Restarted my computer, and noticed that Thunderbird which is set to auto-start did not start. So I clicked on the icon on the taskbar, the box highlighted the icon, the cursor spun around for a minute and then just quit. I tried clicking the icon on my Cairo dock, and going into the start programs folder and clicking there, same thing. I tried to start it with a terminal command and got this error:
(process:3354): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_slice_set_config: assertion `sys_page_size == 0' failed
I tried reinstalling with Synaptic, still no luck. I don't want to uninstall and lose all my settings unless I just have to. So does anyone have any other ideas, before I uninstall?
EDIT New Info; ardvark, I did post on both boards because I don't know if its a TB problem, or a Ubuntu problem. Now the response I got over there lead me to open system monitor and I found that TB was still running in the processes, so I ended the process, still would not start, Then had to do a gksudo nautilus, and delete a lock, and parentlock file inside the TB folder. Tried to start the TB -profilemanager, error said file did not exist. Uninstalled and reinstalled tried to start nothing, tried to start with terminal and got the error
(process:3637): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_slice_set_config: assertion `sys_page_size == 0' failed
Then I noticed that I am still getting my new email msg popups. So it's running somewhere.
vfbsilva First that was the whole error msg (on both of them). I tried to start with the command "sudo thunderbird" error was
(process:4261): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_slice_set_config: assertion `sys_page_size == 0' failed (thunderbird:4261): IBUS-WARNING **: The owner of /home/robby/.config/ibus/bus is not root! 07:32:15 INFO firetray.Handler OS=Linux, ABI=x86_64-gcc3, XULrunner=17.0.8 07:32:15 INFO firetray.Handler inMailApp=true, inBrowserApp=false, appHasChat=true 07:32:15 INFO firetray.Handler isChatProvided=true
The link you gave me was for FF, and I was unsure how to change the chown command to point to TB. Everyone thanks for the responses.