Description of problem:
Do not know. I was away from the machine at the time. It had tmux running in the forground.
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: sh -c 'eval $POWERLINE_COMMAND tmux left'
runlevel: N 3
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 read_alias_file at localealias.c:258
#1 _nl_expand_alias at localealias.c:188
#2 _nl_find_domain at finddomain.c:118
#3 __dcigettext at dcigettext.c:626
#4 __dcgettext at dcgettext.c:52
#5 notify_of_job_status at jobs.c:3549
#6 notify_and_cleanup at jobs.c:2664
#7 wait_for at jobs.c:2611
#8 execute_command_internal at execute_cmd.c:787
#9 parse_and_execute at evalstring.c:319
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Thanks for the report.
Looking at ABRT-generated files, bash actually crashed in one of the functions in the gettext library bash uses.
Moving to gettext. Hopefully its maintainer will be able to bring some insight into this.
What info is needed? I have not been able to reproduce this recently...
Sorry, my bad, meant to set needinfo to Daiki.
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I am afraid I cannot say anything from the provided backtrace. Perhaps you might want to talk to glibc people if the problem still persists.
John, or anybody, feel free to reopen if this happens again.