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#310 fixed Can't log in graphically if quota is exceeded broder quentin

Reported by quentin, 15 years ago.


I just observed a user who wasn't able to log in because he had exceeded his quota; he got as far as the zenity dialog telling him his quota was exceeded, and then the login session completely hung when he pressed the OK button in the dialog. The zenity window hung with the button depressed, and the login didn't continue. I had to walk him through sshing in from another machine to delete some files; that's not something that the average user is expected to be able to do.

#340 fixed Metrics gathering broder jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 15 years ago.


Per discussion at release team, we need a way to identify what Athena is being used for. To start with, we need to be able to differentiate between "Email", "Web", "Academic Software" (defined as some popular -thirdparty packages), and "Other". Possibly also "Writing Code".

#342 fixed Non-GNOME sessions' terminals are broken in Jaunty broder geofft

Reported by geofft, 15 years ago.


Essentially all non-GNOME sessions want you to start off with a terminal, which Debian makes sure is x-terminal-emulator, which is gnome-terminal. At some point between Intrepid and Jaunty, gnome-terminal started failing to launch if gnome-settings-daemon isn't running, rather than just launching with vaguely ugly default settings. This is pretty poor for the usability

We should figure out what's going on here, and work around it somehow, e.g.:

  • Figure out if there's a setting or environment variable to make the lack of gnome-settings-daemon noncritical, or to make it spawn if needed.
  • Start gnome-settings-daemon in every session.
  • Make the non-GNOME sessions use xterm instead.
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