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Re: Reproducible bug




On 2017-11-12, Cindy-Sue Causey <butterflybytes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 11/12/17, Laurent Lyaudet <laurent.lyaudet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> deloptes wrote:
>>> I don't use Gnome, because gtk with the concept behind caused a lot of
>>> trouble long time ago and could not convince me that it will ever get
>>> better so I can't help much. But ... there should be logging facility and
>>> you need perhaps to enable something somewhere to see where it is coming
>>> from or what is happening when the problem appears.
>>
>>> I usually look first in ~/.xsession-errors
>>
>>> someone else perhaps could help on where and how to debug gtk/gnome
>>
>> Thanks for this indication. I found no such file with :
>>
>> find / -name 'xsession*'
>>
>> I will google for gnome error logging.
>
>
> Does "find" find hidden files without being specifically told how to
> do so? The other thing is that maybe you've just been phenomenally
> blessed to have no errors. That *could* happen.. :)

It seems the initial dot is part of the name. So his search syntax would
not find a dot file. If he had put a wildcard at both ends of the
string, but he didn't, and then he isn't looking in his home directory,
either, is he?

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