I miss a lot of icons, including the "close" "minimize" icons that normally are in the titlebars.
I tried this: but it did not work: http://askubuntu.com/questions/294834/s … el-missing
running debian sid
k0e:/home/koe# aptitude search xfce p cairo-dock-xfce-integration-plug-in - Cairo-dock - Xfce integration plug-in p desktopnova-module-xfce - Xfce module for DesktopNova p education-desktop-xfce - Debian Edu Xfce desktop applications p glade-xfce - glade modules for xfce i A gtk2-engines-xfce - GTK+-2.0 theme engine for Xfce p gtk3-engines-xfce - GTK+-3.0 theme engine for Xfce c libxfce4menu-0.1-0 - freedesktop.org compliant menu implementation for Xfce p libxfce4menu-0.1-dbg - debugging symbols for libxfce4menu p libxfce4menu-0.1-dev - Development files for libxfce4menu i A libxfce4ui-1-0 - widget library for Xfce p libxfce4ui-1-dbg - debugging symbols for libxfce4ui p libxfce4ui-1-dev - Development files for libxfce4ui i A libxfce4ui-utils - Utility files for libxfce4ui p libxfce4ui-utils-dbg - debugging symbols for libxfce4ui-utils i A libxfce4util-bin - tools for libxfce4util i A libxfce4util-common - common files for libxfce4util p libxfce4util-dev - Development files for libxfce4util6 i A libxfce4util4 - Utility functions library for Xfce4 p libxfce4util4-dbg - debugging informations for libxfce4util4 i A libxfce4util6 - Utility functions library for Xfce4 p libxfce4util6-dbg - debugging informations for libxfce4util6 c libxfcegui4-4 - Basic GUI C functions for Xfce4 p libxfcegui4-4-dbg - debugging informations for libxfcegui4 p libxfcegui4-dev - Development files for libxfcegui4-4 p live-image-xfce-desktop - live-build configuration for the Xfce desktop live ima p task-xfce-desktop - Xfce desktop environment i A xfce-keyboard-shortcuts - xfce keyboard shortcuts configuration i xfce4 - Meta-package for the Xfce Lightweight Desktop Environm i A xfce4-appfinder - Application finder for the Xfce4 Desktop Environment i xfce4-artwork - additional artwork for the Xfce4 Desktop Environment p xfce4-battery-plugin - battery monitor plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-cellmodem-plugin - cellular modem plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-clipman - clipboard history utility p xfce4-clipman-plugin - clipboard history plugin for Xfce panel p xfce4-cpufreq-plugin - cpufreq information plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-cpugraph-plugin - CPU load graph plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-datetime-plugin - date and time plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-dbg - meta-package for debugging symbols in Xfce p xfce4-dev-tools - Script to help building Xfce from git p xfce4-dict - Dictionary plugin for Xfce4 panel p xfce4-diskperf-plugin - disk performance display plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-fsguard-plugin - filesystem monitor plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-genmon-plugin - Generic Monitor for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-goodies - enhancements for the Xfce4 Desktop Environment p xfce4-hdaps - plugin to indicate the status of HDAPS for the Xfce4 p p xfce4-indicator-plugin - plugin to display information from applications in the p xfce4-linelight-plugin - Search plugin for Xfce panel p xfce4-mailwatch-plugin - mail watcher plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-messenger-plugin - Dbus messages plugin for xfce4-panel i A xfce4-mixer - Xfce mixer application p xfce4-mount-plugin - mount plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-mpc-plugin - Xfce panel plugin which serves as client for MPD music p xfce4-netload-plugin - network load monitor plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-notes - Notes application for the Xfce4 desktop p xfce4-notes-plugin - Notes plugin for the Xfce4 desktop i A xfce4-notifyd - simple, visually-appealing notification daemon for Xfc i A xfce4-panel - panel for Xfce4 desktop environment p xfce4-panel-dbg - debugging informations for xfce4-panel p xfce4-panel-dev - Xfce4 panel development files p xfce4-places-plugin - quick access to folders, documents and removable media p xfce4-power-manager - power manager for Xfce desktop p xfce4-power-manager-data - power manager for Xfce desktop, arch-indep files p xfce4-power-manager-plugins - power manager plugins for Xfce panel p xfce4-quicklauncher-plugin - rapid launcher plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-radio-plugin - v4l radio control plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-screenshooter - screenshots utility for Xfce p xfce4-screenshooter-plugin - transitional dummy package for xfce4-screenshooter p xfce4-sensors-plugin - hardware sensors plugin for the Xfce4 panel i A xfce4-session - Xfce4 Session Manager p xfce4-session-dbg - Xfce4 Session Manager (debug symbols) i xfce4-settings - graphical application for managing Xfce settings p xfce4-smartbookmark-plugin - search the web via the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-systemload-plugin - system load monitor plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-taskmanager - process manager for the Xfce4 Desktop Environment i xfce4-terminal - Xfce terminal emulator p xfce4-terminal-dbg - Xfce terminal emulator - debugging symbols p xfce4-timer-plugin - timer plugin for Xfce panel c xfce4-utils - Various tools for Xfce p xfce4-verve-plugin - Verve (command line) plugin for Xfce panel i A xfce4-volumed - volume keys daemon p xfce4-wavelan-plugin - wavelan status plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-weather-plugin - weather information plugin for the Xfce4 panel p xfce4-wmdock-plugin - Compatibility layer for running WindowMaker dockapps o p xfce4-xkb-plugin - xkb layout switch plugin for the Xfce4 panel
appearantly the reboot fixed it overnight. some of the thing i did must have fixed it, because i had already rebooted twice after upgrading
Hey, I'm having exactly the same problem.
