Native Quartz version of gnucash
madsteer at gmail.com
Mon May 25 13:17:56 PDT 2009
Yeah, I see in that other thread. I can't do that work around, as I only
have the latest version of dbus (1.2.12_5) installed.Here's my output from
launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchAgents/org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist
is there a way to install the older version (1.2.12_4) of dbus, and is it OK
to do that over the newer version (1.2.12_5)?
On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Lenore Horner
<LenoreHorner at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> 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
>> 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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