Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1288872
[abrt] pidgin: sighandler(): pidgin killed by SIGABRT
Last modified: 2016-11-24 09:47:06 EST
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 sighandler at gtkmain.c:179
#4 gdk_pixbuf_animation_is_static_image at gdk-pixbuf-animation.c:565
#5 gtk_imhtml_insert_smiley_at_iter at gtkimhtml.c:4972
#6 gtk_imhtml_insert_html_at_iter at gtkimhtml.c:3375
#7 gtk_imhtml_append_text_with_images at gtkimhtml.c:2522
#8 status_menu_refresh_iter at gtkstatusbox.c:941
#10 pidgin_status_box_regenerate at gtkstatusbox.c:1109
#11 purple_signal_emit_vargs at signals.c:482
#12 purple_signal_emit at signals.c:434
#13 purple_savedstatus_set_message at savedstatuses.c:625
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