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    Hello,

    I'm a Linux newbie who has been using Slackware for about a month. After a successful install of the Gnome Slackbuild script 3.2, I get an error. I'm using Slackware 13.37 on a Toshiba Netbook NB505 with a 1.66MHZ Intel Atom processor, 2G RAM, & 250G HD. Here are the details.

    A forum message told me to remove the ftp/http words at the beginning of links, so they won't appear below in the slapt-getrc file or websites. I installed Gnome Slackbuild 3.2 this way: lynx --source gnomeslackbuild.org/net-install | bash. I think it was successful because there were no errors. However, when I used startx there are only verticle lines in the background with a dialog box in front that says: "couldn't share keys", with an OK option. The mouse at that time is usable, & I select OK it it says: "Can't publish discovery information on the network." This happens even if I'm logged in as root.

    I thought it might be problem with X Windows so I ran xorgsetup & it went OK. Also, the XFCE & KDE desktops work fine, which leads me to think that the /etc/X11/xorg.conf is configured properly. I removed Gnome Slackbuild 3.2 with this command: removepkg /var/log/packages/*gsb. Then reinstalled it & got the same error. After that, I removed X, XAP, & KDE through slackware setup program, rebooted, added them. Then I reinstalled Gnome Slackbuild using lynx, which went OK. However, I still get the same error.

    So I tried the manual method described in the gnomeslackbuild.org/download/]Download & Install : GNOME SlackBuild - a GNOME distribution for Slackware Linux article. After installing slapt-get I checked the /etc/slapt-get/slapt-getrc to see that I'm using the slackware mirror SOURCE=osuosl.org/pub/slackware/slackware-13.37/:OFFICIAL & the Gnome Slackbuild mirror SOURCE=//mirrors.gnomeslackbuild.org/gsb/gsb-3.2_slackware-13.37/:PREFERRED. Then I issued these commands: slapt-get --update & slapt-get --add-keys, which went OK. Then I ran this command slapt-get --install glib2 gtk+2, which said something like it was already the latest versions of them. After that I ran slapt-get --install gsb-desktop, which said that zero packages were installed because they were already there.

    I still get the same errors in X Windows & the log files. I found nothing specific to this error on the internet, however, articles with similar errors suggested I that check the /var/log/Xorg.0.log & /var/log/syslog files, which I included below. I only listed the information that I thought was necessary which pertained to errors, so if more information is necessary let me know. Any constructive suggestions would be appreciated.

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    [#Contents of Xorg.0.log#]
    X.Org X Server 1.9.5
    Release Date: 2011-03-17
    [ 506.621] X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
    [ 506.621] Build Operating System: Slackware 13.37 Slackware Linux Project
    [ 506.621] Current Operating System: Linux mark 2.6.37.6-smp #2 SMP Sat Apr 9 23:39:07 CDT 2011 i686
    [ 506.621] Kernel command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-huge-smp-2.6.37.6-smp root=/dev/sda6
    [ 506.621] Build Date: 18 March 2011 12:08:03AM
    [ 506.622]
    [ 506.622] Current version of pixman: 0.20.2
    [ 506.622] Before reporting problems, check //wiki.x.org
    to make sure that you have the latest version.
    [ 506.622] Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
    (++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
    (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.
    [ 506.623] (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.0.log", Time: Sat Mar 17 15:24:28 2012
    [ 506.623] (==) Using config file: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf"
    [ 506.624] (==) Using system config directory "/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d"
    [ 506.625] (==) ServerLayout "X.org Configured"
    
    [ 506.625] (==) Automatically enabling devices
    [ 506.626] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/local" does not exist.
    [ 506.626] Entry deleted from font path.
    [ 506.626] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/CID" does not exist.
    [ 506.626] Entry deleted from font path.
    [ 506.626] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/local" does not exist.
    [ 506.626] Entry deleted from font path.
    [ 506.626] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/CID" does not exist.
    
