Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1284795
[abrt] sddm: qt_message_fatal(): sddm-greeter killed by SIGABRT
Last modified: 2016-05-12 01:05:03 EDT
Description of problem:
While logging in.
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: /usr/bin/sddm-greeter --socket /tmp/sddm-:0-VvygWe --theme /usr/share/sddm/themes/01-breeze-fedora
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 qt_message_fatal at global/qlogging.cpp:1578
#3 QMessageLogger::fatal at global/qlogging.cpp:781
#4 QSGRenderLoop::handleContextCreationFailure at /usr/src/debug/qtdeclarative-opensource-src-5.5.1/src/quick/scenegraph/qsgrenderloop.cpp:244
#5 QSGGuiThreadRenderLoop::renderWindow at /usr/src/debug/qtdeclarative-opensource-src-5.5.1/src/quick/scenegraph/qsgrenderloop.cpp:333
#6 QSGGuiThreadRenderLoop::exposureChanged at /usr/src/debug/qtdeclarative-opensource-src-5.5.1/src/quick/scenegraph/qsgrenderloop.cpp:422
#7 QWindow::event at kernel/qwindow.cpp:2053
#8 QQuickWindow::event at /usr/src/debug/qtdeclarative-opensource-src-5.5.1/src/quick/items/qquickwindow.cpp:1413
#9 QCoreApplication::notify at kernel/qcoreapplication.cpp:1038
#10 QCoreApplication::notifyInternal at kernel/qcoreapplication.cpp:965
#11 sendSpontaneousEvent at ../../src/corelib/kernel/qcoreapplication.h:227
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It appears opengl isn't working with your nvidia driver, and unfortunately, not much we can do about that.
I think you mean: OpenGL isn't handling a(n error) condition thrown by the NVIDIA driver--the only way to get CUDA, y'know--and because of our not-wanting-to-work-with-proprietary-drivers fetish, we'll say that "opengl isn't working with your nvidia driver."
Moreover, the correct answer for software handling an error is, at the very least, to exit gracefully.