Description of problem:
When i (ex.) type an invalid address in epiphany, the cpu maxes at
100% untill i accnowledge the message (pushing "OK")
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.type an errorendous URL (ex. "thisisnotanurl.com")
3.The DNS seach fails, giving the message "alert"
"www.thisisnotanurl.com could not be found. Please check the name and
try again" (hmm... Translation error as well - i use epiphany in
norwegian but this popped up in english...), and maxing the CPU at 100%
4. Click ok. The cpu falls back to normal levels (about 0%)
The box is displayed, and the cpu maxes as long as it stays on-screen.
Display the box. Nothing more.
The error message should be translated into somthing like
"Advarsel" "www.thisisnotanurl.com ble ikke funnet, venligst se til at
du har tastet riktig adresse og prÃ¸v igjen"
Think this is happening with all kinds of errormessages, not just the
glib bug http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=112222, fixed in
Ok, good. Just asking, knowing it isn't your responsibility, but
still: Do you know when this fix will be out in FC2?
Reassigning to glib. Fixing this would require to update the glib
version in Fedora 2 to >= 2.4.1
glib2-2.4.7-1 for fc2 is in testing now
Trying to install the newer version, I get this error through up2date.
glib2 was the problem, including the devel rpm update.
this is in reply to a message to the test list.
There was a package dependency problem. The message was:
Unresolvable chain of dependencies:
gnome-utils 2.8.0-4 requires
Please modify your package selections and try again.
Wait, gnome-utils 2.8.0 is not in fc2, is it ? Even if it is, updating
glib2 can't influence the presence or absence of update-gtk-immodules,
which is a part of the *fc3* gtk2 package.
So which program should I remove to resolve this conflict?
This is a Severn to present rawhide installation.
The rpm in testing is one decimal version up from the packages
available in development.
gtk2-2.4.13-1 (rawhide) and gtk2-2.4.13-1.1 for FC2-testing.