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#1 2013-07-01 16:06:13

dharma
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GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=25435

How to explain this guy in his post, some aplications are crashing: Sflphone, wireshark, gedit, evince etc... I supose that I have this problem because I use diferentes repositories (squeeze, stable, testing, sid).

(sflphone:12703): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: nautilus.css:86:20: Not using units is deprecated. Assuming 'px'.

(sflphone:12703): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: nautilus.css:145:20: Not using units is deprecated. Assuming 'px'.

(sflphone:12703): Gtk-WARNING **: Style property "border-top-left-radius" is not gettable

(sflphone:12703): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /tmp/buildd/glib2.0-2.36.1/./gobject/gtype.c:4239: type id `0' is invalid

(sflphone:12703): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: can't peek value table for type `<invalid>' which is not currently referenced
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I found some information on: http://osdir.com/ml/gtk-app-devel-list/ … 00113.html

But I don't understood sad

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#2 2013-07-01 18:48:05

annoyingbeggar
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

I was having this problem with certain GTK themes. Does your theme have GTK2 but not GTK3?


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#3 2013-07-01 21:59:07

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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

I believe this came with updating libgtk-3-0.  It is a known issue, as it breaks many a things.  Try Numix as your theme.  Its a great theme, but more importantly, it should fix your issue.  Once we get to that point, you can search for more happy compliant gtk themes.


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#4 2013-07-01 22:28:29

dharma
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

Well,  I fix some aplications with:

sudo apt-get -f install libgtk-3-common/stable

And with delet a lot of things and I reinstall one by one with a similar command (gpass and ettercap from squeeze sources - gedit, wireshark, evince etc from stable sources). But Sflphone, a great SIP client with support for encrytation with SRTP don't work. Now a have a new error, from de same reason (conflict between repos versions of gtk and dependencies).

I'll try Numix too.

Thanks for your pacience.

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#5 2013-07-02 12:18:19

pvsage
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

OK, so, my question for those of you running Jessie and/or Sid is, have you compared the text of Numix and other gtk-3.0 themes that work with the latest libgtk-3.0 vs. the Waldorf theme and others that don't, and actually tried to...I don't know, maybe patch the Waldorf theme so it works with both the stable and testing libgtk-3.0?  I'd be willing to move a Waldorf install to Sid to help out on this front. monkey


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#6 2013-07-02 14:26:58

xoraxiom
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

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#7 2013-07-02 14:44:11

pvsage
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

^ ...specifically, this post mentions a way to patch Waldorf.  Thanks, xoraxiom!


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#8 2013-07-03 18:20:59

dharma
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

Hey guys

Deleting the configuration folder of some aplications, after a downgrade, solve the problem, but one think I have clear - a mixed setup, right now, is very unstable and we can't recommend this use for a begginers.

The gtk and the dbus are crashing. I hope that help the developers with this wonder distro.

My best hopes and thanks

dharma

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#9 2013-07-08 11:25:19

ew
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

Or simply use this version of the Waldorf-theme. It should work with the latest libgtk-3-0. It`s the original Waldorf-theme with a tweak for gtk-3-0.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/a6h6oewgbkf89b1/-TNeo_B-EY

Just click the download-button, choose download as a zip-file. Extract it when downloaded. Rename the folder to waldorf2(that way it will not overwrite your current waldorf-theme) and AS ROOT, copy it to  /usr/share/themes, and select it with lxappearance. To make it work for gtk3 -root-apps, you also need to choose it as root. Just run "sudo lxappearance" to do this.

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#10 2013-07-08 11:43:53

pvsage
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

^ Have you pushed this upstream?  (I hope I'm using the right git terminology...)  Seems this is exactly the kind of thing corenominal shared his git account for.


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#11 2013-07-12 15:16:40

f.zweig
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

I don't think the waldorf-themes are available on Github. https://github.com/corenominal lists only 4 Openbox packages, and SLiMconf.

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#12 2013-07-12 16:00:03

samdraz
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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

create own lines of code in the theme for your error.. it might not be big setup since .. documentation for themes are very good

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#13 2013-07-16 01:57:44

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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

Just a quick note to new people that will encounter this problem. If you are of those that like the waldorf-theme, then you should know that you don`t need to replace the entire theme. The theme contains a folder for gtk2, gtk3, openbox, xfce-notify and xfwm4.

You can continue to use the waldorf-theme as before, and simply replace the gtk-3.0 folder with the gtk-3.0 folder from any theme that works with the new gtk3.... That way, all gtk2-apps will look exactly as they`ve always done, and the gtk3-apps will also work, but of course, they will look somewhat different compared to what they used to with the original gtk3-theme in waldorf. How much different depends on which theme you copy the gtk-3 folder from. I myself used the gtk-3-folder from a forked version of adwaita, and edited it slightly.

If you want to keep your current waldorf-theme, then it`s sufficient to replace the gtk-3.0-folder within /usr/share/themes/waldorf. If you want to test it, you can use this gtk-3.0-folder: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1dcgbhylytxcw4h/H4iAWx4bLI
Download as zip-file, extract the file, and as root, move the extracted folder to /usr/share/themes/waldorf...

PS! If you want to keep a backup of the original gtk-3.0 folder, then just rename it to "gtk-3.0_old" BEFORE you move the new folder into the waldorf theme.

Or of course, use the gtk-3.0 folder from any other working theme.

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#14 2013-09-01 21:05:52

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Re: GLib-GObject-WARNING **: crashing aplications

For people coming to this forum seeking help, I read all the posts.  I went back to EW's comment about adding Waldorf2, giving a dropbox folder to download from.  I tried this and was immediately able to launch Synaptic which was where my problem laid.

So thanks EW you saved me a small headache. big_smile

If this has helped anyone else, would the OP please edit the title to include [SOLVED].  Thanks.

Last edited by Skinnx86 (2013-09-01 21:08:00)

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