Software :: Unable To Apt-get Dbus-x11 In Ubuntu Fiesty / Solve This?
Apr 9, 2010
While installing network-manager in fiesty, I had some problems. THEY told me I also had to install dbus-x11, but apt-get was unable to get the package. (Couldn't find package dbus-x11) My sources.list file seems in perfect shape
I'm trying to install The Sims 2 (which I'm aware currently does not run properly in wine anyway), using the multi-CD version. The installation goes normally, up until it comes time to switch from disc 1 to disc 2. The installer prompts me to insert disc 2, but it seems that Ubuntu still believes that the installer doesn't want me to open the drive, because, when I try to open it, it doesn't open, and a window pops up with the following message: Unable to eject CD-RW/DVD RW Drive DBus error org.gtk.Private.RemoteVolumeMonitor.Failed: An operation is already pending
do have installed glib and dbus and can find them manually , /usr/include/glib-2.0/glib.h , but while comipling applicaiton it gives following error messages.
/usr/include/libosso.h:32:18: error: glib.h: No such file or directory /usr/include/libosso.h:38:23: error: dbus/dbus.h: No such file or directory /usr/include/libosso.h:39:32: error: dbus/dbus-protocol.h: No such file or directory
I've had my Ipod working fine using both Rhythmbox and gtkpod until a few weeks ago. Now, I can't get my Ipod to mount. My external hard drive mounts fine, just not the Ipod. When I plug it in I get the following message:
"DBus error org.gtk.Private.RemoteVolumeMonitor. Not Found: The given volume was not found"
I've tried to manually mount it and that doesn't work. I updated from Jaunty to Karmic hoping that would solve it. It didn't.
I just installed 11.2 kde 64 bit and I get this error: DBus error : Unable to get transaction id from packagekit. How do I correct this?also: the other updates have been running for a hour and they're still running. is this normal?
we're running an Ubuntu 10.04 LTS network on our company, authenticating against an Openldap/heimdal-kerberos server.Previously, the clients were authenticating against a Windows 2003 Domain without any problems.After modifying the krb.conf, ldap.conf, nsswitch.conf and nscd.conf files to authenticate the machines against the openldap/heimdal setup, we started experiencing strange problems.
One issue is, for example, the polkit-agent-gnome not starting. This component integrates policykit into gnome. It looks like the agent is unable to start due to some kind of delay with DBUS. Starting the agent manually keeps giving errors until about 70 seconds after login, when the agent can be started without problems. During the delay it is also impossible, for instance, to open the "shut down" menu on the top right of gnome. You can click on the menu, but nothing appears.Trying to start the polkit-agent manually gives these errors (I'll be attaching detailed errors when at work!):
DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: 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
GLIB ERROR ** default - Not enough memory to set up DBusConnection for use with GLib It really looks like DBus or something related to it is starting "too late" but I can't seem to find the reason. I'm pretty sure this has to do with some timings or whatever in the krb/ldap config files...
when I connect my iphone (3GS, 4.3.3) to Fedora 15 it gives me this error: Unable to mount iphone DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus). The weird thing: after looking in var/log/messages it appears that it is trying to be used by NetworkManager. And when I lookin NM, i can see iPhone as an ethernet device (cable unplugged).
I'm not sure what when wrong since I have a few DVDs and they all play well in my normal DVD player, I later attempt to mount it in my Ubuntu 8.10 I'm presented with the following message:
DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: 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.
May I know what does this really mean?Is there something in my computer that require a fix?
I've run into a problem with my Photobucket account in that the dialogue does not appear in the upload box. Can anyone with an account please try, maybe something has changed on their site, as I'm sure a week or so back it was working. Failing that what might I have not set up correctly?
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525. I am unable to connect to wireless networks. I have a fresh installation of Ubuntu 8.04. I have installed Ndiswrapper (ndiswrapper-utils_1.8-0ubuntu2_i386.deb) and the GUI for ndiswrapper. The ndiwrapper GUI reports that the hardware was not found. Yet I am able to connect to the wlan using Windows.
"Unable to mount iPhone DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs: Mountpoint Already registered" The above error appears upon plugging in my iPhone 3GS using a USB connection on Ubuntu 10.04. Attempting to transfer tracks to the iPhone (using Rythmbox) results in this error: "Error Transferring Track Error while getting peer-to-peer dbus connection: The name :1.140 was not provided by any .service files"
The interesting part is that I can unmount the iPhone get back into Nautilus and the iPhone icon will still be there on the left side pane. Unmounting from Nautilus does not get rid of the iPhone icon until I physically disconnect the USB cable from the iPhone. Clicking on the unmount/eject icon next to the iPhone icon in Nautilus removes the unmount/eject icon, but it does not remove the iPhone from the left side pane. My other USB devices, such as the 2TB external iOmega hard drive, exhibit identical behavior. I'm guessing that this is a gvfs bug since it appears very similar to other gvfs bugs that I've found from a couple of years ago. I am using gvfs 1.6.2-1ubuntu1~ppa1.
My iPhone used to sync work perfectly using this same Ubuntu PC as late as November 2010. There were no changes made to the iPhone, only updates to Ubuntu -- I'd like to emphasize updates; no new software was installed on this Ubuntu PC.
Just reinstalled kde 11.3 on second hd. Everything seems to be okay except for getting additional repositories. Under yast I get the message unable to download list of repositories or no repositories defined. Any ideas on what I can check?
I've downloaded some torrents, and someone CONVENIENTLY made them a multiple file archive instead of a single file.
I've tried unrar -x <filename>-part1.rar, which it says it completes, then I don't see the file. What do I need to do? WinRAR usually decompresses them just fine, but on Linux is where I have the problem.
More importantly, why on Earth would anybody do this?
I am running ubuntu 10.10 on a sony vaio f115. I am trying to install the printers for a brother mfc5460cn. I have used apt-get and aptitude, I have used sudo and sh all to no avail. I always get the same messages: cannot lock administration library (var/lib/pkg/) (11 temporarily unavailable) and cannot get lock/var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 temporarily unavailable) How do I gain access to these libraries?
I installed the Kde desktop and i'm unable to setup a broadband dsl connection i have done the settngs in network manager gave password username service name etc. but the option for connection doesnt appear the connection works properly in windows as well as gnome 3 desktop but not in kde
I normally tried yum lock for installing players like yum install xmms xmms-mp3 but it starts and when primary.sqlite.bz2 starts download it stops after sometime & try another mirror & finally never install what is the problem?
I try to run Mesa gears example and I get following error: Code: freeglut (./gears): Unable to create direct context rendering for window 'Gears' This may hurt performance. though the application runs successfully, but I guess that in future I will have much problems with productivity.
I run Linux CentOS 5 on WMvare 7. Mesa's version is 6.5 Relevant output of lspci -v gives: Code...
I've just upgraded to 10.04. I love it. I've been running dark themes for a long time and this upgrade merged seamlessly with my setup.There is a nasty problem that I've noticed on only my desktop box (laptop is fine, also upgraded to 10.04). The dbus-daemon is hogging approximately 50% of my cpu cycles. Is there a way to limit this? I'm watching this via the System Monitor and the % CPU. My laptop registers its dbus-daemon % CPU as 0.
I have accidentally remove dbus which concludes removing everything including graphic-manager desktop and network manager. after removal system automatically rebooted and i only have command prompt to work with. Now i have no desktop and no network connections.
As i have lost network connections i can't apt-get any packages. so please help me with the solution?