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Reply sent to Yves-Alexis Perez : You have taken responsibility. (Sun, 22 Mar 2015 15:27:05 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. What is the "crystal ball" in the meteorological station? Adv Reply January 23rd, 2012 #5 VTPoet View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Grande Half-n-Half Cinnamon Ubuntu Join Date Dec 2009 Location Vermont Beans 913 DistroUbuntu Re: Missing window Changed in xfce4-power-manager (Ubuntu): importance: Undecided → Medium status: New → Incomplete Bazon (bazonbloch) wrote on 2012-04-06: #3 Sorry, for the moment, I can't reproduce, next time I started the session, http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/failed-to-initialize-session.html

After doing this, I rebooted. Merged 755551 762163 Request was from Yves-Alexis Perez to [email protected] (Sun, 21 Sep 2014 21:09:22 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. Ss 0:00 xfce4-power-manager 2577 ? Subscribing... my response

Failed To Connect To The Session Manager: Session_manager Environment Variable Not Defined

awol (awol99) wrote on 2012-09-22: Re: [Bug 973778] Re: Unable to connect to Xfce Power Manager #26 Saeed, this issue is difficult because it is intermittent - which means it happens Bazon (bazonbloch) wrote on 2012-08-13: #15 Maybe I should add, my installation was also regular Ubuntu with adding xubuntu-desktop package later. But I *can* get to the application settings via right-click on the applet > preferences.

seems like a plausible idea (some stuff replaced by xxx and yyy): [Session: Default] Client0_ClientId=xxxx Client0_Hostname=local/joshua Client0_CloneCommand=xfwm4,--display,:0.0 Client0_DiscardCommand=rm,-rf,/home/yyy/.cache/sessions/xfwm4-xxx.state Client0_RestartCommand=xfwm4,--display,:0.0,--sm-client-id,xxxx Client0_CurrentDirectory=/home/yyy Client0_Program=xfwm4 Client0_UserId=yyy Client0_Priority=15 Client0_RestartStyleHint=2 Client1_ClientId=zzzz Client1_Hostname=local/joshua Client1_CloneCommand=Thunar [...] Note the CloneCommand Everything else I tested works (FN keys, lid triggers, notifications), but due to the missing tray icon, I cannot get to the context menu or see the current status of my Last and final round... What is the best way to attach backing on a quilt with irregular pattern?

As window manager I use awesome and chose xfce4-power-manager for indicating battery status and handling the other power related configurations, which worked very well on my previous Linux Mint 13 (Maya, Ubuntu Session_manager Environment Variable Not Defined The symptoms remain the same and without power options I cannot hibernate either. Here there seems to be a directory for each software I've used in X in the last few months. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1874423 Clicking on the button OK keeps me in a perpetual loop where the dialog box never closes.

Maybe one of the components was not started properly? Useless, you can do the same with a shell. In ~/.cache/sessions, aka $XDG_CACHE_HOME/sessions, referenced earlier, I see a list of files: Thunar-xxxx-33af-41b8-80c9-xxxx xfce4-session-joshua:0 xfce4-session-joshua:0.bak xfwm4-xxxx-1ecf-41cf-8d02-yyyyy xfwm4-xxxx-1ecf-41cf-8d02-xxxxx.state let's look at xfce4-session-joshua:0 to start with, cat xfce4-session-joshua:0. Could there be a link between the --no-daemon and --disable-server options?

  • Thanks a lot!!!
  • No dice this time.
  • On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 3:06 AM, Saeed Zarinfam
  • and /home/user in his own desktop?
  • Oddly the above error is only found on XFCE based desktops and does not affect the other DM's.

