Description of problem:
Plugging in an iPhone 5S via USB triggers this crash reliably, and the crash keeps repeating infinitely.
The issue started about 2 weeks ago. Before that I had no problems with it on Fedora 22.
I am running an up-to-date system.
I never told the phone to trust the computer and open its services to the computer.
GNOME never shows the message that a phone was connected.
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (8 frames)
#3 g_try_malloc at gmem.c:244
#4 get_contents_regfile at gfileutils.c:784
#5 get_contents_posix at gfileutils.c:886
#6 g_file_get_contents at gfileutils.c:987
#7 sysfs_get_bool at sysfs-utils.c:127
#8 up_device_supply_refresh_battery at up-device-supply.c:523
#9 up_device_supply_refresh at up-device-supply.c:1128
#10 up_device_supply_poll_unknown_battery at up-device-supply.c:912
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*** Bug 1231768 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 1231770 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Looks like a memory corruption problem, hard to detect without being able to reproduce the problem.
Christian, do those problems usually happen when you plug in an iPad or iPhone into your computer?
yes, Plugging in an iPhone 5S via USB cable triggers this crash reliably for me, and the crash keeps repeating infinitely while the phone is connected. Just plugging in is sufficient, no other action like choosing "trust this device" on the phone is neccessary.
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