Description of problem:
When firefox, mono applications crash, bug-buddy doesn't autostart.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
beagle-search: segfault at 0648c010 eip 0648c010 esp bfe7bebc error 4
f-spot: segfault at 023cab80 eip 023cab80 esp bf895084 error 4
beagle-search: segfault at 08000010 eip 08000010 esp bfab4e8c error 4
beagle-search: segfault at 061f5010 eip 061f5010 esp bfe7aa5c error 4
f-spot: segfault at 02fa23b0 eip 02fa23b0 esp bfbdbbc4 error 4
f-spot: segfault at 067f63b0 eip 067f63b0 esp bfcbb4b4 error 4
f-spot: segfault at 055b8b80 eip 055b8b80 esp bfcd1114 error 4
f-spot: segfault at 078e5b80 eip 078e5b80 esp bfcfc4f4 error 4
f-spot: segfault at 04839b80 eip 04839b80 esp bf86f4b4 error 4
I previously reported this under bug 233931. Firefox 3 (which is as far as I
know going to be included in Fedora 9) does indeed collect crash data using
Breakpad, as anticipated.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
In gnome-session NEWS
* Have a better/smoother fadeout animation for logout dialog when
there's a compositing manager (Travis Watkins, Vincent)
* Add gnome-breakpad to GTK_MODULES if bug-buddy is present
# export | grep GTK_MODULES
declare -x GTK_MODULES="canberra-gtk-module"
# nautilus-file-management-properties --g-fatal-warnings
Initializing nautilus-flac-converter extension
Initializing nautilus-open-terminal extension
Initializing nautilus-image-converter extension
** WARNING **: Unable to add monitor: 지원되지 않음
bug-buddy doesn't still start automatically.
Is this issue gnome-session bug?
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