upgrading xfce4 fails

Garrett Cooper youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Sun Jan 28 01:36:14 UTC 2007

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Markus Hoenicka wrote:
> Now that I managed to get it up and running, I fully agree with both
> of you :-)

As expected :).

> There's one thing broken though: After the upgrade, panel plugins fail
> to display correct values. The battery monitor claims the battery of
> my laptop is at 0%. The network monitor plugin also sees the traffic
> at 0 kbyte/s no matter what I do. The volume plugin displays a value
> according to where I click in the plugin, but this does not translate
> to a higher or lower volume. Inversely, if I set the volume using
> xfce4-mixer, the value is not correctly displayed by the plugin. Did
> you notice similar problems? Did I miss to upgrade a package that all
> plugins rely on?

I don't use the network monitor or the battery monitor, but I do use the
mixer plugin. Do you have the mcs-manager properly compiled and the
right version in use? Plus, do you have the right source selected
(volume, master, pcm, etc)?

- -Garrett

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