Let's see if menu pre-leoading is mistimed. Please take the following steps.
Hit Alt+F2 on your keyboard and run the following line:
gksu geany /etc/xdg/xdg-uberstudent/autostart/xfce4-popup-applicationsmenu.desktop
On line 5, comment out the line by adding a #
before it so the line looks like the following:
#Exec=sh -c "sleep 15; xfce4-popup-applicationsmenu;" &&
Save the file and reboot.
If you still get the error, please revert the changes you just made
As for these next steps, I realize it is fair amount of work for a minor annoyance, but this is the only way I can gather the info I need to understand and perhaps fix the problem. So if you wish, please take the following steps. What we will be doing is setting up a temporary situation on your machine to log dbus actions while the error happens and write them to a file so you can share the result of that file with me. That way, I have the info I must have to see what's going on. The steps will be educational
and could help any other users experiencing this issue.
Here are the steps:
Copy the below code block to your clipboard, hit F12 on your keyboard, paste it in to guake terminal using Ctrl+Shift+V, and then run it by hitting Enter twice
. Creates an autorun for dbus-monitor
echo "[Desktop Entry]
Exec=xterm -hold -e 'bash -c dbus-monitor | tee $HOME/Desktop/dbus-error.log'
Terminal=false" > $HOME/.config/autostart/dbus-monitor.desktop
Next, run the following code line:Allows the desktop file to be executed
chmod 777 $HOME/.config/autostart/dbus-monitor.desktop
This is all very important so please print these directions out now and get a good handle on them before your next reboot, and follow them carefully during your next reboot:
Reboot your machine. A terminal window will open as soon as you reboot. It will be logging the output of dbus-message. Leave it be, let it do so.
The dbus error message dialog you originally posted about should then shortly display. When it does, as soon as you can, click to exit out of it. Then, as soon as you can, exit out of the dbus-message terminal window that opened at boot-up. Once you have exited out of both, you will then find a text file on your Desktop titled dbus-error.log
. That's the info I need
. Please attach that file to your next post, or copy and paste the contents of it in to your next post.
To stop dbus-monitor terminal from running again--to revert this temporary situation I've just had you create--simply run the following in a terminal, hitting Enter twice
NoDisplay=true" >> $HOME/.config/autostart/dbus-monitor.desktop