Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 123881
kioslave crashes after upgrade from FC1 to FC 2
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:43 EST
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Description of problem:
I have performed upgrade from FC1 to FC2 using apt. Since then kde
kioslave processes keep crashing constantly. Some samples:
1. I can not check or send mail via kmail. It gives me an error:
"process for protocol pop3://<hostname> unexpectedly died"
and in .xsession-errors file:
"kioslave: ####### CRASH ###### protocol = pop3 pid = 6514"
2. I cannot use konqueror to browse network - I get following information:
"There was an error loading http://<site address>
Process for protocol http://<site address> unexpectedly died"
and in .xsession-errors:
"kioslave: ####### CRASH ###### protocol = http pid = 6520 signal = 11"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. UPgrade from FC1 to FC2 using apt
2. Login using kde
3. Check mail using kmail or open url using konqueror
Actual Results: information in application window:
"process for protocol <kioslave>://<internet adress> unexpectedly died"
information in .xsesion-errors file:
"kioslave: ####### CRASH ###### protocol = <kislave> pid = <pid>
signal = <number>
Expected Results: kmail should check mail without problem,
konqueror should open url
As I remeber correctly I had similiar problem in FC1 when I tried to
use 2.6 kernel insted of 2.4.
This bug makes my kde environment simply unusable!
I have upgraded kde to 3.2.3 version and the problem still exists.
i have upgraded from FC1 to FC2 and it works for me. I cannot
reproduce this problem here.
This problem could be caused by upgrade process. It would be nice if
you could do a fresh FC2 installation on your machine and verify
whether this problem still appears.
Please reopen it again if it still appears with new fresh FC
After clean instalation everything works as it should. But it is not
resolution. The main advantage of Linux over Windows is that you need
not solve problems by reinstalling a whole machine:-(
It would be good if someone could give me just some hints, how to
track down the problem.Thanks
Well, I have resolved it finally by myself:-))).
I have removed 2 files from $HOME/.kde/share/config:
and it helped.