let us know,
That one installed ok, but two things were immediately apparent:
1. Terminal didn't work at all: Message of no such file. Looking at the package, XFCE Terminal wasn't included in the testing one, but it was in the 4.4.0 version. Other traditional xterms worked.
2. Kiosk mode isn't working at all. This may be due to the install clobbering some config files. I'll have to do more digging to find out what's going on with this. Kiosk mode is critical for my application, and the XFCE folks supposedly fixed a bug I reported to them in this version, so it should still be a feature.
I'd suggest doing a compare of the package file listing between the VL 5.8 XFCE 4.4.0 and the new 4.4.1 to see what else besides Terminal might be missing or of there's any obvious differences that might have bad effects on an in-place upgrade.
I'll look into the kiosk issue and do more in-depth looking into the various menus, etc. and report on what I find soon, but it will be tomorrow at the earliest.
Thanks again for a quick reply!UPDATE:
Two other quick observations:
1. Volume control has vanished from the panel and xfce-setting-show No sound control executables seem to be in the package list (although icons/graphics are there).
2. File manager in xfce-setting-show complains: "Either not compiled for Dbus support, or Dbus support not configured properly"UPDATE-2:
There's a major disconnect regarding where certain config and other files are kept. VL 4.4.0 put stuff as follows:
...and so on...
The testing version puts stuff as follows:
While it likely doesn't matter where stuff goes on a totally fresh new install, moving locations between versions is breaking things trying to do an in-place upgrade.
I don't know what the VL file location conventions are/should be, but unless there's good reason, things should be whereever XFCE documentation says so that it won't become a confusing nightmare when looking for various files.
Before going further, I'll wait for a resolution of the above issues.