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Re: Rhythmbox



2008/1/8, Andrew Farris <lordmorgul gmail com>:
> Antonio M wrote:
> > 2008/1/7, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram fedoraproject org>:
> >> Antonio M wrote:
> >>> I have found from the crash report that it looks for service
> >>> yum-updatesd (and if not running it crashes).
> >>> Is it true??
> >> That isn't likely. Where is the crash report?
> >>
> >> Rahul
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> > I apologize, but it seems that I forgot to save it- too late, here..I
> > suppose time to go to bed :-)
>
> Unless you had deliberately stopped updatesd I would suspect something had
> caused it to fail starting which also was effecting rhythmbox (i.e. ___ caused
> both updatesd and rhythmbox problems).
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Andrew

my question is why Rhythmbox should need to have updatesd running.
I use to disable updatesd, so the user is not annoyed by popup
windows, only the administrator should see any availability of
updates...my two cents



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Antonio Montagnani
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