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cmdline: pcmanfm --desktop --profile LXDE
pkg_fingerprint: 4089 D8F2 FDB1 9C98
pkg_vendor: Fedora Project
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 cairo_xlib_surface_get_drawable at cairo-xlib-surface.c:2258
#1 _free_cache_image at desktop.c:2086
#2 _clear_bg_cache at desktop.c:2103
#3 on_size_allocate at desktop.c:3287
#8 gtk_widget_size_allocate_with_baseline at gtkwidget.c:6109
#9 gtk_widget_size_allocate at gtkwidget.c:6192
#10 gtk_window_move_resize at gtkwindow.c:9876
#11 gtk_window_check_resize at gtkwindow.c:8324
#12 _g_closure_invoke_va at gclosure.c:867
#15 gtk_container_idle_sizer at gtkcontainer.c:2064
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