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Getting a Dbus error "Error sprers.eu: cannot use setting "default-url-scheme-handler": not allowed" #
Describe the bug
Starting teams-for-linux on the command line generates this error:
Looking at dmesg, I see the following:
The error looks similar to #, however I can open links in my teams app just fine.
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
- install the teams app
- start the teams app from the command line
- see the error
Shouldn't see the error.
If applicable, dbus error org.freedesktop, add screenshots to help explain your problem.
Desktop (please complete the following information):
- OS: Ubuntu
- Installation package: snap
This issue references a similar error (sprers.eu). I'm not dbus error org.freedesktop if this is related to the pulseaudio interface:
How to resolve D-Bus errors in the BLE device service
level=ERROR ts=TZ app=device-ble msg="[dbus_get_property] D-Bus (sprers.eunObject):(Method "Get" with signature "ss" on interface "sprers.euties" doesn't exist)" level=ERROR ts=TZ app=device-ble msg="[ble_connect_device] D-Bus (sprers.eunObject):(Method "Connect" with signature "" on interface "sprers.eu1" doesn't exist)"
The BLE device service runs on D-Bus and BlueZ. It speaks to BLE devices using the BlueZ stack via D-Bus. As such, the device service can on occasion run into issues caused by D-Bus and BlueZ, dbus error org.freedesktop do not originate from EdgeXpert.
These appear in the device service logs, and can be similar to the below:
These usually result from a connection error - usually because the device attempting to be connected to has not yet been added to the Bluez list of devices yet, for a variety of reasons. These issues have been reported shmgrate.exe application error number of times online with other users of BlueZ and D-Bus, so if you cannot find an appropriate solution here, please also check online.
However, here are some dbus error org.freedesktop we’ve found are often helpful when encountering D-Bus/BlueZ errors.
One of the best ways to solve D-Bus issues is by troubleshooting with “bluetoothctl”. BlueZ comes with a command-line tool (bluetoothctl) which communicates with its own stack via D-Bus.
You can use bluetoothctl to discover which devices are available. This can be used either by entering the “bluetoothctl <option>”, or by running the tool by simply entering “bluetoothctl” and entering the desired command options as desired. The "list" option should list the devices present. There are also a number of other options available, including: scan, discovery settings, dbus error org.freedesktop, trust settings, and blocking capabilities, along with many more. By entering “bluetoothctl help”, you can see a list of all capabilities.
An example using the command-line tool to scan for devices, connecting to one, reading device info and its GATT profile is shown below:$ bluetoothctl [bluetooth]# scan on [bluetooth]# scan off [bluetooth]# connect <device mac address> [bluetooth]# info <device mac address> [bluetooth]# menu gatt [bluetooth]# list-attributes <device mac address> [bluetooth]# back [bluetooth]# exit
For help use:$ bluetoothctl [bluetooth]# help
On occasion, the problem is caused simply from bluetooth being turned off. In this case, try “bluetoothctl power on”.
Sometimes the device has been blocked or disabled, dbus error org.freedesktop. The status of devices can be checked with the following command: “rfkill list”. This will show the connected devices, and whether they are soft- or hard-blocked, dbus error org.freedesktop. If it is deemed safe to do so, port 1 reset error can be unblocked with the command “rfkill unblock all” which will enable all connected wireless devices, or the desired device can be specified with “rfkill unblock <device>”. For more information on this, check out the documentation for application gps.exe encountered a serious error sprers.eu
Manual reinstallation of libraries
Some customers have reported success by manually reinstalling the following packages: “libglib”, “libglibdev”, “libdbusdev”, “libudev-dev”, dbus error org.freedesktop, “libical-dev”, “libreadline-dev”, “libusbdev”.
For roughly a week now I am sometimes getting "the bug". When "the bug" is present, I cannot start a terminal or thunderbird (some programs work; unsure why), dbus error org.freedesktop. When I try to shutdown the system I get and it doesn't.
When I first lock the screen and then press the shutdown button while the screen is locked, the system shuts down as expected. On reboot "the bug" is gone.
I am unsure what causes dbus error org.freedesktop, but have the feeling Thunderbird might be involved. I am unsure how to debug the issue to write a proper bug report if it really is a bug in Xubuntu.
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- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
- The automatically closes when launched in a GUI session.
- Unable to start application on the system?
The problem is caused by multiple versions of the package on the system.
The following steps can be followed to solve the problem:
1- Check the installed version of the packages:
2- If there is more than one version of installed on the system, remove the old version of the package:
3- Reinstall the latest version of the package:
Root Dbus error org.freedesktop versions of the package installed on the system.
- Relevant errors seen in /var/log/messages:
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dialog with error "sprers.euiled: Failed to execute program sprers.euism: Permission denied" displayed after login dbus error org.freedesktop login a dialog with error `sprers.euiled: Failed to execute program sprers.euism: Permission denied` is displayed. It doesn't seem to relate to any error because bluetooth functions fine and it's unhelpful because it doesn't contain instructions what to do.
Package: bluetooth ubuntu2
Uname: Linux generic x86_64
Date: Sat Feb 6
InstallationDate: Installed on ( days ago)
InstallationMedia: Ubuntu "Raring Ringtail" - Release amd64 ()
InterestingModules: rfcomm bnep btusb bluetooth
MachineType: LENOVO IdeaPad U
ProcKernelCmdLine: BOOT_IMAGE=/vmlinuzgeneric root=UUID=8ca2-a3a8-df0ac08 ro rootflags=subvol=ubuntu-main-root quiet splash sprers.euf=7
UpgradeStatus: Upgraded to wily on (79 days ago)
sprers.eu: Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
sprers.eu: No Asset Tag
sprers.eun: WIN8 STD MLT
sprers.eu: No Asset Tag
sprers.eun: Lenovo U
sprers.eu: IdeaPad U
sprers.eun: Lenovo U
hci0: Type: BR/EDR Bus: USB
BD Address: A6:CB5 ACL MTU: SCO MTU:
UP RUNNING PSCAN ISCAN
RX bytes acl sco:0 events errors:0
TX bytes acl sco:0 commands errors:0