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I experienced regular XQF nasty crashes since a few days.
Current XQF version (debian 1.0.5-1) crashes when I click on a server.
This is reproductible. And did not occurred before last update.
LibC is currently 2.7-5 (debian testing).
Steps to reproduce:
- start xqf
- update or not this doesn't matters
- enable filter server
- click on a server
=> crash !
I join the output and the strace log.
From: Ludwig Nussel <ludwig.nussel@gm...> - 2008-01-11 22:00:54
Michel BRIAND wrote:
> I experienced regular XQF nasty crashes since a few days.
> Current XQF version (debian 1.0.5-1) crashes when I click on a server.
> This is reproductible. And did not occurred before last update.
The log shows that xqf does not match your libGeoIP. GeoIP silently
changed ABI so xqf needs to be rebuilt. Unlikely the reason vor your
strace is mostly useless for crashes, the output fortunately
includes a backtrace produced by glibc though. That backtrace
indicates that the crash happens somewhere inside glib/gtk. Probably
yet another case of some wrong function arguments. I don't use GTK2
for xqf so someone else has to debug this.
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