    [ 506.686] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "320x240" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "400x300" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "400x300" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "512x384" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "640x480" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "640x512" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "800x600" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.687] (II) intel(0): Not using default mode "700x525" (doublescan mode not supported)
    [ 506.715] (II) intel(0): Output VGA1 disconnected
    [ 506.715] (II) intel(0): Using exact sizes for initial modes
    [ 506.715] (II) intel(0): Output LVDS1 using initial mode 1024x600
    gnome-session: WARNING: Could not parse desktop file: Key file does not have key 'Name'
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    [#Contents of Syslog#]
    Mar 17 15:24:29 mark gnome-session[2589]: WARNING: Could not parse desktop file /root/.config/autostart/xfconf-migration-4.6.desktop: Key file does not have key 'Name'
    Mar 17 15:24:29 mark gnome-session[2589]: WARNING: could not read /root/.config/autostart/xfconf-migration-4.6.desktop
    Mar 17 15:24:29 mark gnome-session[2589]: WARNING: Could not parse desktop file /root/.config/autostart/xfce4-tips-autostart.desktop: Key file does not have key 'Name'
    Mar 17 15:24:29 mark gnome-session[2589]: WARNING: could not read /root/.config/autostart/xfce4-tips-autostart.desktop
    Mar 17 15:24:32 mark gnome-session[2589]: WARNING: Application 'gnome-shell.desktop' killed by signal
    Mar 17 15:25:01 mark pulseaudio[2663]: [pulseaudio] pid.c: Stale PID file, overwriting.
    Mar 17 15:25:03 mark python: hp-systray[2655]: warning: hp-systray should not be run as root/superuser.
    Mar 17 15:25:03 mark python: hp-systray[2655]: error: hp-systray cannot be run as root. Exiting.
    Mar 17 15:25:06 mark gnome-session[2589]: Gdk-WARNING: gnome-session: Fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server :0.


    Thank You,

    Mark

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    Hi, Mark...

    My first question to you regarding your issues here is did you install/update the prerequisite software (dependencies) before installing the Gnome 3.2 SlackBuild?

    See here for the list of dependencies:

    # THIS IS THE REPLACED PACKAGES LIST FOR GSB GNOME 3.2.2
    #
    # The following is a list of packages that can replace official Slackware
    # @SLACKWARE_VERSION@ packages.
    #
    # Packages listed under 'Required' are Slackware packages that MUST be replaced
    # by corresponding GNOME SlackBuild versions in order to use GNOME
    # 3.2.2 on Slackware @SLACKWARE_VERSION@. Reasons for their
    # replacement are given within brackets.
    #
    # Packages listed under 'Optional' are packages which replace official
    # Slackware packages, but their replacement are only necessary for added
    # functionality, or certain GNOME applications. Their replacement is
    # recommended, but not required if you do not plan to use certain applications,
    # or are dead set against replacing any Slackware provided packages.
    #
    # Last updated: October 9, 2011 (stevek)
    #

    ***********************************************
    -- REQUIRED Package Replacements --

    glib2 (>= 2.2 needed for gobject-introspection.
    gdk-pixbuf (>= 2.24) needed for clutter.
    atk (>= 2.2) the latest 2.2 series needed for mutter.
    pango (>= 2.2) the latest gtk+3 series
    pygobject (>= 2.2 gtk/glib introspection in Python.
    startup-notifications (>= 0.12) needed by gnome-shell.
    gstreamer (>= 0.10.35) required by totem, brasero, and others.
    gst-plugins-good (>= 0.10.30) Gconf and pulse sinks required.
    gnome-icon-theme (>= 3.0.0) Fancy new icons required by gnome-shell.
    libnotify (>= 0.7.1) Required by many GNOME 3.0 applications
    for the new notify bar in gnome-shell.

    ***********************************************
    -- OPTIONAL Package Replacements --

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    vtel57,

    Thanks for responding. Somehow the information I had on what you mentioned was not included in my post when I thought I placed it in there. Anyway, regarding the comment on gnomeslackbuild.org/download/, that says, "You must first upgrade and replace all packages marked as required in the 'Replaced Packages List,'" yes, I ran slapt-get --install glib2 gdk-pixbuf, etc.

    The messages were something like this:
    gli2 up to date
    gnome-icon-theme up to date
    libnotify up to date
    no such package: gdk-pixbuf
    no such package: startup-notifications
    It also said that following packages will be upgraded: gst-plugins-good. Then it asked Yes/No to upgarde it. It is possible that at that point I hit enter, which defaulted to No, & the package was not installed. However, I reinstalled all of these packages all are there except gdk-pixbuf & startup-notifications. The slapt-get command tells me that these packages don't exist. I went agead & installed gdk-pixbuf2 which it said already existed. The package gdk-pixbuf is available on slackbuilds.org, so I downloaded & installed it. So the last requirement is the startup-notifications package, which is on the slackbuild site & does not exist according to slapt-get.

