Op 26 nov. 2017 13:15 schreef "Guus Snijders" email@example.com:
Op 26 nov. 2017 10:52 schreef "Alan E. Davis via arch-general" < firstname.lastname@example.org>:
To clarify, I have been running the same Arch Linux installation for many months, without a hitch. Until this event. [...]
I will reinstall Arch Linux, no doubt, unless I can fix this.
A quicker way may be to try another user first.
My best guesses; you use some desktop environment and it
[...] If the problem is that it auto-starts on logon or whatever, try renaming the wine directory (~/.wine) first.
My apologies; while I was typing the initial response, I failed to take the subject into account. Though my main points stay, the first troubleshooting steps are easy; - log in (on a console, not X) as your "normal" user and rename the wine directory in $HOME. - then login in Gnome and see if the error still appears
If the error is gone, it was something with wine (though I can't see any reason for autostarting wine), and you can work from there.
If the error remains, try another user. If that works, it's something in the gnome config of user 1.
Mvg, Guus Snijders