Could you tell me what have you done?
An old thread I know, but it just happened to me on Debian Stretch (at this point of time a Debian Testing version so I excepted some minor bugs but so affecting and after 2+ years?) and Xfce4.12.2
I started to investigate my problem with missing icons in many places over the whole system (including desktop, some apps like VLC or Terminology, window decoration icons, default symbols like directory, Cairo-Dock Applications Menu, Lightdm Greeter and many other). This all leads me to think that it is related to GTK somehow.
Things worth noting:
On the other hand, running strace -f -s4096 -o Thunar-strace.log Thunar reports many ENOENT (No such file or directory) but those might be related with me trying tricks with gtk-update-icon-cache and other $HOME/.icons / $HOME/.local/share/icons moves. No idea.
The wallpaper is gone after this upgrade too…
I have blindly tried different paths mentioned here and there without any success yet.
Any suggestions for the fix are highly appreciate (maybe except for using timeshift backup from before today's dist-upgrade which I have available).
Encourage you to actively interchange ideas/solutions.
I'm thinking about locating, temporarily downgrading and marking the package that introduce all that shit to be on hold for the time it is resolved anyhow or a workaround is present (if you tell me to reinstall the whole OS from scratch then I switch back to Windows! JK, but to dwm at least ).
By the way, hello on the Xfce forums! :-)
EDIT: fixed a path typo and removed manual signature
Last edited by P4 (2015-12-22 06:36:59)
Try updating the gdk-pixbf cache. As root:
Log out and back in again to see if it helps.
It might also be good to clear your sessions cache when not logged in:
rm -rf ~/.cache/sessions
...this might fix those other pesky issues you are seeing.
And welcome to the forums.
Thanks for a quick reply, ToZ.
I logged out, switched to tty1 for root, called gdk-pixbuf-query-loaders --update-cache, validate updated /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/gdk-pixbuf-2.0/2.10.0/loaders.cache, fixed permissions to include a+r (my default umask made the file readable only by root), restarted lightdm service, logged in on tty7 as user. Nothing changed.
Then I logged out and repeated the process again removing user session cache directory in the first step. Sadly nothing changed either.
I also found ~/.xsession-errors to include among other things like:
… (xfce4-session:5872): xfce4-session-WARNING **: xfsm_manager_load_session: Something wrong with /home/user/.cache/sessions/xfce4-session-LOE:0, Does it exist? Permissions issue? … (xfdesktop:5904): Gtk-WARNING **: Error loading theme icon 'image-missing' for stock: Unrecognized image file format (wrapper-1.0:6008): weather-WARNING **: Failed to open fallback icon from standard theme: /usr/share/xfce4/weather/icons/liquid/22/nodata.png (wrapper-1.0:6008): weather-WARNING **: No default icon theme? This should not happen, plugin will crash! … (wrapper-1.0:6008): Gtk-CRITICAL **: IA__gtk_image_set_from_pixbuf: assertion 'GTK_IS_IMAGE (image)' failed …
Basically a lot of errors loading theme icons with unrecognized format and assertion image fails.
The session folder is empty but I believe it dumps data with a logout.
I don't think this log is any helpful…
Let me know if I can check other places for logs or any other ideas, please.
EDIT: That's strange that when I change Icon sets in Appearance Settings e.g. from Tango to Monochrome some of them restores (like the desktop Home and Filesystem)
Last edited by P4 (2015-12-22 07:29:17)
Try reinstalling the librsvg package and updating your mime database:
If this doesn't help, can you post back your ~/.gtkrc-2.0 file (if one exists) and /etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc (if one exists).
And finally, create a new user and log in as that user. That will help you to see if its a system problem or a user-specific problem.
I appreciate your input very much, ToZ. Thank you for that.
However I already resolved the icons issue and I am not exactly sure how.
I simply reviewed packages that I had installed on my system and purged almost all non-crucial one (including XFCE4 stuff) leaving only base system in place.
Then I have rebooted my box, deborphaned the remnants and started installing only those debs which I really require.
That leaded me to have XFCE with no bugs again.
I'm sorry that I gave up investigating the real root cause of this issue but I found it more appropriate to clean my box, specifically before the New Year. ;-)
Thanks for the great desktop environment and hope to stay on the forums active (but due to problems NOT) :-)
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! (-: