Description of problem:
Nothing special, pidgin crashed whilst in the background.
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: pidgin --session 10609a6ae5ce1e08e5140377765362224800000018750096 --display :0
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 sighandler at gtkmain.c:179
#4 sip_sec_init_sec_context__tls_dsk at sip-sec-tls-dsk.c:80
#5 sip_sec_init_context_step at sip-sec.c:184
#6 initialize_auth_context at sip-transport.c:222
#7 auth_header at sip-transport.c:358
#8 sign_outgoing_message at sip-transport.c:447
#9 sip_transport_request_timeout at sip-transport.c:771
#10 sip_transport_request at sip-transport.c:818
#11 sip_transport_subscribe at sip-transport.c:911
#12 sipe_unsubscribe_cb at sipe-subscriptions.c:86
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This time, pidgin crashed when I undocked my laptop, hence disconnecting a screen.
Another user experienced a similar problem:
Unsure how to reproduce, was running multiple conversations, including a couple of group chats.
reason: pidgin killed by SIGABRT
runlevel: N 5
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