On 02/28/2014 06:31 AM, Michele Calgaro wrote: >> Looking at tdeio, I selected everything in tdedebugdialog and got the wanted >> reams of output in .xsession-errors > > Interesting. This seems to work for everybody, but not for me. I do exactly the same thing (and tried other things as well), but I don't get anything in my .xsession-errors, not on the terminal in case I launch an application from there. > Any thought? > Thanks > Michele > There is no question when it works -> 1.3 Meg of output dumped to .xsession-errors. To enable it, I just started tdedebugdialog -- all boxes were checked by default -- then just say OK or Apply. It should start dumping reams of data. I just want to know if it is possible to turn it off without unchecking everything and then hitting Apply or OK again. It just seams like there should be a [ ] checkbox in system services to start/stop tdedebugdialog (if not -- that may be a good feature request for the future) Before I did that, I thought I would check if anyone knew if it already existed. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.