system-config-firewall
> (system-config-firewall.py:9848): libglade-WARNING **: Error loading
> image: Failed to open file
> '/usr/share/system-config-firewall/system-config-firewall_48.png': No
> such file or directory
> (system-config-firewall.py:9848): libglade-WARNING **: could not convert
> string to type `GdkPixbuf' for property `logo'
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/share/system-config-firewall/system-config-firewall.py",
> line 41, in <module>
> File "/usr/share/system-config-firewall/fw_gui.py", line 1223, in run
> File "/usr/share/system-config-firewall/fw_gui.py", line 79, in
> self.icon = icon_theme.load_icon("%s_48" % APP_NAME, 48, 0)
> gobject.GError: Icon 'system-config-firewall_48' not present in theme
> Maybe its related.
> P.S. Could this be a ndiswrapper thing (or whatever). I have noticed a
> lot of discussion on the list re: wireless, although I am not.
I note that the 'prompt' to your command system-config-firewall was '$'
and not a '#' where the '$' indicates that it is a 'user' where the '#'
would indicate superuser or what we know as root. I don't think
'system-config-firewall' can be run as a 'user' but if it invokes the
GUI, it may ask you to authenticate as root...perhaps you want to 'su -'
to root before invoking the command 'system-config-firewall' and see if
there's a difference.
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