Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1475429
[abrt] dleyna-renderer: dleyna-renderer-service killed by signal 11
Last modified: 2018-05-03 04:35:05 EDT
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (9 frames)
#1 prv_device_chain_end at upnp.c:87
#2 prv_free_cb at libdleyna/core/task-processor.c:103
#3 g_hash_table_remove_all_nodes at ghash.c:548
#5 g_hash_table_unref at ghash.c:1099
#6 dleyna_task_processor_free at libdleyna/core/task-processor.c:136
#7 prv_context_free at libdleyna/core/main-loop.c:108
#8 dleyna_main_loop_start at libdleyna/core/main-loop.c:167
Potential duplicate: bug 1136420
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