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Re: lost customization during xorg upgrade
- Subject: Re: lost customization during xorg upgrade
- From: Valmor de Almeida <val (dot) lists (at) gmail (dot) com>
- Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 14:33:46 -0400
- Message-id: <4ADE028A.firstname.lastname@example.org>
Valmor de Almeida wrote:
> I recently upgraded xorg-serve to 18.104.22.1681-r2 (gentoo linux) and now
> wmaker does not work with my configuration files (I get the window
> error: Window Maker received signal 6).
> Windowmaker was upgraded to 0.92.0-r7 (gentoo); I think. I am not sure
> what version I was running previously. I can get wmaker started by using
> a brand new default GNUStep/. Using wmakerconf I was able to read the
> WindowMaker file which restored some of the my previous configuration.
> Also I copied my previous WMRootMenu file over into GNUStep/Defaults/
> which restored some of my customization. However, I still miss all my
> workspaces, background images (paperwall), window focusing, etc.
> Is there a solution to recover all the customization during these
> upgrades? It is the second time I have seen this happening.
Just to add to this as I am trying to fix it. It appears that the
differences that cause wmaker to crash are in the WindowMaker file
(GNUstep/Defaults/). The newly created WindowMaker file (using
wmakerconf-2.11) did not read all contents from my old WindowMaker file.
For instance the setting I had for WorkspaceSpecificBack =( ... ) did
not get into the new file. If I try to copy the values for this
variable, I get an instant wmaker crash. Other things that did not get
copied are e.g.
Shadow = yes;
AntialiasedText = YES;
MenuTitleExtendSpace = "-1";
VirtualEdgeLeftKey = None;
VirtualEdgeDownKey = None;
NormalCursor = (builtin, left_ptr);
WindowShortcut10Key = None;
NoWindowOverDock = YES;
WindowShortcut1Key = None;
WindowShortcut2Key = None;
MenuTrance = NO;
WindowTitleExtendSpace = "-1";
WindowShortcut3Key = None;
ToggleKbdModeKey = None;
WindowShortcut4Key = None;
WindowShortcut6Key = None;
WorkspaceNameDisplayPosition = center;
MenuTextExtendSpace = "-1";
WindowShortcut7Key = None;
VirtualEdgeUpKey = None;
etc. Don't know whether these will cause a crash if I just copy them
into the WindowMaker file.
Thanks for inputs.
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