Description of problem:
I had just added a Microsoft account to my Online Accounts in the Control Center. As soon as I entered my information, it crashed. However, when I reopened the Control Center, my Microsoft account was still saved.
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: gnome-control-center user-accounts
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 g_type_check_instance_cast at gtype.c:4060
#1 cookiesDidChange at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/UIProcess/API/gtk/WebKitCookieManager.cpp:132
#2 IPC::callMemberFunctionImpl<WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy, void (WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy::*)(), std::tuple<>>(WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy*, void (WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy::*)(), std::tuple<>&&, std::index_sequence<>) at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/Platform/IPC/HandleMessage.h:16
#3 IPC::callMemberFunction<WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy, void (WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy::*)(), std::tuple<>, std::make_index_sequence<0ul> >(std::tuple<>&&, WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy*, void (WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy::*)()) at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/Platform/IPC/HandleMessage.h:22
#4 IPC::handleMessage<Messages::WebCookieManagerProxy::CookiesDidChange, WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy, void (WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy::*)()> at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/Platform/IPC/HandleMessage.h:92
#5 WebKit::WebCookieManagerProxy::didReceiveMessage at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu/DerivedSources/WebKit2/WebCookieManagerProxyMessageReceiver.cpp:49
#6 IPC::MessageReceiverMap::dispatchMessage at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/Platform/IPC/MessageReceiverMap.cpp:102
#7 WebKit::WebProcessPool::dispatchMessage at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/UIProcess/WebProcessPool.cpp:1103
#8 WebKit::WebProcessProxy::didReceiveMessage at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/UIProcess/WebProcessProxy.cpp:481
#9 IPC::Connection::dispatchMessage at /usr/src/debug/webkitgtk-2.9.92/Source/WebKit2/Platform/IPC/Connection.cpp:903
Potential duplicate: bug 1246708
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Another user experienced a similar problem:
Open Settings >> Online Accounts and then set the credentials for a Microsoft account.
After sign in into the account and accepting the App permissions, this problem occurs.
cmdline: gnome-control-center --overview
reason: gnome-control-center killed by SIGSEGV
runlevel: N 5
I would like to add, that after the last updates, this issue seems to be solved.
It is no longer reproducible.
Name : control-center
Arch : x86_64
Epoch : 1
Version : 3.18.1
Release : 1.fc23
Size : 18 M
Repo : @System
From repo : updates-testing
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