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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (8 frames)
#0 gftp_free_getline_buffer at sockutils.c:146
#1 gftp_get_line at sockutils.c:118
#2 rfc959_read_response at rfc959.c:115
#3 rfc959_send_command at rfc959.c:188
#4 rfc959_generate_and_send_command at rfc959.c:235
#5 rfc959_chdir at rfc959.c:433
#6 _gftpui_common_thread_callback at gftpui.c:50
#7 _gftpui_gtk_thread_func at gtkui.c:218
Potential duplicate: bug 1234066
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