Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 387621
Crash when looking for a new phone
Last modified: 2009-01-09 00:14:45 EST
Description of problem:
I just installed wammu and tried to use with my sony ericsson mobile and python
its crashing while looking for the phone.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Wammu
2. go to settings
3. Connection / ADD+
4. Choose "Automatically Search for a phone"
5. Search all connections
The software crashes
Created attachment 261771 [details]
Created attachment 266361 [details]
Wammu Bug Report
I have the same problem connecting a Nokia 6300.
SOrry i was a bit busy at work.
Could you tell me which version currently crashed on your fedora release ?
I've actually only my e65 which correctly monted on wammu.
I'll try to find unlike one to make a try.
having sony ericsson k750 the same problem. trace attached.
Created attachment 296504 [details]
wammu stack trace
Updated releases of Wammu and Gammu have been pushed to testing repository.
Could make some try with this one ?
If still crash, also attach your .log stored in /tmp/WammuXXXXX.log
Created attachment 296506 [details]
Created attachment 296507 [details]
wammu stack trace
the new stack trace is attached.
Created attachment 296508 [details]
wammu crash log
I just tried to connect to /dev/ttyACM0 with root (because it says that my user
does not have required permission) and a message appears which can not be
copied. It says it is saved in /tmp automatically, but that file is empty, so I
attach a picture of that.
An fresh upstream release has been built.
Fixed a couple of reported crashes issues.
Available here : http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=495206
Could you make some tries with this new one ?
I'm having this problem as well. Using version 0.19-3.fc8.
Could you please take in account the comment #12, thanks.
it's available in updates-testing repository.
just perform :
# yum --enable updates-testing update wammu
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