Ubuntu Session_manager Environment Variable Not Defined

Opening those files confirms that they are likely the same settings, stored in .xml. [...] ./xfce4/panel/launcher-12533521212.rc ./xfce4/panel/systray-4.rc ./xfce4/panel/tasklist-12533520341.rc ./xfce4/panel/launcher-9 ./xfce4/panel/launcher-9/13094492190.desktop [...] this looks an awful lot like what I have in Removing indicator-power might be an option for some but it's a kludgy workaround as it probably deprives users running gnome or unity from seeing battery status :-/. * After doing like Failed To Connect To The Session Manager: Session_manager Environment Variable Not Defined I bet nobody ever changes his home directory, or has different NFS mount points on different machines (right, who would use /home/u/user, for example, on a crowded server? Let's try: $ unset SESSION_MANAGER $ export XFSM_VERBOSE=foo $ xfce4-session xfce4-session: Another session manager is already running Argh, there is another check further down in the code: if (DBUS_REQUEST_NAME_REPLY_PRIMARY_OWNER != ret)

Turns out it's this bug and the Xubuntu devs still haven't fixed. http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/x2go-client-failed-to-load-session.html Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using Email and Password Post as a guest Name Summary: very chaotic unstable behavior...unusable almost. - There is a major issue with the stability and performance of the Power Manager where the power manager plugin panel is very slow to Join Date Feb 2008 Location Denmark Beans 332 DistroUbuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Re: Missing window manager controls and session manager error.

Thanks! Already have an account? Fen Labalme (fen-openprivacy) wrote on 2012-10-20: #28 After upgrading from xubuntu 12.04 x64 (with the xfce 4,10 PPA) to 12.10 the power manager no longer works for me (e.g., no suspend this contact form Given I can't just run xfce4-session from my shell easily, let's try to exit the graphical interface, and run strace -f startxfce4 2>/tmp/log.

Hopefully this is helpful, but this is just my experience. In Xfce Bugzilla #8809, Davidw-t (davidw-t) wrote on 2013-10-30: #56 I just started seeing this problem after having upgraded from Ubuntu 13.04 to Ubuntu 13.10. See link: http://joesteiger.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/ugreeter-1.png Symptoms of "xfce4-power-manager" running with Unity Greeter first: - power manager fails to load. - plugin takes forever to load. - "cannot connect to XFCE4-power-manager" error. - Power

Information forwarded to [email protected], Debian Xfce Maintainers : Bug#755551; Package xfce4-power-manager. (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 08:51:04 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available.

The lock / login sounds like a possible culprit, as that's something that has changed from 13.04 to 13.10, and I'm also encountering some problems suspending the machine. Since then, I hadn't this bugs problem anymore. (I hope it will stay like this...) Yogesh (yogesh2k20) wrote on 2013-01-30: #36 I had simillar issue that there was 2 xfce4 power Manager, greeter ??? Having LightDM as DM, but don't experience your problems.

I think I have identified the conflict area. vBulletin 2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Edit Remove 168 This bug affects 35 people Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone Light Display Manager Edit New Undecided Unassigned Edit xfce4-power-manager Edit Confirmed Critical xfce-bugs #8809 xfce4-power-manager (Ubuntu) Edit navigate here Sl 0:00 /usr/lib/upower/upowerd 1926 ?

But it's a Zombie that can't be killed: [email protected]:~# ps ax | grep power 1402 ? I am not interested in Thunar.*, so let's look at the xfwm4 files: $ cat xfwm4-2d1adf3c0-1ecf-41cf-8d02-0f70f2f2f5eb [CLIENT] 0x2400004 [CLIENT_ID] 2c734204f-71b3-4e34-916d-a3367d9c329f [CLIENT_LEADER] 0x2400001 [WINDOW_ROLE] gnome-terminal-window-3521-307132299-1301003369 [RES_NAME] gnome-terminal [RES_CLASS] Gnome-terminal [WM_NAME] [email protected]: /var/log After serveral days I suddenly find my xfce4-power-manager can not running again. So let's poke at the $XDG_CACHE_HOME, and $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. $XDG_CACHE_HOME seems just a collection of cached files, ranging from chrome to duplicity, and well, xfce.