Trying to start a screencast in GNOME Shell on Wayland reproducibly causes the Shell to crash. Unfortunately I can't easily report the crash, because abrt considers the generated report to be un-submittable:
[adamw@xps13 ~]$ abrt-cli report /var/tmp/abrt/ccpp-2014-07-25-19\:36\:05-6627/Server responded with an error: 'Validation failed: Element 'stacktrace' is invalid: List element is invalid: Element 'frames' is invalid: List element is invalid: Element 'file_name' is missing'
reporter-ureport failed with exit code 1
('report_uReport' exited with 1)
I have compressed the crash report and placed it at https://www.happyassassin.net/temp/unreportable-shell-crash.tar.xz for you to examine. Thanks!
Created attachment 921810 [details]
Hi Adam, thank you for the report. It seems that the coredump is corrupted. Neither gdb nor eu-stack can generate a reliable backtrace ("Thread 1" is completely broken. gdb $(cat executable) -c coredump -batch -ex "t a a bt full" -ex disassemble -ex "info all-registers" -ex "info sharedlib" > backtrace 2>&1).
Do all the crash duplicates suffer from the same symptoms?
Did you restart your machine after updating the system?
I believe it was a 'sane' boot, yeah. The bug itself has been fixed upstream now, but I can reproduce it a couple more times before the fix lands and see if the backtrace is the same...
I rebooted, wiped the existing problem dir and reproduced the bug, same result (the 'validation failed' error). Running that command you posted produces a file 'backtrace' with no console errors, I'll attach it.
Created attachment 921861 [details]
backtrace from the 'gdb' command with a new abrt capture of the crash
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