Pam Maloney | 1 Oct 01:01 2002
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RE:Dcop startup error

I am up and running ...$USER error. Thanks for the tips & advice. 
(I'll send logs instead of a screenshot at 53KB)  
I was trying to set my home to C:\Cygwin instead of $HOME/$USER like I 
did years ago with Cygwin b20 to make Xemacs work.
Something so simple can really mess with scripts. :)
Your time is truly appreciated, thanks again.

Pam
Matt Graham | 1 Oct 19:34 2002

(no subject)

Hi.  I'm trying to get KDE going, and this is what I"m getting...followed by the xwindows sessions shutting down.
 
mgraham <at> MGRAHAM ~
$ startx &
[1] 1832
 
mgraham <at> MGRAHAM ~
$
[: ==: unknown operand
KCrash: crashing.... crashRecursionCounter = 2
KCrash: Application Name = ksplash path = <unknown> pid = 2044
save location /home/mgraham/.kde2/share/config/ doesn't exist
ERROR: KUniqueApplication: Can't setup DCOP communication.
KCrash: crashing.... crashRecursionCounter = 2
KCrash: Application Name = ksmserver path = <unknown> pid = 1848
save location /home/mgraham/.kde2/share/config/ doesn't exist
Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=610A001A
eax=1048AF3E ebx=D2D800E2 ecx=00000002 edx=00000002 esi=6C6C6177 edi=1048AF3E
ebp=0022F750 esp=0022F744 program=C:\cygwin\opt\kde2\bin\drkonqi.exe
cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0038 gs=0000 ss=0023
Stack trace:
Frame     Function  Args
0022F750  610A001A  (1048AF3E, 6C6C6177, D2D800E4, 00000001)
0022F7A0  10087DCB  (0022F830, 0022F820, 0022F850, 74890912)
0022F850  7489091C  (0022F8A0, 749AC1CC, 0022FBA0, 73CB0001)
0022F8B0  73CBD46C  (0022FC50, 0022FBA0, 0022F8F0, 748E6D12)
0022F8E0  73CBEBF9  (0022FC50, 00000001, 0022FBA0, 000001C0)
0022FBF0  0040814C  (0022FC50, 0022FD50, 00000000, 00000000)
0022FEB0  004012AD  (0000000F, 616855D4, 10460278, 0022FEE4)
0022FF00  61005B8E  (610C29AC, FFFFFFFE, 0000004C, 610C28D0)
0022FF60  61005E2C  (00000000, 00000000, 813FACB0, 00000005)
0022FF90  0040E48B  (00401124, FFFFFFFF, 80430F47, 00000000)
0022FFC0  0040103D  (0022E4BC, 610466CE, 7FFDF000, 61116B48)
0022FFF0  77E9CA90  (00401000, 00000000, 000000C8, 00000100)
End of stack traceconnect() failed: : No such file or directory
 
waiting for X server to shut down
 
I'd love any ideas!  I'm dying to get this KDE going.
 
 
Matt Graham | 1 Oct 19:42 2002

Starting KDE errors

Resent...sorry, left out the subject last time.
 
Hi.  I'm trying to get KDE going, and this is what I"m getting...followed by the xwindows sessions shutting down.
 
