Description of problem:
K3B causes a session crash and X restart when trying to open a project file
using the "open with..." dialog in a GNOME session.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a CD/DVD project in K3B, save the project
2. Try to open it from the "open with..." menu in GNOME
GNOME session and X crash.
K3B to open with the file loaded.
This may not be directly related to K3B as such, but to other KDE applications
as well. Amarok has also crashed GNOME and X once when trying to open an audio
file using the same method.
On the surface, this appears to be more a bug elsewhere (not in k3b or amarok).
Operations as you describe shouldn't be able to crash your entire session, ever.
Reassigning gnome-session (for lack of better component). Let's see if we get
more feedback and information to diagnose what's going wrong for you.
can you press ctrl-alt-f1, login as the user, then
gdb attach (pid of gnome-session)
press enter, ctrl-alt-f7 and reproduce the crash? After you've done that, press
ctrl-alt-f1 again, type "bt full" press enter and attach the output.
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