Author: Dr. Nikolaus Klepp Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] couldn't register with accessibility bus in Beowulf
Anno domini 2020 Wed, 25 Mar 16:31:48 -0700
Gregory Nowak scripsit: > On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 08:18:12AM +0100, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote:
> > Stupid question: are you sure this is the showstopper? I have the same error message, but everything works as normal.
> I am very, very sure this is the show stopper. Are you using orca, or
> looking at your monitor?
Oh my, I read "ocra", not "orca", sorry ...
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 08:06:22AM +0000, Daniel Abrecht via Dng wrote:
> > To me, it seams to be caused by a combination of something `lightdm` does,
> > and something `at-spi-bus-launcher` does not do.
> > After a login with `lightdm`, the X11 root window has the `AT_SPI_BUS`
> > property set (`xprop -root AT_SPI_BUS`), however, it seams the
> > `at-spi-bus-launcher`/`at-spi2-registryd` instance which created that
> > property does not exist anymore, causing applications to fail to connect to
> > it. In addition to this, the presence of that property prevents a new
> > instance of `at-spi-bus-launcher`
> > from starting.
> Thanks, that explanation does make sense.
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 10:06:57AM +0000, Mark Hindley wrote:
> > I can conform that slim seems to do the right thing at the AT_SPI_BUS is set and
> > available.
> That makes sense, since slim doesn't have ATSPI support as far as I
> know, where as lightdm does through lightdm-gtk-greeter.
> > That bug also suggests another workaround of setting 'xserver-share=false' in
> > /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf which also seems to work.
> OK, I'll explore that along with the other solution you mentioned.
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 10:51:18AM +0000, Mark Hindley wrote:
> > There are also the most recent comments in Debian bug #911362 which relates
> > to Buster and lightdm.
> > Does installing libatk-adaptor help?
> I'll report back on this too when I have access to the machine I did
> the install on in a few hours. Thanks everyone.
Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA, CIA ...
This message was posted to the following mailing lists: