(minor) issues after upgrading to 2.20
mezz7 at cox.net
Wed Oct 3 19:39:10 PDT 2007
On Wed, 03 Oct 2007 20:43:05 -0500, Brian Gruber <knightbg at yahoo.com>
> after i upgraded to 2.20, i hit a few small snags
> which i thought i should report...
Good, we need more reports for 2.20.
> * i had been using a gdm theme which i'd installed
> myself (not from ports), so it did not get moved from
> share/gnome/gdm/themes to share/gdm/themes, causing
> gdm to complain it couldn't find the theme.
All we can do are to add messages in the /usr/ports/UPDATING and praying
for any users that will reading it.. :-)
> * my monitor isn't being put to sleep
See below at the last comments.
> * i (stupidly) tried running the upgrade in a
> gnome-terminal while logged into gnome, giving me a
> corrupted gconf saved_state, leading to an inability
> to login at all after the upgrade was completed.
I have no idea.
> * tomboy doesn't seem to be updated, as the
> official gnome release notes suggest. i guess that's
> cause bsd# maintains the port?
I guess so, it looks like not there is no one in GNOME team that have any
interest to poke around with it.
> * x11-themes/gnome-themes-extras should now depend
> on x11-themes/icon-naming-utils
Yep, committed it and thanks!
> i think that's it. if anyone has a clue on how to get
> my monitor to automatically turn off, that would be
I don't know much about monitor features in GNOME, but just wondering if
you have gnome_enable="YES" in your /etc/rc.conf? To make sure you have
everything run. Is there any error in the ~/.xsession-errors (if you use
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