Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1478742
[abrt] nautilus: g_list_copy_deep(): nautilus killed by signal 11
Last modified: 2018-05-03 04:23:35 EDT
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cmdline: /usr/bin/nautilus --gapplication-service
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (8 frames)
#0 g_list_copy_deep at glist.c:692
#1 nautilus_files_view_set_selection at nautilus-files-view.c:3090
#2 load_new_location at nautilus-window-slot.c:1792
#3 setup_view at nautilus-window-slot.c:1720
#4 got_file_info_for_view_selection_callback at nautilus-window-slot.c:1597
#5 call_ready_callbacks_at_idle at nautilus-directory-async.c:2010
#10 g_main_context_iteration at gmain.c:4033
#11 g_application_run at gapplication.c:2381
Potential duplicate: bug 1438644
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