mgraham <at> MGRAHAM ~
$ startx &
[1] 1832
 
mgraham <at> MGRAHAM ~
$   
[: ==: unknown operand
KCrash: crashing.... crashRecursionCounter = 2
KCrash: Application Name = ksplash path = <unknown> pid = 2044
save location /home/mgraham/.kde2/share/config/ doesn't exist
ERROR: KUniqueApplication: Can't setup DCOP communication.
KCrash: crashing.... crashRecursionCounter = 2
KCrash: Application Name = ksmserver path = <unknown> pid = 1848
save location /home/mgraham/.kde2/share/config/ doesn't exist
Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=610A001A
eax=1048AF3E ebx=D2D800E2 ecx=00000002 edx=00000002 esi=6C6C6177 edi=1048AF3E
ebp=0022F750 esp=0022F744 program=C:\cygwin\opt\kde2\bin\drkonqi.exe
cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0038 gs=0000 ss=0023
Stack trace:
Frame     Function  Args
0022F750  610A001A  (1048AF3E, 6C6C6177, D2D800E4, 00000001)
0022F7A0  10087DCB  (0022F830, 0022F820, 0022F850, 74890912)
0022F850  7489091C  (0022F8A0, 749AC1CC, 0022FBA0, 73CB0001)
0022F8B0  73CBD46C  (0022FC50, 0022FBA0, 0022F8F0, 748E6D12)
0022F8E0  73CBEBF9  (0022FC50, 00000001, 0022FBA0, 000001C0)
0022FBF0  0040814C  (0022FC50, 0022FD50, 00000000, 00000000)
0022FEB0  004012AD  (0000000F, 616855D4, 10460278, 0022FEE4)
0022FF00  61005B8E  (610C29AC, FFFFFFFE, 0000004C, 610C28D0)
0022FF60  61005E2C  (00000000, 00000000, 813FACB0, 00000005)
0022FF90  0040E48B  (00401124, FFFFFFFF, 80430F47, 00000000)
0022FFC0  0040103D  (0022E4BC, 610466CE, 7FFDF000, 61116B48)
0022FFF0  77E9CA90  (00401000, 00000000, 000000C8, 00000100)
End of stack traceconnect() failed: : No such file or directory
 
waiting for X server to shut down
 
I'd love any ideas!  I'm dying to get this KDE going.
 
Sylvain Petreolle | 1 Oct 19:43 2002
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Re: (no subject)

could you try to create this directory by hand ?
> save location /home/mgraham/.kde2/share/config/ doesn't exist

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Gerald S. Williams | 9 Oct 16:26 2002
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Win2k/KDE/XFree86: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022)"

I'm using Win2K and a very recent Cygwin installation,
from which I've installed everything including XFree86
v4.2.0.

After I installed KDE (using the manual procedure since
setup reported errors while downloading), I started
getting errors whenever I started X or a program that
tried to X. The following Windows dialog pops up:

 <appname>.exe - Application Error
 ---------------------------------
 The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022).
 Click on OK to terminate the application
 [[ OK ]]

I found that replacing the original files that had been
replaced via kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2 fixed the problem, and
that even if I copied just libX11.[dll,a] back from
kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2, the problem resurfaced (of course,
without the new libraries, KDE fails since it requires
the shared memory extensions).

Is this a (perhaps known) version incompatibility or
something similar that has a known solution already?
I didn't see anything obvious in the FAQ or after a
quick look in the mailing lists, although I'm really
not sure what to look for.

Any pointers would be appreciated.

Thanks,

-Jerry
Sylvain Petreolle | 9 Oct 21:09 2002
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Re: Win2k/KDE/XFree86: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022)"

What about only a corrupted file ? You had download errors after all.

 --- "Gerald S. Williams" <gsw <at> agere.com> a écrit : 
> I'm using Win2K and a very recent Cygwin installation,
> from which I've installed everything including XFree86
> v4.2.0.
> 
> After I installed KDE (using the manual procedure since
> setup reported errors while downloading), I started
> getting errors whenever I started X or a program that
> tried to X. The following Windows dialog pops up:
> 
>  <appname>.exe - Application Error
>  ---------------------------------
>  The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022).
>  Click on OK to terminate the application
>  [[ OK ]]
> 
> I found that replacing the original files that had been
> replaced via kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2 fixed the problem, and
> that even if I copied just libX11.[dll,a] back from
> kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2, the problem resurfaced (of course,
> without the new libraries, KDE fails since it requires
> the shared memory extensions).
> 
> Is this a (perhaps known) version incompatibility or
> something similar that has a known solution already?
> I didn't see anything obvious in the FAQ or after a
> quick look in the mailing lists, although I'm really
> not sure what to look for.
> 
> Any pointers would be appreciated.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> -Jerry
> 
> _______________________________________________
> kde-cygwin mailing list
> kde-cygwin <at> mail.kde.org
> http://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-cygwin 

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Ralf Habacker | 10 Oct 00:26 2002
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Re:ld seg fault while creating import library

Hi all,

the bug reported by Nicholas Wourms (details at first in
http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-cygwin&m=102949794629098&w=2) seems to be fixed.

... from the changelog of bfd/opncls.c

date: 2002/10/06 09:03:06;  author: amodra;  state: Exp;  lines: +35 -33
        * opncls.c: Formatting.
        (_bfd_new_bfd): Use a smaller section hash table.

