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Error the KDE Session Dialog at Startup

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Hello, I am 4.8 user. I don't know why, my KDE always showing dialog contains:

The desktop entry of type
none
is unknown.


It is easy but annoying. Can someone give me advice how to fix it? Thank you :)


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doe this only happen at startup or at random times during your session?

try running the following in krunner
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kbuildsycoca4 --noincremental


if at startup look at your autostart entries systemsettings -> startup & shutdown-> autostart, one of the "Desktop File" entries may be missing a type= entry in the ___________.desktop file


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Only at startup.

Okay, I will try... I will report here if done.


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I have opened my autorun config, but I don't know where is the wrong:

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That is the screenshot. I am glad to get answer :D


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since there are only 2 apps enabled try disabling them and then restarting KDE, if the dialog doesn't appear then one of them is your problem


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I've remove the 2 things, but the error diaog still appear at startup. I don't know, but few days ago I've deleted one item in the Autoruns. I forgot what. Is there any other solution? Thank you for answering me.


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so you think removing something a few days ago in autorun caused it?

you ran kbuildsycoca --noincremental ?

are you starting KDE with a restored or an empty session?


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Does this occur under a new user?


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bcooksley wrote:Does this occur under a new user?

No, I am the only one user in my machine.

I ran empty session. But it is still appear.

Thank you, but is there any other solution? :)


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Please run the following, and paste it's output here:
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cd /usr/share/
grep -ir Type=None *


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Here:


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master@master:~$ cd /usr/share/
master@master:/usr/share$ grep -ir Type=None *
aclocal/libtool.m4:version_type=none
aclocal-1.11/depend.m4:  am_cv_$1_dependencies_compiler_type=none
aclocal-1.11/depend.m4:  am_cv_$1_dependencies_compiler_type=none
app-install/desktop/uck:uck.desktop:X-DCOP-ServiceType=none
app-install/desktop/mandelbulber:mandelbulber.desktop:X-DBUS-StartupType=none
applications/uck.desktop:X-DCOP-ServiceType=none
[b]applications/kde4/kfmclient.desktop:X-DBUS-StartupType=None[/b]
apt-xapian-index/plugins/translated-desc.py:                    dict(idx="Z", qp=None, type=None,
apt-xapian-index/plugins/app-install.py:                    dict(idx="XD", qp=None, type=None,
apt-xapian-index/plugins/app-install.py:                    dict(idx="XDF", qp=None, type=None,
apt-xapian-index/plugins/app-install.py:                    dict(idx="Z", qp=None, type=None,
apt-xapian-index/plugins/descriptions.py:                    dict(idx="Z", qp=None, type=None,
autostart/krunner.desktop:X-DBUS-StartupType=none
grep: calibre/fonts/liberation: No such file or directory
grep: doc/python-simplejson/_static/underscore.js: No such file or directory
grep: doc/python-simplejson/_static/jquery.js: No such file or directory
grep: doc/python-simplejson/_static/searchtools.js: No such file or directory
grep: doc/python-simplejson/_static/sidebar.js: No such file or directory
grep: doc/python-simplejson/_static/doctools.js: No such file or directory
grep: doc/fotoxx/extras/changelog.gz: No such file or directory
grep: doc/libgtk-3-bin/README: No such file or directory
grep: doc/libntrack0/AUTHORS: Too many levels of symbolic links
grep: doc/libntrack0/NEWS.gz: Too many levels of symbolic links
grep: doc/libntrack0/README.gz: Too many levels of symbolic links
grep: doc/libntrack0/changelog.Debian.gz: Too many levels of symbolic links
grep: doc/libgpod-common/changelog.Debian.gz: No such file or directory

Maybe the line bolded is my problem... Thank you admin. I am glad an admin comes and help me ;)


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I'm not so sure... nothing concrete. Could you provide a screenshot of the error dialog in question please, as it may provide more details?


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Okay, sorry for late replying... This is my screenshot:

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Thank you, Admin... :)


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ademalsasaakbar wrote:
bcooksley wrote:Does this occur under a new user?

No, I am the only one user in my machine.

I ran empty session. But it is still appear.

Thank you, but is there any other solution? :)


no, you need to create and login as a new user to determine if it's a system wise or a single user issue


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Please check ~/.kde4/Autostart and ~/.config/autostart for invalid *.desktop files.
Also, try clearing the content of ~/.kde4/share/config/session/ outside KDE. Please note that your session prior to logout, including any running applications will not be restored if you do this (you will get a new session). None of your application settings or data will be affected though.


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