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Hatari UI (python/Gtk script) and Hatari (SDL program) are separate
processes with separate windows. Hatari window is just embedded inside
the Hatari UI window.
Which of these windows didn't go away, and which of the processes had
disappeared from the process list?
On 10/27/2016 03:37 PM, Douglas Little wrote:
Quick update on this... it seems to be resolved now.
Still not sure what was actually wrong - but I figured since Hatari was no
longer in the running process list, the 'zombie' window was at least
partially an Ubuntu (or SDL?) problem rather than a Hatari one.
So I force-reinstalled ubuntu-desktop and some related packages and the
problem went away. The app closes properly now without requiring a reboot.
On 26 October 2016 at 23:46, Douglas Little <doug694@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm having a bit of trouble with Hatari v1.8 on Ubuntu 16.10.
I can launch it and it seems to work ok - until I try to quit.
Upon quitting, it remains stuck in its Unity window. I can drag it around
the desktop, but can't close the thing. It really won't die. However it
doesn't show up in the process list anymore - not as 'hatari' anyway. It
seems to have become detached from its window in some unhelpful way.
This happens if I use the Hatari UI Quit button, or the window close
I've been launching it from the command shell, if that makes any
Any thoughts? Clues? Any useful info welcome. O_o