Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1295200
[abrt] konsole5: xcb_setup_vendor_end(): konsole killed by SIGSEGV
Last modified: 2016-12-20 12:34:09 EST
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 xcb_setup_vendor_end at xproto.c:869
#1 xcb_setup_pixmap_formats at xproto.c:878
#2 find_format_by_depth at xcb_image.c:46
#3 xcb_image_native at xcb_image.c:388
#4 xcb_image_shm_put at xcb_image.c:484
#5 QXcbShmImage::put at qxcbbackingstore.cpp:227
#6 QXcbBackingStore::flush at qxcbbackingstore.cpp:402
#7 QBackingStore::flush at painting/qbackingstore.cpp:105
#8 QWidgetBackingStore::qt_flush at kernel/qwidgetbackingstore.cpp:118
#9 QWidgetBackingStore::flush at kernel/qwidgetbackingstore.cpp:1241
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This problem has not occurred again since I reported it. I am certain that a bugfix for Fedora 23 has fixed this bug as well. I will not try to identify that solution.
Thanks for the hard work to develop a stable Linux distribution.
I ran into this issue just one week ago and there hasn't been any update to konsole or any other kf5 or qt5 related piece of software. I doubt this issue is gone thus this bug report probably should stay open.
I had forgotten to check the bug history. Thanks Christian. Reopening.
Similar problem has been detected:
My entire KDE session crashed after hours of normal use with konsole, Chrome, LibreOffice. Nothing exotic.
reason: konsole killed by SIGSEGV
runlevel: N 5
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