    Also, I've noticed that the the xorg messages that are available when I select CTRL ALT F1 at the X Windows error that I originally described, are different than the ones in the log files I listed. So I'm in the process of finding or generating an xsession-error log.

    Thank You,

    Mark

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    Hello again, Mark.

    Let me first commend you for attempting Slackware even though your are a relatively new GNU/Linux adventurer. While Slackware has been my primary operating system for many years, I wouldn't normally recommend it as a starter distribution. Slackware is not the BIG RED EYED demon that many will contend that it is. It is, however, a distribution that assumes a certain level of competence from its users. I can tell from your posts here that you are no dummy. With that said...

    Slackware is a unique distribution. It is designed to be simple and uncomplicated. This does NOT mean it's easy to use. Simple and uncomplicated often lead to more work by the user to achieve goals within the operating system. Installing software from outside (non-Slackware) sources is one of those occasionally not-so-easy-to-achieve goals.

    Gnome, as you know, is non-native to the Slackware environment. That's not to say that it won't work. Any Desktop Environment/Windows Manager should work on any distribution of GNU/Linux as long as dependencies are met. In your case, when you state that you utilized slapt-get to update the prerequisite software before attempting to install the Gnome 3.2 SlackBuild, that may not have been sufficient. Slapt-get is only working with software that is in the Slackware repositories. Some of that required software in the list I posted above may NOT be in the standard Slack repos. You may have to install them via your own compiling from source or from existing SlackBuilds (available from sites like SlackBuild.org).

    I do not believe this is an X issue at all. The fact that you can run KDE and Xfce (my DE/WM of choice, by the way) tells me that X is functioning as it should. I would strongly suggest that you do NOT mess with X in any way. You don't want to inadvertently trash it when it isn't even the issue. Instead, I'm relatively sure that this is still a dependency issue. Were I you, I would use one of Slackware's native package manager apps to check and see just what exactly you have installed on that system with regards to those dependencies in the list above. You can check their availability/status by using the slackpkg command from the command line. Like this...

    As root:

    # slackpkg search <application name>

    For example, let's say you want to start checking those dependencies in that list above. You would do the following:

    (I'll demonstrate from my own actual command line)

    root_Slackware/home/vtel57:# slackpkg search glib2

    Looking for glib2 in package list. Please wait... DONE

    The list below shows all packages with name matching "glib2".

    [ installed ] - glib2-2.28.6-x86_64-1

    You can search specific files using "slackpkg file-search file".

    You see, Slackpkg displayed the current status of the glibc software on my own system. It shows it as being installed and gives me the version number. Here's another example:

    root_Slackware/home/vtel57:# slackpkg search gnome-icon-theme

    Looking for gnome-icon-theme in package list. Please wait... DONE

    The list below shows all packages with name matching "gnome-icon-theme".

    [ installed ] - gnome-icon-theme-2.31.0-x86_64-1

    You can search specific files using "slackpkg file-search file".

    As you can see, Slackpkg will give you all the info you need to determine if you have all of the required dependencies installed for that Gnome 3.2 SlackBuild to work properly for you. I would recommend that you take this step first. Once you've checked/added the required dependencies, if there is still an issue with Gnome, at least we'll know that you have it installed properly.

    Keep us posted on your progress.

    ~Eric

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    Hello Eric,

    Thanks again for your reply. I've been using Ubuntu for over a year, learning some commands here & there. I decided my next distro to start learning more about Linux, would be either Arch, Gentoo, or Slackware, & went with Slackware. I understand it is an experienced users distro & it might take a long time to get the things that are already functional with Ubuntu working properly.

    After I get Gnome working OK it will be recompiling the kernel so my wireless NIC will work. For now I'd like to stick with Gnome rather than learning another desktop, although KDE & XFCE seem to be excellent. I agree that it seems to be a desktop issue rather than X. I probably should have mentioned that I was not running an earlier version of Gnome before I ran the slackbuild. So, if I understand the step on the gnomeslackbuild.org/download page which states: "Important: For users upgrading from a previous GNOME SlackBuild installation, please make sure you're upgrading all the required packages. See Required Package Upgrades for more information," then I don't need to install the packages below, right?

    glib2 (>= 2.2 needed for gobject-introspection.
    gdk-pixbuf (>= 2.24) needed for clutter.
    atk (>= 2.2) the latest 2.2 series needed for mutter.
    pango (>= 2.2) the latest gtk+3 series
    pygobject (>= 2.2 gtk/glib introspection in Python.
    startup-notifications (>= 0.12) needed by gnome-shell.
    gstreamer (>= 0.10.35) required by totem, brasero, and others.
    gst-plugins-good (>= 0.10.30) Gconf and pulse sinks required.
    gnome-icon-theme (>= 3.0.0) Fancy new icons required by gnome-shell.
    libnotify (>= 0.7.1) Required by many GNOME 3.0 applications
    for the new notify bar in gnome-shell.

