|Subject:||Re: Weird GNOME behaviour in Dapper and Edgy|
|From:||"Juan Carlos Becerra Irene"|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Dec 2006 13:29:01 -0600|
That's new for me, I actually never had the idea to check if the apps
Running ps aux from the terminal will show you a list of the processes running.
I have never waited long enough to see if the applications finally open (as you described in your first post), what I usually do is using kill as an act of desperation. (kill <processid> after running ps aux)
But you have to make sure to have an open terminal before the weird behavior happens, because last time I got it I wasn't able to open it either.
Another thing I noticed was that when having the problem, I plugged a usb flash memory and when it recognized it, a Nautilus window opened (as expected if not having the problem), after that I was able to open more Nautilus windows using the File-> New Window menu, but only that worked, if I clicked on the Home icon or any other, everything was the same (No windows open).
And to wether disabling DHCP (using a static adress) works: No, it
And the problem did only happen to me once in the last 10 days, so I
Maybe I will have to live with that too. If I find something I'll tell you for sure.
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