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cmdline: /usr/lib/udisks2/udisksd --no-debug
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#2 g_thread_abort at gthread-posix.c:76
#3 g_mutex_lock at gthread-posix.c:211
#4 dispatch_in_thread_func at gdbusinterfaceskeleton.c:507
#5 io_job_thread at gioscheduler.c:162
#7 g_thread_proxy at gthread.c:797
#9 clone at ../sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/x86_64/clone.S:114
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Can you please provide a bit more details about the crash? It seems like a crash during mount operation, would be great to know what kind of device did you try to mount, details on how the mount operation has been spawned and if it's reproducible.
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(In reply to Tomáš Bžatek from comment #11)
> Can you please provide a bit more details about the crash? It seems like a
> crash during mount operation, would be great to know what kind of device did
> you try to mount, details on how the mount operation has been spawned and if
> it's reproducible.
Sorry, this was a while ago. It was a Sansa C240 portable music player with a microSD card in it. It was an intermittent problem. I haven't run into it since, but don't often use that device at the moment, and that was with a different laptop to the one I'm using now, so who knows. I'll just raise a new bug if it happens again, with more detail.