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Redhat GHOME Desktop hang (no response) with blank Desktop

Posted on 2010-09-20
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After exiting my GNOME GUI (Alt-F4) previously, I restarted 'startx' at the text-based console
but it hang & never recovers till I did "killall -9 X" on a separate virtual text console.

Attached the messages file


Let me know any further info needed to troubleshoot this
msgs2.txt
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Hi there!
 just remove the lock directory:
rm -rf /tmp/gconfd-root/lock

Cheers,
t.
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