I've just dist-upgraded my Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex, and now I'm experiencing a few little annoying problems...
1- My mouse doesn't work on Xorg, unless I start dbus/hald. And, before anyone asks, dbus and HAL were deactivated due to another annoying problem: hal, for some unknown reason, always managed to disconfigure my keyboard to evdev, messing up with the whole keymap.
2- And talking about keyboards, since the upgrade my keyboard can't accentuate anymore. I can manually set xmodmap, but, really, there's no reason for this not to be made automatically anymore...
3- Also, now gnome-settings-daemon doesn't work, except in GNOME. I usually(actually, almost always, save for two exceptions) use Fluxbox, and this is what I get:
and then any other gnome configuration program will give me tons of error messages I never had before.
# gnome-settings-daemon --no-daemon
** (gnome-settings-daemon:15670): WARNING **: Couldn't connect to session bus: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.
** (gnome-settings-daemon:15670): WARNING **: Could not get a connection to the bus
I'm trying to understand what's going on, since I never had such problems in Hardy, and now Intrepid is making my life actually harder. Not to mention the kernel almost didn't boot. But now the system is upgraded already, so I guess it's up to me to fix it, and I'd appreciate any help.
So, thanks in advance, good morning/afternoon/night and good luck.