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Subject2.6.25-rc1/2 regression: first-time login into gnome fails


I have a very strange, but fully reproducible, regression with
2.6.25-rc1 -rc2. I have an ubuntu 7.10 fully updated.

The first time after boot, when I login to gnome (through gdm)
the login half-fails with a Setting Daemon error: failed to connect to
socket /tmp/dbus-<some random stuff>: connection refused. Nothing in the
logs, and there is no such socket in /tmp.

If I log out and then log in again, all works ok.

With there is no such a problem.

.config, dmesg (2M buffer size) and syslog here:


(Back to, because ndiswrapper broke again, and ath5k doesn't
like (yet) my atheros adapter...)

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