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#1 2012-11-28 04:05:39

splippity
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Registered: 2010-05-25
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[Solved]e17 login issue after package update

I can no longer login with the recent package update. It just states that its all now systemd
I use kdm to login to enlightenment and all it does is kick out to terminal and then back to kdm.

Any ideas?
I can login to kde and I can login to enlightenment16

Thanks

Last edited by splippity (2012-12-05 02:09:11)

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#2 2012-11-28 06:32:13

splippity
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

ok well I ran slim and tried to launch exec enlightenment_start using .xinitrc and it stated incorrect executable. I double checked that enlightenment_start was in /usr/bin which it is.
So something must be wrong somewhere.

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#3 2012-11-28 08:21:31

robug
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

had a similar problem

the solution was to remove ALL packages releted to e-svn and then install enlightenment17, elementary and epplet-base from official repos.

in short: replace all old packages with new ones

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#4 2012-11-28 23:52:20

splippity
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

ok status update I fixed part of the issue.
When I launched it from terminal I got the following error:

error while loading shared library libudev.so.0 cannot open shared object file no such file or directory.

I looked into it and it was looking for a file that isnt there.
So I did:

ln -sf /usr/lib/libudev.so.1.2.0 /usr/lib/libudev.so.0

and tried again.

Now I get the error:

/usr/bin/enlightenment: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libelementary.so.1: undefined symbol: ECORE_X_ATOM_E_ILLUME_CLIPBOARD_STATE

anyone have an idea??? thanks

also I did remove all old packages and install all new ones

Last edited by splippity (2012-11-28 23:53:02)

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#5 2012-11-29 12:11:09

pressh
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

Is your mirror out of date?
Can you post a list of all enlightenment related packages with version numbers you have installed?

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#6 2012-11-30 02:31:26

splippity
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

 pacman -Qs enlightenment
local/elementary 1.7.2-1
    Enlightenment's widget set
local/enlightenment 1.0.11-1
    A fast, flexible, and very extensible Window Manager
local/enlightenment17 0.17.0alpha6-1
    Enlightenment window manager DR17 (aka e17)
local/epplet-base 0.14-1
    Addon plugins for the enlightenment windowmanager

I even changed mirrors to the most up to date mirror on archlinux mirror site.

Last edited by splippity (2012-11-30 02:35:33)

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#7 2012-11-30 02:54:12

Scimmia
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

pressh asked for all of the related packages. That means ecore, eina, eet, edje, evas, efreet, e_dbus, embryo, eeze, eio, ethumb, emotion, and elementary.

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#8 2012-11-30 03:45:41

splippity
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

local/e_dbus 1.7.2-1
local/edje 1.7.2-1
local/eeze 1.7.2-1
local/efreet 1.7.2-1
local/eio 1.7.2-1
local/elementary 1.7.2-1
local/ecore 1.7.2-1
local/eina 1.7.2-1
local/eet 1.7.2-1
local/evas 1.7.2-1
local/evas_generic_loaders 1.7.2-1
local/embryo 1.7.2-1
local/ethumb 1.7.2-1
local/emotion 1.7.2-1

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#9 2012-11-30 08:57:39

pressh
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Registered: 2005-08-14
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

Let's continue the discussion here: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/32894

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#10 2012-12-05 02:08:45

splippity
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Re: [Solved]e17 login issue after package update

heres an update.
Fixed. It was an error caused by an unclean uninstall of the enlightenment aur package

So had to delete /opt/enlightenment

used

LD_DEBUG=files /usr/bin/enlightenment

to get output of what was being called.

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