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Re: gnome-panel hang

On Fri, 2007-04-20 at 02:01 +0300, Sertaç Ö. Yıldız wrote:
> [19.Nis.07 12:58 -0400] Andy Baumhauer:
> > During the updates on 4/18/07, when I logged back into Gnome, the 
> > gnome-panel hangs.  The "Updates" balloon appears at the top far left, 
> > instead of on the updater icon on the top right.  I had added hwsensors on 
> > the top toolbar, and these weren't appearing (using acpi and lmsensors).  
> > The toolbar was completely unresponsive.  Icons on the desktop would open, 
> > but many programs would hang on start (gnome-terminal) and a blank popup 
> > would appear.
> Almost the same happens here, too. And occasionally it’s more like 
> a session hang. Sometimes right clicking on desktop responds, sometimes 
> not.
> > I was unable to confirm which applet was hanging the panel.  I ended 
> > up fixing the problem my removing .gnome, .gnome2, and .gconf 
> > (probably overkill).
> I suspect this is about system sounds. Killing esd ‘unhangs’ gnome here.  
> Maybe by removing .gconf you just unset /desktop/gnome/sound/enable_esd?

I've seen the exact same thing too.  A quick 'killall esd' fixes things,
but I guess it shouldn't be happening in the first place.

Anyone make a suggestion on where to start debugging this.  Would a
hardware profile be a good start, or do we need a backtrace of esd (and
how do we get this), or is esd just an innocent bystander.

I'm willing to try and debug, but not sure were to start.

"It's a fine line between denial and faith.
 It's much better on my side"

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