[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#892290: Bug#892290: light-locker: at unlock, crash with: arguments to dbus_message_new_method_call() were incorrect
corsac at debian.org
Sat Mar 10 14:26:10 UTC 2018
On Sat, 2018-03-10 at 10:20 +0100, Stuart Pook wrote:
> On 10/03/18 10:10, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> > In any case, I really can't reproduce here, and you still didn't indicate
> > what
> > you changed to make it crash reliably, so I'm afraid I can't help.
> light-locker crashes at unlock every time I run it from the command line.
And did it work before or is it the first time you tried?
> What happens when you run light-locker from the command line?
It works just fine:
light-locker --lock-after-screensaver=3600 --debug
[gs_debug_init] gs-debug.c:106 (15:24:33): Debugging enabled
[main] light-locker.c:142 (15:24:33): initializing light-locker 1.8.0
[main] light-locker.c:164 (15:24:33): Platform:
[main] light-locker.c:196 (15:24:33): Features:
settings backend: GSETTINGS
[main] light-locker.c:198 (15:24:33): lock after screensaver 3600
[main] light-locker.c:199 (15:24:33): late locking 0
[main] light-locker.c:200 (15:24:33): lock on suspend 1
[main] light-locker.c:201 (15:24:33): lock on lid 0
[main] light-locker.c:202 (15:24:33): idle hint 1
[init_session_id] gs-listener-dbus.c:2193 (15:24:33): Got session-id: /org/freedesktop/login1/session/_32
[init_session_id] gs-listener-dbus.c:2198 (15:24:33): Got sd-session-id: 2
[init_seat_path] gs-listener-dbus.c:2279 (15:24:33): Got seat: /org/freedesktop/DisplayManager/Seat0
[gs_listener_delay_suspend] gs-listener-dbus.c:449 (15:24:33): Delay suspend
[gs_listener_x11_acquire] gs-listener-x11.c:172 (15:24:33): ScreenSaver Registered
[listener_dbus_handle_system_message] gs-listener-dbus.c:1343 (15:24:33): obj_path=/org/freedesktop/DBus interface=org.freedesktop.DBus method=NameAcquired destination=:1.75
> I agree that it should not normally be run from the command line. I wanted
> to run lightlocker with different options and the running it from the
> command line was faster than logging on and off.
You can also edit the configuration (using dconf-editor for example) and I
think it should refresh it dynamically.
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