Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 178289
"gweather-applet-2" has quit unexpectedly when adding to panel
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:21 EST
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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20051215 Fedora/1.7.12-3
Description of problem:
Since shortly before FC5T2 was released, gweather, bug-buddy and gnome-volume-manager have crashed. Bug-buddy is working again and generated a report.
Basically, gnome-volume-manager crashed and was followed by gweather applet also crashing. The older battery applet also crashed at that time also.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. right click on panel
2.select weather applet or report from list
3.become greeted with dialog box.
The Application "gweather-applet-2" has quit unexpectedly.
You can inform the developers of what happened to help them fix it. Or you can restart the application right now.
4. select inform developers and answer questions.
Actual Results: I never see the weather, just bug buddy or the error dialog. If I choose to reload, it still crashes. Bug report will include attachment from crash.
Expected Results: I should see the weather report and temperature as before problem started.
This problem has ben discussed frequently on the test list.
Created attachment 123411 [details]
bug-buddy generated failure report
This was not filed upstream. Should I do this as well?
Sent report upstream and will link upstream report as received.
I actually created a backtrace as well and submitted upstream in
bugzilla.gnome.org. It is bug #328104
I will monitor the report upstream as well. gnome-applets-2.13.2-2 fails
gweather as well.
Same here. Give me my gweather back! ;)
Looking at a slideshow for FC5 showed an opaque weather application. I was
wondering if this is a problem with themes not set to transparencies.
*** Bug 178207 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I don't know if the Weather report is working because of the rebuild or because
of some other reason. The applet is now working again.