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Old 05-15-2006, 08:46 PM   #1
JWilliamCupp
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Power Manager / dbus Problem


Upon installation of Fedora Core 5 (fresh installation, starting with reformat of hard disk) I get this error message pop-up when I log in to the desktop:

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Power Manager

This program cannot start until you start the dbus session service.

This is usually started automatically in X or gnome startup when you start a new session.
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Services Configuration confirms that dbus is running.

Also, any log-in relating to the GUI (e.g., user log-in, or returning from screen saver) requires about three minutes to process the userīs password. It works, but it takes a loooonng time. I think the problems are related.

Any ideas?

- Bill
 
  


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