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#1 2020-05-03 23:23:59

dareios
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Registered: 2020-05-03
Posts: 5

GNOME Shell Whiteout?

1. System: Linux
2. Pluckeye version: 0.98.15
3. Browsers: Chromium

Hello everyone.
Using GNOME as desktop environment
I connected the desktop to Goggle applications
through online accounts,
but these only work if I put a Whiteout.

This does not work:

Program gnome-calendar whiteout
Program gnome-contacts whiteout
Program gnome-control-center whiteout
Program gnome-control-documents whiteout
Program gnome-control-music whiteout
Program gnome-photos whiteout
Program gnome-weather whiteout
Program nautilus whiteout

Please can you suggest me how to make these programs work?

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#2 2020-05-04 21:45:29

RNYC
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Registered: 2017-01-14
Posts: 230

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

I ran my copy of gnome-weather and it was blocked like yours. So in a terminal window I gave the command:

pluck verdicts

and saw that gjs-console was being blocked.

After I allowed gjs-console, the basic features of gnome-weather worked, but the terminal reported that geolocation was disabled.

So play around with the verdicts command and see if that helps with the other apps.

EDIT I just noticed that you are using Pluckeye 98.15...I don't think that supports the verdicts command. So you may want to consider upgrading.

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#3 2020-05-08 21:09:37

dareios
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Registered: 2020-05-03
Posts: 5

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

Thanks for your answer.

Allowing gjs-console I activated gnome-weather
and I have predictions perhaps because I added
the url of the weather service.

Unfortunately the other applications don't work
unless I give it a whiteout.

I have updated pluckeye to the latest version,
but the "pluck verdicts" command only returns me:

$ pluck verdicts
117c: 28: ca151e1e WARNING 0x3049909d
116c: 34: ca151e1e WARNING 0x3049909d

I have tried in vain to allow something based on top and ps.
In particular, I can't access Google Drive with the file manager.
The error is that it cannot reach the server.
Then, if I allow gvfsd-google it replies that the permissions are not enough.

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#4 2020-05-16 16:07:41

dareios
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Registered: 2020-05-03
Posts: 5

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

Hello. Ho set pluckeye to level one.
Now Gnome apps works well, and Chromium seems to block as before. Epiphany run fast on allowed sites and block the sites not allowed even in incognito mode. For the incognito mode of Chromium (and FF) it works without limitations on the entire web, but I disabled this mode by a directive in a json file. Maybe can be enought for now. If I will have more then problems I can will restrict Gnome apps for a while setting level two.
Thanks to Jon and the forum.
Blessings

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#5 2020-05-16 21:42:56

jon
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Registered: 2017-01-10
Posts: 274

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

dareios wrote:

In particular, I can't access Google Drive with the file manager.
The error is that it cannot reach the server.
Then, if I allow gvfsd-google it replies that the permissions are not enough.

I'm afraid that's too vague for me; it would take me awhile to understand and reproduce.

If you provide instructions that take me from:

1. Jon has an Ubuntu 18.04 desktop with Pluckeye installed to

2. Jon can observe the file manager / google drive problem on his machine,

that would help.

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#6 2020-05-21 18:29:23

dareios
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Registered: 2020-05-03
Posts: 5

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

The version of Gnome is 3.36.

At level 2 the error in Nautilus is:

GDBus.Error:gtk.GDBus.UnmappedGDBusError.Quark._rest_2dproxy_2derror_2dquark.Code5:
Impossibile connettersi: Permettersi negato

and the other Gnome apps also don't work with the Google account, but I don't have any error messages

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#7 2020-05-25 15:46:54

r30
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Registered: 2020-05-15
Posts: 6

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

dareios wrote:

The version of Gnome is 3.36.

At level 2 the error in Nautilus is:

GDBus.Error:gtk.GDBus.UnmappedGDBusError.Quark._rest_2dproxy_2derror_2dquark.Code5:
Impossibile connettersi: Permettersi negato

and the other Gnome apps also don't work with the Google account, but I don't have any error messages

Hi Dareios :) Have you found a workaround? I've been looking for a solution to this problem too.

Cheers.

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#8 2020-05-26 09:44:07

dareios
Member
Registered: 2020-05-03
Posts: 5

Re: GNOME Shell Whiteout?

Hello r30 smile
No, I'm not found a real workaround. Only a compromise.
For now I don't use Gnome shell integration with Google apps at level 2 of pluckeye,
If I switch to level 1 the integration works.

Basically I can set a delay for my purpouse at level 2 with a good allowing of useful sites.
For some session I preorder a delay 0 for changing level to 1.

The level 1 is almost good for me, because I disabled incognito mode by myself,
but if I want more strict setting I set to level 2 with a 2 days delay.

So I'm bimodal.... Google apps works even without integration with Gnome, is a style matter.
Imagine that I could also use KDE without that kind of integration.
I simply use a graphical environment for several months.
Archlinux is a rolling distro and gradually if I want to,
I do some renovations that still require some adjustments that I keep for a long time.

For incognito mode disabling at level 1 I found some tips about Chromium and Firefox.
I can suggest some tutorial if is allowed on this forum.

Cheers

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