I would pull the Evolution flatpak version number but Evolution is so totally hung at the moment
that I can't get to the version information without rebooting my system
I built the current version stable version yesterday ( json file attached if that helps ).
However, today any time I see this message
(evolution-addressbook-factory:25): GLib-GIO-WARNING **: 15:28:02.223: Error calling GetManagedObjects() when name owner :1.74 for name org.gnome.Evolution.org.gnome.evolution.dataserver.Sources5 came back: Timeout was reached
appear in the window where I started evolution, it hangs and hangs hard.
On Wed, 2020-04-29 at 15:52 -0500, Anonymous Japhering via
> I built the current version stable version yesterday ( json file
> attached if that helps ).
> However, today any time I see this message
> (evolution-addressbook-factory:25): GLib-GIO-WARNING **:
> 15:28:02.223: Error calling GetManagedObjects() when name owner :1.74
> for name org.gnome.Evolution.org.gnome.evolution.dataserver.Sources5
> came back: Timeout was reached
I see from the attached json that you use the 3.36 runtime, which is
good. Did you update it recently? I know of a problem in libsecret ,
which causes the evolution-source-registry to crash when reading
passwords from the service. The above D-Bus name is for the
evolution-source-registry. I guess it's either stuck or it crashed for
some reason. You can check what your Platform uses with:
(replace 'flathub' with the repository you install evolution from).
$ flatpak run --devel --command=sh org.gnome.Evolution
(flatpak) $ gdb /app/libexec/evolution-source-registry --ex r
when it'll look like it's not doing anything, just break it with Ctrl+C
and then execute:
(gdb) t a a bt
(flatpak) $ exit
The backtrace will show what it does. In case it'll crash (you'd not
need to break it with Ctrl+C), you can just get the backtrace of the
crash. The 'q' command quits the gdb, possibly asking you to kill the
running process (the evolution-source-registry). You can use 'c' for
continue, if you'd like to give it more time.
Please check the backtrace for any private information, like passwords,
email address, server addresses,... I usually search for "pass" at
least (quotes for clarity only), before sharing it anywhere.