Bug Fixes Catfish (1547807) Need to click in empty space for right click options to work (1523164) Double quadruple clicking folder results behaviour (1514018) Catfish calculates end date in custom range xfce4-power-manager --restart --sm-client-id 2e8860bf1-e99f-47a9-9f8a-35e5fa4c66c8 Dimitri Bakalow (dimitri-bakalow) wrote on 2014-05-24: #49 There's more to it - commands with --quit and --restart options won't do anything ~$ ps -ef | grep power-manager When I try to access the Xubuntu-Power-Manager through Xubuntu Settings / Settings Manager first nothing happen, then ill become an error message: "xfce4-power-manager-settings-CRITICAL **: Unable to get configuration information from xfce I used this command "xfce4-power-manager-settings" after typing in my root password, which resulted to:"(xfce4-power-manager-settings:20642): xfce4-power-manager-settings-ERROR **: Did not receive a reply. Source
Ss 0:00 xfce4-power-manager 2189 ? Tried these commands with firewall enabled and disabled.Any help, please? Some appear in specific circumstances Common known issues can be found on the Ubuntu Release Notes.
Install a further required dependency library:apt-get install libupower-glib-dev5. Tried another reboot and power-manager is working and suspend when lid closed is, too. And more... Output the sign "newfangled", "fandangle" and "fandango" Theorems demoted back to conjectures What is the purpose of the AT-ACT?
It happened right after I installed the xubuntu-desktop package, I logged out of Gnome and into XFCE, and I got the message. The error message noted in #8 is sent to .xsession-errors. The link to the Xfce bugzilla-tracked bug also has little information or resolution. Additional information: * When trying operations requested on comment #2, observed same behavior as comment #12 * Regarding power button, it does nothing when pressed, as reported on #6 and #8.
tobydeemer (tobydeemer) wrote on 2012-09-02: #22 In reply to Ryan Daly #20, ubuntu-desktop is only a meta-package. DistroXubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Re: Xfce Power Manager This fix, although still valid, was necessary for earlier versions of Xfce. Lubuntu 14.04 on Eee PC 1015PEM: --- BEGIN [email protected]:~$ xfce4-power-manager --quit [email protected]:~$ xfce4-power-manager --no-daemon (xfce4-power-manager:4968): xfce4-power-manager-WARNING **: Unable to connect to session managet : Impossibile connettersi al gestore della sessione: SESSION_MANAGER that is settings made under Unity - there are no settings under Xubuntu.
The solution from this link helped http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2036759 Paul Garlick (pgarlick) wrote on 2013-03-04: #37 In 12.10 I have found the problem persists after removing indicator-power and gnome-power-manager. https://forum.xfce.org/viewtopic.php?id=9149 Extract the "panel.h" file from this archive and copy it to /usr/include/lxpanel.3. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. But when I tried to configure, the script told me some libraries were missing, even though they are installed: *** The required package libxfconf-0 was not found on your system. ***
After doing this, I rebooted. this contact form muCkk Adv Reply August 2nd, 2012 #2 Toz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Staff Emeritus Join Date Jun 2005 Location Toronto, Canada BeansHidden! But rare enough that the reboot seemed like a good thing to do anyway (even if a hassle with 25 windows and 50 browser tabs spread across 4 workspaces)... Thanks. « Last Edit: September 03, 2014, 12:22:53 AM by Erycina » Logged monsee Full Member Posts: 194 Re: XFCE4 Power Manager Error « Reply #1 on: September 02, 2014, 05:02:59
Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken." the same Thank you for the attention... Thanks! have a peek here Clicking on the button OK keeps me in a perpetual loop where the dialog box never closes.
So I'm not able to make any power settings in Xubuntu. Logout form Xfce, Ctrl+Alt+F1 to go to first tty, login to tty (text-based), clear the cache with: Code: rm -rf ~/.cache/sessions ...then go back to the GUI (Ctrl+Alt+F7) and log back Used the Unity desktop for a while, but I was convinced to switch to Xfce 4.10 from PPA.
A published paper stole my unpublished results from a science fair What are these boxes mounted inline on each of the 3 phase wires of a high voltage power line in So the issue of a conflict still exists, but it still able to be resolved by removing the gnome-power manager elements as well as indicator-power. In Xfce Bugzilla #8809, Levente Torok (toroklev) wrote on 2012-05-08: #54 This is similar to my experience on Xubuntu 12.04 power manager applet couldn't be loaded to Setting Manager/Power manager and I removed and reinstalled LightDM, which made it default to Xubuntu desktop as its default session.
The original line: [hosts: files dns] when changed to: [hosts: files wins dns] seems to solve the problem without further interventions. For starters, adding xfce4-power-manager to my autostart file in ~/.config/bspwm doesn't seem to work, as I get this error after trying to run xfce4-power-manager-settings from terminal Xfce power manager is not Even though it is installed, when I try to run it from the command line, it says there is no such program. Check This Out YMMV.
I tried to solve it with this workaround, which doesn't solve the problem completely: http://d24m.de/2012/05/10/xubuntu-12-04-und-der-power-manager/ The power manager doesn't start automatically after processing this workaround, but I can start it now So I propose: switch the default notification area to the XFCE notification area for xubuntu-desktop. Gareth Halfacree (o-launchpad-halfacree-co-uk) wrote on 2012-07-04: #8 Same here. Linked 6 xubuntu 13.10 xfce4-power-manager not working Related 1Why can't I run xfce4-power-manager?5Lubuntu - xfce4-power-manager alternative1sometimes xfce4-power-manager stuck5Lubuntu: How do I autostart xfce4 power manager?2Change xfce4-power-manager option from terminal5xfce4-power-manager suspend not
I tried reinstalling (sudo apt-get remove, then install) xfce4-power-manager, but it didn't help. I checked, and xfce4-power-manager is running, as well as /usr/lib/upowerd. Typed to quickly... Sl 0:00 /usr/lib/upower/upowerd 1898 ?
Instead I need to use xfce4-power-manager-settings. (I'm using Xfce Power Manager 1.2.0 on Ubuntu 14.04.1; version 1.3.1, discussed at the end of bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8809, apparently fixes the bug that is the main Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken. Did i do good work? LibreOffice Calc and Writer are now included.
LXDE 64-bit3. the result of this is that A uses the Xubuntu login and B the standard login - sorry i don't know the details of the difference between these two logins. 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 My system also exhibits the https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1048805 .
Build and install the package:./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr --disable-static --enable-network-manager --enable-polkit --disable-debug --enable-lxdepanel make make install9. on Computer A, Xubuntu was installed THEN Unity. I tried stracing it, and it ends up like the attachment I'm adding. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.Trace/breakpoint trap".Then I
Possible causes include: the remote application > did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, > the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken. XFCE power manager just doesn't like to start up.