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Problem with \"POL is already running\"

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Malamut Dimanche 4 Mai 2008 à 20:36
MalamutAnonymous

Hellow!
I have added to POL my default wine prefix and QIP application in it (ICQ client). But when I run QIP from POL "My applications" tab and then close POL window, I can't then open it before closing QIP because of "POL is already running" error. And there isn't playonlinux process))
Quentin PÂRIS Dimanche 4 Mai 2008 à 21:16
Quentin PÂRIS
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Yep.. Because your apps is a sub process of POL
Malamut Dimanche 4 Mai 2008 à 21:33
MalamutAnonymous

So... How can I open POL window witout closing all application opened with POL? Or I shoudn't close POL window at all if I want use it and don't want closing, for example, uTorrent or QIP running with POL?))) It isn't a good idea!
Malamut Dimanche 4 Mai 2008 à 22:21
MalamutAnonymous

May be you can reduce POL to tray when pressing close button, and if close - than close with all applications?
Quentin PÂRIS Lundi 5 Mai 2008 à 18:17
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

Reduce in the tray yes, close all the applications, no
Malamut Lundi 5 Mai 2008 à 19:22
MalamutAnonymous

Well, only one think is necessary: if you close POL, you shoud have an ability to open it)) So, may be you can do it like uTorrent - always it reduce to tray, even if you press close button on the right top corner, and you can close it only if you choose entry "Exit" in main meny...
lucypher Dimanche 18 Mai 2008 à 20:18
lucypherAnonymous

I have the same issue, I get a window that say "PlayOnLinux is already running"
I've loked at running processes (ps aux) and no pol or playonlinux
Running from shell I get:
playonlinux
PlayOnLinux v2.7.2

Checking python :                     [ Ok ]

...and then the alert window.

Maybe is there some lock or temp file to remove???
Ghostofkendo Dimanche 18 Mai 2008 à 20:25
Ghostofkendo

Hi lucypher,

You can try to kill some process related to python or wine.

bye
Quentin PÂRIS Mardi 27 Mai 2008 à 23:17
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

For the next version, the problem will not appear any more