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Old 04-10-2012, 03:54 AM
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Hello Guys..

its me again..


well after success solving install problem that i posted on
the BIOS Stuck / HDD Bricked Issue

i encountered new problems after config the display.
the login screen came up, and after i logged my Id and pass. the screen goes back to the login screen.
so i try to log as root. it does the same.

then i try to login using CLI on the other TTY.
i CAN login as user and login as root. so i guess the problem is not the system.

and then i check out the messages line on the ttyv0 (ctrl-Alt-F1).
the last message is :

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Apr 10 10:17:45 pcbsd-2941 gnome-keyring-daemon[7590]: couldn't allocate secure memory to keep passwords and or keys from being written to the disk
so i looked it up on google. i found a couple of interesting threads like:

Gnome PolicyKit + Keyring + dbus issues
gnome-keyring-daemon couldn't allocate secure memory

And there's even solved ones too,
[Solved] can not log into Gnome

but all of the above looks like specific to Gnome. but for me, i dont even start up the Gnome DE.
Im logging in using KDE. why the gnome should be involved in ay way on this?


any one can give me guidance ?

thanks
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Old 04-10-2012, 04:26 AM
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I think that PC-BSD's KDE has the GNOME utilities included and they run at login.

Can you login with Fluxbox?
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Old 04-10-2012, 04:39 AM
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thanks for the quick response.

i just tried it, and the Answer is YES. i can login using the Fluxbox.

is it the KDE broken or something??

thanks
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Old 04-10-2012, 04:41 AM
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Oh Yes, that reminds me something.
as long as i remember, i think i didnt install the Gnome enviroment on installation process..

will that be a problem??
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Old 04-10-2012, 05:28 AM
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You don't need the GNOME package. I'm not really sure what would cause the keyring problem, but you could try creating a new user and then login with KDE. That will at least clear all of your user settings.
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Old 04-10-2012, 07:24 AM
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okay.
im going to try adding user using the CLI in TTYv2
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Old 04-10-2012, 08:04 AM
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Yeah, I'll be honest. Gnome sucks, esp. after GNOME 3.

I use awesome-wm now since my workplace only offers as my only choice for dynamic-wms. But the best one is i3. These are way too advance, but awesome. spectrwm, xmonad, and musca are still in the top.

If you wan to use something easy, use Xfce, LXDE, or enlightenment. Used enlightenment until I got fed up with GUI, and got my self back to CLI. Unfortunately my current job LOVES GUI to do their work.... I rather play in surf or luakit and deal with everything in cURL. Will do that later.

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Last time, GNOME 2 was not compiling for me in my lappy amd64 AMD Turion mobile processor for Freebsd 8.2, something about a object-c library. sucks.
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Old 04-10-2012, 08:20 AM
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Congratulations on getting this far Mozart!

Interesting problem, particularly because that's what happened to me on a previously working system. I posted several threads a couple of days ago. Nobody had any idea and I got no response to the first thread here.

Because the situation was the same as yours, in that Fluxbox worked (and so did Xfce), I decided to rephrase the question in a subsequent thread and ask how to re-install KDE. Finally, I just re-installed all installed ports. It took 5 or 6 hours on this machine, but after that everything worked, except the update manager. Clicking on updates brings me right back to the same problem. My subsequent fix was to only re-install KDE base. I don't know if there is anything for you to learn from my experience, but at least you have my sympathy.

PS: Other thread on same problem here.

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Old 04-10-2012, 08:37 AM
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Originally Posted by mozart View Post
Oh Yes, that reminds me something.
as long as i remember, i think i didnt install the Gnome enviroment on installation process..

will that be a problem??
I doubt it. We had a perfectly working system here and it was just the default install, plus a few PBIs after that. One day, as mentioned in my last post, we get this:
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gnome-keyring-daemon [10476]:
couldn't allocate secure memory to keep passwords
and or keys from being written to disk
Anyway, my wife uses that computer, and she has not been able to find anything about KDE which she is missing now that she has switched to Xfce. It is the included programs (Kate and Konqueror) which are the real value in KDE. If you don't need those, and assuming Firefox doesn't misbehave as it did for us, then you should be fine. Perhaps a future update will fix it.

PS: The "Gnome environment" is GTK, and the "KDE environment" is QT. Much of both of these libraries gets pulled in by the various applications.
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Old 04-10-2012, 08:39 AM
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Cobalt --
.... but you could try creating a new user and then login with KDE. That will at least clear all of your user settings.
Im very sorry to say, i just did what you told me, but the result is still the same.



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bebuxe --
.. If you wan to use something easy, use Xfce, LXDE, or enlightenment.
Thanks for the recommendations, ill be sure to try them after this KDE problem is solved..


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Ole Juul -- Congratulations on getting this far Mozart!

Interesting problem, particularly because that's what happened to me on a previously working system. I posted several threads a couple of days ago. Nobody had any idea and I got no response to the first thread here.
Thanks for the encouraging..
well thats what i thought, The KDE is broken. i think im going to try to re-install it like you. i'll do some research on google then.


for everyone. thank you for the attention. and i am sorry to keep bothering everybody with my contstant problems.

thanks
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