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  1. Hello, I recently ran into the problem that i cannot start applications. After boot i have lightdm working, login to openbox and it shows the recent backgrounds. Not my autostart panel and stuff. As a user i am only able to start xterm, not the usual xfce4-terminal nor any program like firefox. I can run any term as root and firefox too starts like charm, I can su back as user ... but utz@garuda:~$ firefox-bin [1] 7293 segmentation fault firefox-bin utz@garuda:~$ conky conky: conky: couldn't fork() to background: Die Ressource ist zur Zeit nicht verfügbar (resource temporary not available) utz@garuda:/root$ audacious (process:3511): GLib-ERROR **: creating thread 'gdbus': Error creating thread: Die Ressource ist zur Zeit nicht verfügbar [1] 3511 trace trap audacious X seems to be ok so far, but where would i search for errors? cheers Utz Xorg.0.log
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