Native Quartz version of gnucash

Lenore Horner LenoreHorner at
Mon May 25 09:22:59 PDT 2009

On May 25, 2009, at 10:49 , cory steers wrote:

> I can now  start gnucash as my user account.  Only remaining problem  
> is that every time I start gnucash, I get an error dialog and a  
> setup dialog.
> I can see it setting up .gconf.path etc., but I get the "cannot find  
> default values" dialog wanting me to set up every time.  I've tried  
> deleting the .gnucash and .gconfd directories as well as  
> the .gconf.path file.  It recreates all that, but doesn't stop  
> asking me to do setup on subsequent starts.
> Also, I'm getting a 2nd dialog saying "an error occurred while  
> loading or saving configuration information for gnucash.  Some of  
> your configuration settings may not work properly."  Here is a  
> snippet of the console logs, which seems relted:

I think that's dbus not being started.  Go back through the user list  
for proper instructions.  (Two pieces, one with sudo and one without,  
and both with -w so they'll start automagically in the future is what  
I recall.)  I think from recent discussion that what dbus tells you as  
it is installed is not quite correct.


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