Description of problem:
Evo crashes at startup. Will attach output.
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output from running evolution
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typescript when running gdb
also installed evolution-debuginfo packages
Thanks David. From the backtrace I recognize this as one of my own patches, yet
I've not seen the crash myself. Does this happen every time or occasionally?
It happened all day yesterday so I had to use Thunderbird (yuck!). Then this
morning I started Evolution as part of my daily routine... and now it works.
It started happening again. Then I updated to
evolution i386 2.9.2-2.fc7 development 13 M
evolution-data-server i386 1.9.2-3.fc7 development 3.4 M
Updating for dependencies:
evolution-data-server-devel i386 1.9.2-3.fc7 development 489 k
and it still happens. Back to TB (yuck!).
This also happens on my workstation now
My workstation is in the Westford RH office. Let me know if you need access.
This started happening consistently for me after I upgraded my Rawhide machine
past FC6. I never once saw the crash when running FC6 + Evo 2.9. Rawhide is
pretty borked in general at the moment, so I'm not sure what to make of this.
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This is the backtrace I get. Interestingly it only happens on my user account,
a fresh evolution just works. I need my email! ;-) Yell if you need anything.
David, I think this may be the same issue as reported in bug #220714, which was
fixed in evolution-2.9.91-3.fc7 (released Feb 15). Have you seen this crasher
again recently or are you still on Thunderbird?
Richard's backtrace looks like a different bug. I'll try to find a bug report
with a similar backtrace, or else open a new one.
Actually, sorry, I "fixed" this by deleting the offending mail ages ago and have
been using Evolution error since. So I guess we can close as WORKSFORME?
Okay. The backtraces look very similar to those in bug #220714, so I'll close
this as a dupe instead.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 220714 ***