Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1472677
[abrt] vinagre: coroutine_yieldto(): vinagre killed by SIGSEGV
Last modified: 2017-11-16 10:31:26 EST
Description of problem:
attempted SSH+VNC connection which timed out and then the app crashed
Version-Release number of selected component:
pkg_fingerprint: 4089 D8F2 FDB1 9C98
pkg_vendor: Fedora Project
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (5 frames)
#0 coroutine_yieldto at coroutine_ucontext.c:113
#1 g_io_wakeup at vncconnection.c:358
#2 vnc_connection_timeout at vncconnection.c:361
#7 g_main_context_iteration at gmain.c:3990
#8 g_application_run at gapplication.c:2381
Potential duplicate: bug 1471812
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