Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 431461
gtk crux theme causes mozilla sunbird to crash
Last modified: 2009-01-09 00:55:11 EST
Description of problem: sunbird crashes if gtk crux theme is enabled
Created attachment 293918 [details]
backtrace for sunbird
That is not a useful stacktrace, unfortunately.
Please run sunbird under gdb:
....do something to crash it
...report the stacktrace
Matthias, unfortunately, fedora does not have sunbird debuginfo packages. They
do not package sunbird at all, afaik. Mozilla Sunbird project does not
distribute debug builds, so I would have to build it myself. I have neither the
time nor interest to do this, but I will elaborate somewhat more on the
situation that caused the crash. GTK crux theme enabled, sunbird displays its
window frame, but immediately hangs. Needs to be killed. Enabled default gtk
theme, sunbird opens fine. Sorry I can't provide debugging info, it should be
easy to reproduce.
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