Re: [SOLVED] timeout before file dialogs show up
- Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2018 21:16:01 +0200
- From: Lucio <lucio@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SOLVED] timeout before file dialogs show up
Il 28/06/2018 18:52, David Wright ha scritto:
I don't think the presence of the mountpoint itself is a problem.
I can confirm it's not the culprit: I've tried commenting out all
network mountpoints in /etc/fstab but the problem remains.
However there was something in the error message that made me think we
were looking in the wrong direction, in particular this:
a Google search showed that GOA is acronym for "Gnome Online Accounts".
That shed some light: a long time ago I used to run Gnome, then switched
to XFCE. However I've always been using Debian unstable and my
installation was born in 2011 and always upgraded since.
Sometimes it happens package dependencies break and I resort to manual
installation or removal by means of
dpkg --force-all ...
or similar hacks. That could well leave files behind, so I suspected
some old GOA files were lingering around in the filesystem, hung at
prehistoric versions because my APT system doesn't even know they are
still there anymore.
# apt-cache search gnome goa
told me what packages to install in order to update those files. I
installed libgoa-1.0-0b and libgoa-backend-1.0.1 et voilà, problem solved.