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im unable to open pdf documents,(with pdf viewer,kghostview ,kpdf)from root but im able to do so as a user,(just like mozilla post),is there any way to open the document,i think all this is because of shutting down system without closing the applications that were currently running in root......so is there any way to make all of them working???EARLIER THEY WERE ALL WORKING......how could i correct this??
Last edited by majji.hari; 12-17-2007 at 10:49 AM.
after trying what u have mentioned i got the following error
(gpdf:5284): Bonobo-WARNING **:Activation exception 'child process did not give an error message,unknown failure occured'.....
what to do now.....
yes i agree with ur suggestion for use of GNU in root im able to open pdfs by a click or in console with ease as general user.
the actual error msg in console
[root@localhost ~]# xhost +localhost
localhost being added to access control list
[root@localhost ~]# gpdf gan2.pdf
(gpdf:3584): Bonobo-WARNING **: Activation exception 'Child process did not give an error message, unknown failure occurred'
Last edited by majji.hari; 12-18-2007 at 11:23 AM.