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> Fixed: Gpe-filemanager Error, "GPE-ERROR: Error: Invalid URI"
vorondil28
post Mar 13 2006, 12:42 PM
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Hi all.

Installed gpe-filemanager v0.20-r2 on my 6000L under OZ-3.5.3/GPE today to /home/packages/. During install, ipkg didn't give me any errors. Used "ipkg-link add gpe-filemanager" to link it to root. It complained about not finding libs the first time I invoked it, so I manually created links from /home/packages/usr/lib/ to /usr/lib/ for each library it couldn't find (since ipkg also installed the libs it depends on to /home/packages/). Once that was taken care of, gpe-filemanager starts up and immediately gives the error: "Error: Invalid URI" and stays running. For every directory you try to look at it gives the same error. It also seems to exit cleanly and in the terminal I invoked it from, there's a pile of "GPE-ERROR: Error: Invalid URI" lines between prompts.

Here's an example of me invoking, attempting to get listings of four different (and valid) directories, then exiting:

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vorondil@tosa:~$ gpe-filemanager
Installing monitor failed: Invalid URI
GPE-ERROR: Error: Invalid URI
GPE-ERROR: Error: Invalid URI
GPE-ERROR: Error: Invalid URI
GPE-ERROR: Error: Invalid URI
vorondil@tosa:~$ _


(Note that it behaves the same way whether invoked from sh or the icon created in the Utilities folder on the desktop.)


Any idea what I'm doing wrong? unsure.gif
Thanks in advance.
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vorondil28
post Mar 15 2006, 04:54 PM
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Fixed. biggrin.gif

This IRC log led me to believe that w/o gnome-vfs, gpe-filemanager would throw the "invalid URI" error all the time. Thing is, I've had gnome-vfs installed from the start. dry.gif (Ipkg installed it automatically as a depend for gpe-filemanager.)

Turns out I simply forgot to "ipkg-link add gnome-vfs"... /me slaps forehead.

It all works like a charm now. laugh.gif
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