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Nautilus 184.108.40.206 crashes if I enter themes:/// (seg fault)..
- Subject: Nautilus 220.127.116.11 crashes if I enter themes:/// (seg fault)..
- From: reigncracks at hotmail.com (Mezz bsdforums.org)
- Date: Thu Apr 17 21:58:47 2003
>On Fri, 2003-04-18 at 00:42, Mezz bsdforums.org wrote:
> > >On Fri, 2003-04-18 at 00:04, Mezz bsdforums.org wrote:
> > > > Here's what I get from the Bug Buddy's Backtrace following:
> > >
> > >Bug-buddy's backtraces can be quite useless sometimes. It might be
> > >better to bind gdb to a running Nautilus then capture the the bt once
> > >dies.
> > How do I stop to get Gnome2 run Nautilus automatic? I stopped fam and it
> > still keep get Nautilus runs by automatic. I tried to use killall and
> > nautilus --quit.. Looks like I will get in Openbox and run Nautilus with
> > gdb.
>Run gdb against the running nautilus PID. For example:
>gdb /usr/X11R6/bin/nautilus 12345
I figured by went to session and change 'restart' to 'normal', then type
nautilus --quit.. It works and thanks for tip. I learn something new and
will use your tip. :-) Anyway, here's a link of gdb nautilus:
> > >[snip]
> > >
> > > >
> > > > If there's something else you want me to do, please let me know.
> > >
> > >I was able to use themes:/// in -STABLE. I wonder if this is a malloc
> > >bug. Can you do ln -s aj /etc/malloc.conf, and see if the problem
> > >persists?
> > The problem still exist with aj.
>Okay. That's weird, because it does work on -STABLE. Hopefully the
>backtrace will prove helpful.
Do I need to reboot or restart Gnome2, when I do that?
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