NeroLINUX is not starting on KDE Environment

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#1

On KDE environment, when I try to start NeroLINUX appears the message:
“/home/cviniciusm/.kde/share/config/gtkrc:37: error: unexpected identifier gtk-alternative-button-order', expected keyword - e.g.style’
segmentation fault”.

On Gnome environment, NeroLINUX starts successfully.

How to resolve this problem, please?

OS: Fedora Core 3
NeroLINUX: 2.0.0.1

TIA,
Vinicius.


#2

It seems your KDE has set it’s own GTK config for it’s theme, but that it’s theme is incorrectly written (causing the crash).

Try delete the gtk config file:
rm -f /home/cviniciusm/.kde/share/config/gtkrc

Then try nero again. Do/did other GTK-1 applications crash too like NeroLINUX?


#3

The file gtkrc was deleted, but it is showing “segmentation fault” only, so the NeroLINUX doesn’t start.

I was wrong, because the application is not working on both KDE e Gnome. A few days ago, the NeroLinux was working.

The /var/log/messages is showing “avc-denied” for nero.

TIA,
Vinicius.


#4

It’s a SELinux problem, it was resolved by:

"# chcon -t texrel_shlib_t /usr/share/nero/libMmc.so

chcon -t texrel_shlib_t /usr/share/nero/libImage.so

setsebool -P allow_execmode=1"

see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=157133#c1

Thanks,
Vinicius.


#5

And “# chcon -t texrel_shlib_t /usr/share/nero/libCDROM.so”, too.


#6

I think a good idea is to allow all the .so files located in /usr/share/nero. They are all needed soon or later when using NeroLINUX.


#7

Yes, I did do this.

Thanks,
Vinicius.