    However, before I realized that I went ahead & installed the dependencies. According to the results of the slapt-get command, all the packages were installed, except for gdk-pixbuf & startup-notifications, which it said didn't exist. I found the startup-notifications (I think on the slackbuild site) & installed it through pkgtool.

    The gdk-pixbuf was downloaded as a slackbuild script from pkgs.org. I unpacked the buildscript in the / directory, looked at the version in the .buildscript which was already the same version as the source, so it didn't need to be changed. Then I copied the compressed source file into the newly created gdk-pixbuf directory. After that I ran the script which copied a binary install file to tmp. I then went to tmp & installed it successfully with pkgtool.

    To verify the installed packages, I did an ls of the /var/log/packages directory to make sure the two that I had just manually installed were there, & they seemed to be. I now realize the best method is to use the slackpkg command you mentioned.

    After that I ran startx & initially got the same error. Then an additional dialog box appeared which told me that there was a problem. Although I should have recorded that error too, I deceded to reinstall the X, XAP, & KDE series by booting to a flashcard & running slackware setup. I understand now that I probably should not have done that.

    After that I logged in as root at the login prompt rather than switching to root through su, which would not have given me the correct shell environment, from what I understand. Then I ran the lynx --source gnomeslackbuild.org/net-install | bash, once more. However, before I did this, I did'nt install those "Required Package Upgrades" dependencies mentioned on the gnomeslackbuild.org/download page, because this is not an upgrade from a previous version of Gnome. I rebooted after the install, & now I'm getting the original error that I first mentioned.

    I now have other information obtained with startx 2>.xsession-errors, that I've posted here. I'm going to start searching for these errors to see what I can come up with. If it looks as though Gnome can't be installed through slackbuild, I'll look into downloading & installing it from source, although this too will probably be complicated. Thank you again for taking the time to respond.

    Mark

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    xauth:  file /home/mark/.serverauth.2306 does not exist
    X.Org X Server 1.9.5
    Release Date: 2011-03-17
    X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
    Build Operating System: Slackware 13.37 Slackware Linux Project
    Current Operating System: Linux mark 2.6.37.6-smp #2 SMP Sat Apr 9 24:59:07 CDT 2011 i686
    Kernel command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-huge-smp-2.6.37.6-smp root=/dev/sda6
    Build Date: 18 March 2011  12:08:04AM
     
    Current version of pixman: 0.20.2
    	Before reporting problems, check wiki.x.org
    	to make sure that you have the latest version.
    Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
    	(++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
    	(WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.
    (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.0.log", Time: Tue Mar 20 16:13:40 2012
    (==) Using config file: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf"
    (==) Using system config directory "/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d"
    
    ** (seahorse-sharing:2348): WARNING **: Could not load desktop file '/etc/xdg/autostart/seahorse-sharing.desktop': No such file or directory
    Window manager warning: 0 stored in GConf key /desktop/gnome/peripherals/mouse/cursor_size is out of range 1 to 128
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/usr/bin/blueman-applet", line 25, in <module>
        import pynotify
      File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/gtk-2.0/pynotify/__init__.py", line 1, in <module>
        from _pynotify import *
    ImportError: libnotify.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: 'reference to undefined property imports.ui'
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: file '<main>' line 0 exception 0 number 5
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: 'reference to undefined property imports.gi'
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: file '/usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/environment.js' line 0 exception 0 number 5
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: 'reference to undefined property this.Variant'
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: file '/usr/share/gjs-1.0/overrides/GLib.js' line 0 exception 0 number 5
    **
    ERROR:gi/boxed.c:1256:gjs_define_boxed_class: assertion failed: (priv != NULL)
    gnome-session[2338]: WARNING: Application 'gnome-shell.desktop' killed by signal
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/usr/share/system-config-printer/applet.py", line 29, in <module>
        import pynotify
      File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/gtk-2.0/pynotify/__init__.py", line 1, in <module>
        from _pynotify import *
    ImportError: libnotify.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    Failed to play sound: File or data not found
    ** Message: applet now removed from the notification area
    
    ** (nm-applet:2413): WARNING **: get_all_cb: couldn't retrieve system settings properties: (2) The name org.freedesktop.NetworkManager was not provided by any .service files.
    
