Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1303616
[abrt] synergy: ArchMultithreadPosix::closeMutex(): synergys killed by SIGABRT
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:21:56 EST
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cmdline: synergys -f --config /home/brian/.quicksynergy/synergy.conf
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#4 ArchMultithreadPosix::closeMutex at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/arch/unix/ArchMultithreadPosix.cpp:292
#5 XWindowsEventQueueBuffer::~XWindowsEventQueueBuffer at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/platform/XWindowsEventQueueBuffer.cpp:77
#7 EventQueue::adoptBuffer at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/base/EventQueue.cpp:185
#8 XWindowsScreen::onError at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/platform/XWindowsScreen.cpp:1736
#9 XWindowsScreen::ioErrorHandler at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/platform/XWindowsScreen.cpp:1762
#10 _XIOError at XlibInt.c:1464
#11 _XEventsQueued at xcb_io.c:366
#12 XPending at Pending.c:55
#13 XWindowsEventQueueBuffer::isEmpty at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/platform/XWindowsEventQueueBuffer.cpp:265
#14 EventQueue::getEvent at /usr/src/debug/synergy-1.6.2/src/lib/base/EventQueue.cpp:205
Potential duplicate: bug 1218111
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Just hit this again.
And hit again. Why has this not even been triaged? Is this package more or less unsupported in Fedora?
Can we at least get an update to the 1.7 stable to see if upstream bug fixes have resolved this and the many other synergy issues?
(In reply to Brian J. Murrell from comment #14)
> Can we at least get an update to the 1.7 stable to see if upstream bug fixes
> have resolved this and the many other synergy issues?
1.7.6 is now available in updates-testing, feel free to try it out to see if it resolves your issue.
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