cinnamon and rigo autentication

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cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by nomorelogic » Fri Jul 26, 2013 9:10

Hello everyone
I recently installed a sabayon daily downloaded on July 20, 2013.
Everything went well, is a very good distribution: I also installed cinnamon and everything runs. But I have a strange problem with rigo authentication, just in cinnamon session, after an update last night.
Basically, in a cinnamon session, I try to install a new application but password is not accepted. If try same installation with equo, I have no problem.

I tried to do the same thing with a gnome session and this time all works fine.

Can anyone tell me what could be the reason?

Thanks in advance (and forgive my english).
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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by nomorelogic » Tue Jul 30, 2013 14:21

I still have the same problem.
No one besides me has encountered this error?

The error message prompts me to check the log, where can I find it?
thanks
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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by dunsurfin » Tue Jul 30, 2013 21:07

Which password are you using?

The current way is to use your user password with rigo and root password with equo.
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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by tek640 » Wed Jul 31, 2013 7:19

Same problem for me. In cinnamon session rigo asks password for user sabayon-mce. In gnome-shell everything works fine with user password.
Any solution for the problem?

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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by nomorelogic » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:21

dunsurfin wrote:Which password are you using?

The current way is to use your user password with rigo and root password with equo.


password is correct (I use the same for user and for root :roll: )


Edit:
before the last update I did not have this problem

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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by dunsurfin » Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:02

It sounds as though you may have found a bug as other people have reported it too. So the next step is to report it as one and include any logs that you can. It may be worth looking at .xsession-errors (in your home directory - enable "show hidden files)

Be prepared for rapped knuckles over using the same password for user and root. :)
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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by nomorelogic » Wed Jul 31, 2013 18:39

dunsurfin wrote:It sounds as though you may have found a bug as other people have reported it too. So the next step is to report it as one and include any logs that you can. It may be worth looking at .xsession-errors (in your home directory - enable "show hidden files)


sorry but in my home dir (hidden file enabled) I can't found .xsession-errors file
follow my search

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$ ls -la -R|grep xsession
drwxr-xr-x  3 nomorelogic nomorelogic  4096 25 lug 19.19 lxsession
./.config/lxsession:
./.config/lxsession/LXDE:


other tips to find log?


dunsurfin wrote:Be prepared for rapped knuckles over using the same password for user and root. :)

is a kind of autopilot
:D

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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by dunsurfin » Wed Jul 31, 2013 19:31

nomorelogic wrote:sorry but in my home dir (hidden file enabled) I can't found .xsession-errors file
follow my search

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$ ls -la -R|grep xsession
drwxr-xr-x  3 nomorelogic nomorelogic  4096 25 lug 19.19 lxsession
./.config/lxsession:
./.config/lxsession/LXDE:




You missed the . The file name is ".xsession-errors" I normally just look in the directory with my file manager (in my case that's dolphin).
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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by nomorelogic » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:36

I really can't find this file...
I use systemd, perhaps this is the reason why I can not find it?

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Re: cinnamon and rigo autentication

Post by dunsurfin » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:56

It isn't connected with systemd. Just out of curiosity I installed cinnamon, logged into it, opened nemo, selected to view hidden files and there it was. The file is created when "X" is used so I cannot understand why you can't find it.
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