    ** (nm-applet:2413): WARNING **: Failed to register as an agent: (2) The name org.freedesktop.NetworkManager was not provided by any .service files
    warning: No hp: or hpfax: devices found in any installed CUPS queue. Exiting.
    Window manager warning: 0 stored in GConf key /desktop/gnome/peripherals/mouse/cursor_size is out of range 1 to 128
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: 'reference to undefined property imports.ui'
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: file '<main>' line 0 exception 0 number 5
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: 'reference to undefined property imports.gi'
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: file '/usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/environment.js' line 0 exception 0 number 5
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: 'reference to undefined property this.Variant'
        JS ERROR: !!!   REPORTED: file '/usr/share/gjs-1.0/overrides/GLib.js' line 0 exception 0 number 5
    **
    ERROR:gi/boxed.c:1256:gjs_define_boxed_class: assertion failed: (priv != NULL)
    gnome-session[2338]: WARNING: Application 'gnome-shell.desktop' killed by signal
    gnome-session[2338]: WARNING: App 'gnome-shell.desktop' respawning too quickly
    
    (gnome-settings-daemon:2350): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: g_object_unref: assertion `G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed
    xinit: connection to X server lost
    
    waiting for X server to shut down

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    Hi again, Mark...

    I had this really long and detailed reply typed up when I clicked the wrong button here on this forum and POOF! All gone. Don't you hate it when that happens?

    Anyway...

    The fact that you have multiple errors with Gnome on Slackware combined with the fact that you've done quite a bit if installing/removing, tinkering, tweaking, etc., it might very well be a good idea to start this project off with a clean slate. Were this me doing this, I would wipe this Slackware installation out of existence and reinstall a nice new Slackware on my system. If you still plan on attempting the Gnome SlackBuild, I would install the new Slack with Xfce as the DE/WM. I would do this because Xfce requires many of the same Gnome library files and other software that Gnome requires. It might give you a head start. Take notes and take your time when you attempt your Gnome install again. MAKE SURE that all the Gnome SlackBuild dependencies are met just as they ask before installing the Gnome SlackBuild.

    Luck with it! Have fun. Once it becomes drudgery, though, seek alternatives.

    Need more assistance in the future with your GNU/Linux adventure? I'm pretty easy to find --> vtel.jaylach.com/vtel57/vtel57.html

    Later...

    ~Eric

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    Hello Eric,

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will go ahead & fdisk & reformat the slack partition & reinstall it.

    All of the packages listed in the "Required Package Upgrades" were not installed the last time I did the GnomeSlackBuildScript. On the gnomeslackbuild.org/download page, I see: "Important: For users upgrading from a previous GNOME SlackBuild installation, please make sure you're upgrading all the required packages. See Required Package Upgrades for more information." I didn't install them because it seems to me that those are only necessary if it is an upgrade.

    Slackware 13.37 does not ship with Gnome, right? I installed all of the X & K packages & didn't see it. So it seems to me that this would not have been an upgrade from a previous version of Gnome. So, those listed in the "Required Package Upgrades" would be uncecessary, correct?

    Thanks,

    Mark

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    No. Slack does not come with a Gnome DE/WM in its native repository.

    I think you may be misunderstanding the wording of that Gnome SlackBuild "Required Packages Upgrades" notice. While you may not be updating a previous Gnome SlackBuild installation, you still require ALL dependencies to be satisfied on your fresh new installation. With this in mind, be sure to check that each and every one of those listed dependencies in that list provided by Gnome SlackBuild is indeed installed and at least up to the versions they mention.

    They don't call them dependencies for nothing.

    Keep me posted. I'm interested to see how this turns out.

    ~Eric
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    OK,

    Before I reinstall everything, I'll remove slackbuild, reinstall X/XAP, then make sure the dependencies on that list are installed.

    Thank you again Eric,

    Mark

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    Go for it! It can't hurt to try.

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