Relating to the bug the following message contains a very good basic work of the
ld memory usage.
See for http://sources.redhat.com/ml/bug-binutils/2002-q4/msg00015.html more
details.

BTW: Is anyone on the list who can say, if this fix is already in the current
cygwin binutils release. ?

Regards

Ralf
Gerald S. Williams | 10 Oct 14:01 2002
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Re: Win2k/KDE/XFree86: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022)

I wrote:
> After I installed KDE...The following Windows dialog pops up:
...
>  The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022).
...
> I found that replacing the original files that had been
> replaced via kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2 fixed the problem...

Sylvain Petreolle wrote:
> What about only a corrupted file ? You had download errors after all.

Not when I downloaded it by hand. I should have mentioned
that I tried downloading it again with the same results.
Besides, the untar should have failed if the tar file was
corrupt.

I debated mentioning the setup issue, since I've seen it
before and am pretty sure it's at least partly due to
versioning issues with setup.exe and the setup.ini files.
When I try to continue, I get "can't open (null)" error
dialogs. In the past, I've been able to eliminate these
by deleting my local package repository.

But I'd rather not try to debug too many problems at
once, so I just switched to the manual installation.

Note that I've narrowed it down to that TAR file, but
it is possible that something it depends on is what's
actually broken. Any suggestions about where I might
look?

-Jerry
Ralf Habacker | 10 Oct 15:48 2002
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RE: Win2k/KDE/XFree86: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022)"

> I'm using Win2K and a very recent Cygwin installation,
> from which I've installed everything including XFree86
> v4.2.0.
>
> After I installed KDE (using the manual procedure since
> setup reported errors while downloading), I started
> getting errors whenever I started X or a program that
> tried to X. The following Windows dialog pops up:
>
>  <appname>.exe - Application Error
>  ---------------------------------
>  The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022).
>  Click on OK to terminate the application
>  [[ OK ]]
1. Which applicationname is printed ?

2. Do you have rebinded ? If please remove the /opt/kde2 /opt/qt2 path and
unpack the archives again. If the problem is still valid, please let us know.

>
> I found that replacing the original files that had been
> replaced via kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2 fixed the problem, and
> that even if I copied just libX11.[dll,a] back from
> kde-x-1.3.tar.bz2, the problem resurfaced (of course,
> without the new libraries, KDE fails since it requires
> the shared memory extensions).

This is not the problem. The problem may be probably like Sylvain saind a
corrupted file. Do you have errors while unpacking the files ?

Ralf
Ewald Stamp | 11 Oct 02:22 2002

KDE doesn´t start

Hi,

KDE stops after showing the splash screen. "Initializing system
services" ist shown in the splash screen. Then it disappears and nothing
happens.

A windowmanager is not loaded (xterm has no window decoration). I can
even start another wm, i.e. wmaker, at this point.

That´s the output I get:
$ /opt/kde2/bin/startkde
[: ==: unknown operand
kdeinit: launch -> dcopserver --nosid
kdeinit: Launched DCOPServer, pid = 3160 result = 0
_KDE_IceTransmkdir: Owner of /tmp/.ICE-unix should be set to root
iceauth:  creating new authority file /home/Ewald/.ICEauthority
DCOP: register 'anonymous-3160' -> number of clients is now 1
DCOPServer up and running.
kdeinit: launch -> klauncher (null)
DCOP: unregister 'anonymous-3160'
kdeinit: Launched KLauncher, pid = 3728 result = 0
DCOP: register 'klauncher' -> number of clients is now 1
DCOP: unregister 'klauncher'
DCOP: register 'klauncher' -> number of clients is now 1
kdecore (KSocket): Trying to listen on Unix
/tmp/ksocket-Ewald/klauncherHavrMb.s
lave-socket
kdecore (KSocket): Socket bound: 7
DCOP: new daemon klauncher
DCOP: register 'anonymous-3728' -> number of clients is now 1
DCOP: register 'anonymous-3332' -> number of clients is now 2
DCOP: unregister 'anonymous-3332'
DCOP: register 'ksplash' -> number of clients is now 2
DCOP: unregister 'ksplash'

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,
Ewald

Gmane