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Manfred Whiting (m-whiting) wrote on 2011-09-08: #13 #9 / pacrook - works .. kvark (kvarkno1) wrote on 2011-07-24: #6 I've got the same problem and dbus version is the same too. Starting network connection manager: NetworkManager. Yes. this contact form

Everything is now running from /run symlinked to /run/lock, and it still is showing the error on my boot. Daniel Fletcher (xyzzyman) wrote on 2011-09-24: #15 Had same issue after 11.04>11.10 BETA 2 upgrade. Maximiliano Carjuzaa (maxcarjuzaa) wrote on 2011-10-15: #31 Same problem on my notebook, I fixed partially following the instructions in this email however i sill have to wait the hole "waiting 60 pid ES: Realmente nada funciona. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10158684/connecting-to-dbus-over-tcp

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is there any work around ? Stopping network connection manager: NetworkManager. Belhorma Bendebiche (saziel) wrote on 2011-10-30: #54 I have the same problem on a fresh install of oneiric since initially rebooting it.

The shutting down issue never stopped me from booting up, but this new 11.10 upgrade was a bad idea. This is my setup: DBUS 1.0.1 PolicyKit 0.2 HAL Kernel XFCE 4.4 Anyway, after installing NetworkManager, I tried to run "nm-applet" in a terminal, to see if I got Reload to refresh your session. Dbus Vs Sockets If rm fails, try umount -fl then attempt rm again.

Preparing to replace gthumb 3:2.10.8-1+lenny2 (using .../gthumb_3%3a2.10.8-1+lenny2_amd64.deb) ... Dbus Over Network The good thing is that you provided simple instructions for fixing the problem and they work. Does this use of std::make_unique lead to non-unique pointers? my response Fresh Arch install, fresh scribes install, still all fail...Does the package maintainer of Scribes even use the program?

palewire (ben-welsh) wrote on 2011-10-15: #41 I had this bug on my Dell Inspiron laptop, which I upgraded from 11.04 to 11.10. Python Dbus Adv Reply August 23rd, 2011 #2 kasans View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Jul 2010 Beans 10 Re: dbus problem I've archived some van der Laan (laanwj) wrote on 2011-11-13: #59 Solution #24 just solved my boot issues with Oneiric, which had just appeared. I can not believe this is happening.

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Reloading system message bus config...Failed to open connection to "system" message bus: Failed to connect to socket /usr/local/var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: Connection refused invoke-rc.d: initscript dbus, action "force-reload" failed. https://github.com/130s/compenv_ubuntu/issues/55 I also tried Quote: Peeths001:~# apt-get install dhcdbd Reading package lists... Dbus Over Tcp Where did the popularity of the `i` variable come from? Failed To Connect To Socket /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: Connection Refused This is repeating for more then 42 levels in dept.

Comment 15 Michal Schmidt 2011-06-10 07:28:15 EDT The dmesg attachment shows a boot of an old kernel. weblink Setting up gtkhtml3.14 (3.18.3-1) ... I'll leave this to Karel. 2) We still have no idea what process spawns the extra mount on your system. Digulla-hepe (digulla-hepe) wrote on 2011-10-14: #25 Try the recipe from comment #24 if you see these errors during boot: Waiting for network configuration... Failed To Connect To Socket /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: No Such File Or Directory

All seem to work flawlessly but after an reboot keyboard and mouse are not responding under X11. I just installed Arch. But even when I went to level 5 and ran the command from a CLI window, I got the same error. navigate here When booting it says "While mounting /var/lock there was an error." (translated) The reason is, that there is no /run/lock directory, although I created it and created it again.

Comment 19 Michal Schmidt 2011-07-02 21:03:50 EDT ... Dbus-daemon now its working fine .......... Given the above, can I really move the latter set of sub-directories (/var/run) over to the former (/run)?

Either the second /var mount is done without going via /bin/mount, or the kernel is doing something weird.

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  4. The kernel does not seem to have any trouble laying more and more bind mounts one after another.
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With Sysreq + r and e I can reach the console and in Xorg.0.log I get the same error message as described here (Failed to connect to socket /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: Connection refused). The only other files I touched were the 10-auth.conf, 10-mail.conf and 10-master.conf from /etc/dovecot/conf.d to fix an acess isssue with my mail system. But it does not really matter, as we got the important information anyway. (In reply to comment #24) > I see that first "/var" is mounted by systemd, but then "/run" Socat I fixed the problem with the commands from #9 Woko (wolfram-koehn) wrote on 2011-10-16: #45 Otavio: In my case the '/run' directory also existed, so I simply omitted the 'mkdir' and

Trying to activate GUI testing dbus error (fix #55) 35aa304 130s closed this in 35aa304 Jul 9, 2016 Sign up for free to join this conversation on Note: the disable flag is not recognized by dbus < 1.6.12, so you need to package different versions of mydaemon.conf depending on systen), else dbus-daemon will fail on launch if no Jul 4 04:11:22 bloody kernel: [ 16.203539] systemd[1]: Got SIGCHLD for process 550 (mount.real) Jul 4 04:11:22 bloody kernel: [ 16.204296] systemd[1]: Child 550 belongs to dev-mqueue.mount Jul 4 04:11:22 bloody http://davegaubatz.com/failed-to/orc-must-die-failed-to-initialize-engine-hatasi.html Turned out I didn't compile Jack with alsa enabled.

Irving Duran (blacknred0) wrote on 2011-11-12: #58 indeed solution #24 worked for me as well on 11.10. And maybe that's correct behaviour. > Anyway, it seems like a duplicate to the bug #701176 (try "chkconfig sandbox > off" if you have policycoreutils >= 2.0.86-7). Setting up dbus (1.2.1-5+lenny1) ... The shutdown bug is not fixed (this all although I create the directory manually).

But this issue is still there. There's a transition happening from /var/run to /run see bug #807306. Opts: (null) Jul 4 04:11:22 bloody kernel: [ 9.600096] systemd[1]: Received SIGCHLD from PID 293 (mount.real). The issue with 'Restart to complete system updates' even when I haven't ran any updates still happens so may be unrelated.

dpkg: error processing network-manager (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of network-manager-gnome: network-manager-gnome depends on network-manager (>= 0.6.5); however: Package network-manager is not configured yet. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. I am now convinced the double /var mount was due to the util-linux bug, because I could reproduce it by: yum downgrade util-linux libmount libblkid libuuid && reboot And I have I was hoping there would be a second 'MMM mount /var' in the log somewhere, but it isn't.

Starting System Tools Backends: system-tools-backends. after that the system bootups. Dec 31 12:07:00 Peeths001 kernel: [ 16.537056] kjournald starting. Last edited by peeths003; 01-01-2010 at 02:24 AM.

And don't forget to do changes as told in 24 in the console to use ctr-alt-f1, otherwise you get messages of files/directory's you can not delete. * What i also did Other than foregoing the relinking of /var, (and I would prefer to keep it as it is because I have an ever increasing IMAP store for my e-mail in there) is share|improve this answer edited Nov 16 '13 at 0:29 answered Nov 7 '12 at 18:35 evadeflow 1,6181322 Just an FYI, I needed something like this for mine to work Good Luck! –hochl Apr 15 '12 at 10:42 1 you can forward tcp packets using socat to local unix socket - that way you don't need to restart dbus daemon.