I have installed the Gnome Schedule ( Scheduled tasks ) to automate the backup of the on Ubuntu Lucid computer. The Scheduled tasks run for one time. I added one task and then next time it stoped running. Now everytime i run the application, the icon appears for few seconds in task bar , and application stops. I tried reinstalling and rebooting computer many times but same thing happens . Any solution to this problem? I googled this problem for a long time. I couldn't find the solution for this.
I have found some comments on forum about running the application from terminal , So here it is the output of the warning when ran from terminal,
gnome-schedule /usr/share/gnome-schedule/mainWindow.py:158: DeprecationWarning: Use the new widget gtk.Tooltip tip = gtk.Tooltips () /usr/share/gnome-schedule/mainWindow.py:159: DeprecationWarning: Use the new widget gtk.Tooltip tip.enable () Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/share/gnome-schedule/gnome-schedule.py", line 74, in <module> mainWindow = mainWindow.main(debug_flag, False, pr, manual_poscorrect) File "/usr/share/gnome-schedule/mainWindow.py", line 257, in __init__ self.schedule_reload () File "/usr/share/gnome-schedule/mainWindow.py", line 308, in schedule_reload data = self.at.read () File "/usr/share/gnome-schedule/at.py", line 514, in read array_or_false = self.parse (line) File "/usr/share/gnome-schedule/at.py", line 174, in parse if script[-1] == "\n": IndexError: string index out of range
Found similar post somewhere online here.
I just don't get it , how that worked for that person in that post.