W: Failed to fetch http://debian.linuxmint.com/latest/pool/main/libg/libglademm2.4/libglademm-2.4-1c2a_2.6.7-2_amd64.deb
500 Internal Server Error
W: Failed to fetch http://debian.linuxmint.com/latest/pool/main/g/gnome-color-chooser/gnome-color-chooser_0.2.5-1_amd64.deb
404 Not Found
Monsta wrote:There's some issue with this mirror. Switch to another one using Software Sources (or mintsources from the terminal).
Minterator wrote:Another problem: OS randomly starts opening x-caja-desktop windows indefinitely... hundreds of them.
Jim Shaffer wrote:Minterator wrote:Another problem: OS randomly starts opening x-caja-desktop windows indefinitely... hundreds of them.
I just ran into this today and I'd love to know if there's a solution.
I've been testing LMDE in Virtualbox for a while, and the worst problem I had was that sometimes the menu wouldn't appear -- there would be no menu button in the taskbar. But I had also experimented with a lot of themes -- a LOT of themes -- so I assumed that I had somehow broken it with a bad theme. But it always came back if I restarted.
Two days ago I installed LMDE to a partition. Everything seemed OK until today when suddenly I got the infinite x-caja-desktop windows. I don't even know what I was doing when it happened. I managed to log out and back in, when not only did I get the infinite windows again (NOT the TEN windows that I keep seeing bug reports about when trying to search for this problem, an infinite number!), but also the menu button was missing! I shutdown the system by opening a terminal by right-clicking on the desktop and quickly dragging it to a corner that wasn't being covered by caja windows. I rebooted to Windows and haven't gone back since to see if it's going to happen every time. But it's very frustrating that other than you, NOBODY seems to be reporting this same problem.
Monsta wrote:Today's update of Caja (1.6.2-3+lmde) should hopefully fix the issue with these x-caja-desktop windows.
Windowsfree2013 wrote:since the update, i have not had this issue
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