Bug#747552: mate-power-manager creates popups as persistent, regular windows; leads to huge marco / window switching slowdown

Petr Baudis pasky at ucw.cz
Sun May 11 18:53:12 UTC 2014


On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 02:15:23PM +0200, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
> Are you sure? I actually have working pop-up notifications with
> notification-daemon installed while mate-notification-daemon is not
> installed on Mate.
> In my experience, many many problems with Mate on Debian are resolved
> by doing a fresh install. The mixture of packages from the upstream
> repositories and the packages in unstable is a reliable source of these
> problems, especially when different configuration files conflict
> with each other.

  Hmm, if you thing this is the reason notification-daemon doesn't work
for me, I'll leave that be (though I can't quite see how that would be).

> I also had the problem that my laptop would go back to suspend right
> after resuming in Mate, so it would always take me two attempts to
> resume my laptop from sleep.

  That might have been


> People shouldn't use software which is split across so many packages
> until it has been uploaded in full to the archives or they should
> refrain from filing bug reports.

  Well, these eager early adopters are some of the people most likely to
even bother filing bugs in general. :-)

				Petr "Pasky" Baudis

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