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Advanced Topics / xfce4-display-settings error message (SOLVED)
« on: September 01, 2020, 04:42:08 am »
Greetings Pepperminters

I can't get Settings-Display to launch, the panel appears then disappears again.  Selecting the Run in terminal option the following error message appears:


(xfce4-display-settings:2462): dbind-WARNING **: 12:15:27.173: Couldn't register with accessibility bus: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.
Gtk-Message: 12:15:27.949: GtkDialog mapped without a transient parent. This is discouraged."

I'm running the P10 respin and have applied the latest Grub update if that has any bearing.  Although I rarely, if ever, use the Settings-Display function it would be good to get it working from the Launcher.

Thanks in anticipation...


I'm running LO on PO10 which I installed following the upgrade steps from PO9.  The machine is an Acer ZG5 with 1.5G RAM ten+ years old but still going strong!

Although I'm an occasional user of the LO suite I recently needed to run a PowerPoint presentation on my ZG5.  Although Impress seemed to render everything fine the problems started when I used the Slide Show function.  After a couple of the slides the presentation just froze and became unresponsive.  Using Alt-tab I reverted to edit mode and killed Impress with a warning the the application was busy and not responding.

Reproducing the problem I ran HTOP and coudn't see an unusual behaviour. Likewise searches for solutions drew a blank for this LO version and Ubuntu.  I did read that it might be graphic card related but there I'm out of my comfort zone...

Can anybody help resolve, please?

Solution: commandered an underused HP X360 11-K running W10 and installed LO - the freezing Slide Show now works fine!

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