Le vendredi 06 juin 2014 à 11:17 -0400, Stephen Allen a écrit :
> Running Gnome-Shell 3.8.x on Debian Jessie, after installing
> Google-Web-Designer the following message is presented:
> Setting up google-webdesigner (188.8.131.52-1) ...
> Error in file "/usr/share/gnome/applications/display.im6.desktop":
> "NoDisplay=true" is an invalid MIME type ("NoDisplay=true" does not
> contain a subtype)
This message is proof that this package’s postinst script is doing
completely unneeded or irrelevant stuff. (There is a real bug here which
is #692141, fixed in svn, but it’s unrelated.)
> Which results in the application showing up without any toolbars or
> "chrome" just a blank shell.
Tell Google to stop writing hundreds of useless lines in their postinst
> Any idea what's wrong/needed to fix this? Google's page says it's
> compatible with Debian/Ubuntu.
Apparently, it is not. All of freedesktop stuff is automatically handled
by triggers, in both Debian and Ubuntu. What this package does risks
breaking your system.