Comment 1 for bug 222852

Peter Wagner (o-petris) wrote :

I have the same problem, unable to work in Ubuntu. Possibly it was caused after a TAR installation of an ica Client from their download site. In the Czech wiki, this is recommended even if Citrix offers only SuSe and redhat solutions (as "Linux"). But maybe I've overseen something, because finally it didn't work. The problems arised from the next (?) reboot.

No matter. Now I've no idea how to get back into. I've tried to remove user related settings (.gconf, .gconfd, .config, .gnome2), no improvement.
I've entered gconftool-2 --set "/apps/gnome-power-manager/buttons/power" --type string "nothing", no change. Even the gnome-power-manager directory didn't appear.
I've tried also to generate the XML file at this location, no change.

I have a Celeron 1.7 GHz desktop, 1.25 GB DDR-2, 2 SATA disks