On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 9:47 AM, Christian Apeltauer <c.apeltauer@gmx....> wrote: > Am Mon, 19 Sep 2011 12:40:22 +1000 > schrieb David Seikel <onefang@gmai...>: >> On Sun, 18 Sep 2011 10:30:47 -0400 mh <mheyes@memb...> wrote: >> >> > Don't know. Tried everything, all the suggestions and hints from >> > googling, reinstalling everything from svn, at 63455 now. Elsa >> > starts, can't type in user name but can select it from the user >> > list, can't type in password. Can reboot etc from Elsa. >> > >> > In /var/log/elsa.log still see "ERR<2324>: edge edge_tuil.c:2442 >> > edge_object_size_min_restricted_calc() >> > file /usr/local/sare/elsa/themes/default.edj, group elsa has a >> > non-fixed part 'password'. Adding 'fined: 1 1;' to source EDC may >> > help. Continuing discarding faulty part." No idea on that. >> > >> > Elsa looks great, gdm3 awful. This class is very hard. >> > >> > >> > On Sep 16, 2011, at 5:04 PM, mh wrote: >> > >> > > I found that there was a /usr/local/etc/pam.d/elsa file. e17 is >> > > installed here in /usr/local, so that makes sense. I saved this >> > > file to elsa.orig and then copied my /etc/pam.d/gdm file >> > > to /usr/local/etc/pam.d/elsa as Jeff suggested, but still had the >> > > same result. If it's a pam issue, is there some other path or env >> > > that needs to be changed because of the install to /usr/local/? >> >> You may have done that the wrong way >> around. /usr/local/etc/pam.d/elsa would be where compiling elsa put >> it's own PAM file, but your system is likely looking for PAM files >> in /etc/pam.d. So copy the first (the one you saved) into the second. >> >> On the other hand, sounds like you just can't type stuff, user name OR >> password. I'll give the standard advice - compile all the EFL AND >> elsa from the same SVN revision, and make sure to clean out ALL old >> versions of both first. Might be useful to keep an eye on the >> enlightenment-cvs@list... mailing list, see if there are >> any new bug fixes. >> > > Since Friday 9th September I am suffering from the same problem as mh. > Neither the user nor the password entry accept any input. I have rebuild all of EFL and elsa twice since then, so far > without success. Adding the line suggested by elsa.log to beaumonts.edc > did not resolve the problem either. But all entries work fine under > elementary_test.
Yes, there is a bug introduced somewhere in elementary or below that broke elsa use of elm entry. Michael is aware of that, but it would help, if you could point to the previous svn version that worked and the first one that was borked.