I have a thread in the Debian forums about it if anyone can help me out.
I think the issue has something to do with the Synergy server. I've got a script running at the lightdm greeter and the lightdm session so I have synergy at the login screen and right after logging in.
This must be an issue with lightdm or XFCE because I didn't have this issue running SolusOS which uses gdm and Gnome (I think).
To sum up my issue:
When I have Synergy automatically started before logging in with XFCE4 I get a message box saying "System tray is unavailable, quitting"
I have a greeter script and a session script pointed to from /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf. This worked fine in SolusOS but not in Debian 7.1.0 w/ XFCE4.
My script is as follows (same script for greeter and session):
#!/bin/sh # # This script runs before logging in # # kill any running synergy server, wait, start a new server /usr/bin/killall -9 synergy sleep 1 /usr/bin/synergy exit 0
Last edited by monkadelicd (2013-09-16 16:34:36)
*just a little bump to keep me going*