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runlevel: N 5
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#0 init_mount_points at tracker-miner-files.c:936
#1 miner_files_initable_init at tracker-miner-files.c:331
#2 g_initable_new_valist at ginitable.c:231
#3 g_initable_new at ginitable.c:149
#4 tracker_miner_files_new at tracker-miner-files.c:2646
Potential duplicate: bug 907198
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same problem popped up again:
booted machine a couple of minutes ago, left it alone with only Firefox and 2 gnome-terminal sessions running (1 idle, 1 updating packages for Gnome-jhbuild)
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