|Apr 27, 2006, 08:32 PM||#1|
Where can I find a log that will show me the details of what happens when I log into Tiger?
Everytime I log in, there is an app that loads and then quickly closes and I do not know what it is, but I believe it to be the cause of a few problems I've been having.
I see it appear in the dock, but just as the icon furthest to the right (in my case, System Preferences) begins to slide over, it immediately slides back before I have a chance to see anything more than the small black triangle that appears below the would-be-icon if it weren't so instantaneous.
|Apr 27, 2006, 08:36 PM||#2|
Dunno if this helps, but go to Console.app (located in Applications/Utilities), then go to File > Open Quickly and then check out console.log and system.log
although they don't tell you much in terms of exactly what happens, I know that console.log keeps a record of the crashed apps and where crashdump saved the crash report (i.e. appname crashed...crash report written to /Users/username/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/appname.crash.log) and if it's quitting because it crashed, that would help a lot
iPad | 15" MacBook Pro | black (iPhone 3GS|MacBook) | Mac mini server
|Apr 27, 2006, 08:54 PM||#7|
Happens in all accounts.
I do notice that immediately after this app loads and quits/crashes/whatever, the menubar items (all of them at once other than the Spotlight icon) appear.
|Apr 27, 2006, 08:57 PM||#8|
I'm starting to think its the SystemUIServer. Is there anyway I can login and have that process simply not load so I can see if (aside from the lack of a menubar) there aren't any problems?
|Apr 28, 2006, 12:39 AM||#11|
Okay, give us a list of the processes running on your computer straight after start up, before you open any apps. Use Activity Monitor to compile this list.
Some things are better mad...
|Apr 28, 2006, 08:30 AM||#12|
XMenu, KeepSoundAwake, and GrowlHelperApp are in my Login Items list. I have tried logging in without them in that list and it makes no difference.
|Apr 28, 2006, 08:47 AM||#13|
|Apr 28, 2006, 08:57 AM||#14|
Can someone who knows what they are looking at please take a look for me?
Mac:~ Gary$ sudo dmesg Password: standard timeslicing quantum is 10000 us vm_page_bootstrap: 381425 free pages mig_table_max_displ = 70 99 prelinked modules Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. using 3932 buffer headers and 3932 cluster IO buffer headers IOPCCard info: Intel PCIC probe: TI 1510 rev 00 IOI2CController::clientReadI2C cmd key:1017, B:1, A:b0 S:24, L:1, M:3 status:0xe00002ed -IOI2CController::clientReadI2C status = 0xe00002ed AMS::readBytes ERROR: failed to read from I2C AMS::freeFallIntHandler ERROR: failed to read the byte IOI2CController::clientWriteI2C cmd key:1019, B:1, A:b0 S:24, L:1, M:2 status:0xe00002ed -IOI2CController::clientWriteI2C status = 0xe00002ed AMS::writeBytes ERROR: failed to write to I2C AMS::clearInterrupt ERROR: failed to write the bytes, retval = 0xe00002ed AMS::freeFallIntHandler ERROR: failed to clear the interrupt, retval = 0xe00002ed IOI2CController::clientReadI2C cmd key:101b, B:1, A:b0 S:0, L:1, M:3 status:0xe00002ed -IOI2CController::clientReadI2C status = 0xe00002ed AMS::readBytes ERROR: failed to read from I2C AMS::checkResult ERROR: failed to read the bytes AMS::writeCommand ERROR: failed to check the result code AMS::startApp ERROR: failed to send kStartAppComm AMS::start ERROR: startApp failed FireWire (OHCI) Apple ID 31 built-in now active, GUID 001124ff fe7375f0; max speed s800. CSRHIDTransitionDriver::probe: CSRHIDTransitionDriver::start before command Security auditing service present BSM auditing present disabled rooting via boot-uuid from /chosen: AB94D5B0-4470-3588-8CB0-7B78B5448B53 Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</key><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict> Got boot device = IOService:/MacRISC2PE/pci@f4000000/AppleMacRiscPCI/ata-6@D/AppleKauaiATA/ATADeviceNub@0/IOATABlockStorageDriver/IOATABlockStorageDevice/IOBlockStorageDriver/Hitachi HTS541080G9AT00 Media/IOApplePartitionScheme/Untitled@3 BSD root: disk0s3, major 14, minor 2 CSRHIDTransitionDriver::stop IOBluetoothHCIController::start Idle Timer Stopped Jettisoning kernel linker. Resetting IOCatalogue. Matching service count = 0 Matching service count = 1 Matching service count = 1 Matching service count = 1 Matching service count = 1 Matching service count = 1 PRAM: BootBeepVolume property set to 1. IPv6 packet filtering initialized, default to accept, logging disabled UniNEnet: Ethernet address 00:11:24:73:75:f0 AirPortPCI_MM: Ethernet address 00:11:24:2d:97:48 [HCIController][setupHardware] AFH Is Supported ATY,Jasper_A: vram [b8000000:04000000] ATY,Jasper_B: vram [b8000000:04000000] AirPort: Link Active: "wireless" - 00904b0cae8a - chan 6 PRAM: BootBeepVolume property set to 1. USBF: 204. 65 AppleUSBOHCI[0x2757000] Processing WDH before suspending AirPort: Link DOWN (Client disAssoc 0) System Sleep
|Apr 28, 2006, 09:38 AM||#15|
This same problem (or seemingly the same) was occuring on my iMac as well. Somehow, disabling the Volume status icon in the menubar and rebooting seems to have cleared it up. No such joy on the 'book, however.
In fact, disabling EVERY menubar item on my PowerBook did not solve the problem.
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