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[Resolved] glx-dock crashes by using the sys-tray [Bug #189]
Guest English 7 Guest [Read]
16 November 2014 à 19:00

Guest, Thursday 05 May 2011 à 10:30 | Quote

hello,

I have a problem with the glx-dock 2.3.0-1 under xubuntu 11.04:
the glx-dock crashes when I open the sys-tray.
the dock then starts again, and then I can open the sys-tray.
when I will open after some time the sys-tray again, is the same game to go again ...

matttbe, Thursday 05 May 2011 à 11:30 | Quote


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Thank you for this bug report!

Is it possible to compile the dock in order to have a backtrace of the crash. It's not complicated and explained here => ddd

wxuyec, Thursday 05 May 2011 à 16:55 | Quote


Subscription date : 05 May 2011
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I met the same problem.
my system is ubuntu 10.04.
the problem appeared after
I updated glx-dock to 2.3.0~1.
It works well for the old glx-dock version.

and I found that there is a new sys-tray.
but when I remove the sys-tray-old and use
the new sys-tray, it didn't show the icons
of the running program.

matttbe :
Thank you for this bug report!

Is it possible to compile the dock in order to have a backtrace of the crash. It's not complicated and explained here => ddd

matttbe, Thursday 05 May 2011 à 18:47 | Quote


Subscription date : 24 January 2009
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and use
the new sys-tray, it didn't show the icons
of the running program.
It's simply because your applications doesn't use the new specification of the Systray 2. I guess it's because you're using Ubuntu 10.04 because a lot of applications now use this new systray.

But do you have the crash too? Is it possible to have the backtrace?

fabounet, Friday 06 May 2011 à 12:12 | Quote


Subscription date : 30 November 2007
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but when I remove the sys-tray-old and use
the new sys-tray, it didn't show the icons
of the running program.

try removing the old, then restart the dock and activate the new. maybe the applications don't see there is a new systray.
also, as Matttbe said, many applications have switched to systray2.0 recently.

about the crash, do you have the old systray in the dock (in a dialog) ? if so, did you try to detach it from the dock, and place it in a corner of your desktop above the other windows ?

Guest, Monday 09 May 2011 à 14:41 | Quote

Hello,

wxuyec showed me what I must do, when upgrading from ubuntu 10:10 to 11:04, the sys-tray does not update with.
So I have removed the sys-tray old and the new uses, now is the problem solved!

thanks for the help,

Greeting joern

Guest, Friday 24 October 2014 à 20:41 | Quote

I love the dock!

Guest, Sunday 16 November 2014 à 19:00 | Quote

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