Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 442203
Crash recovery window after reboot
Last modified: 2009-06-21 09:10:05 EDT
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
always after reboot
Steps to Reproduce:
Shut down or reboot
Evolution needs to recover
Created attachment 302237 [details]
Evolutoin Crash Detection
Are you closing Evolution before you reboot? (Not implying you should have to.)
After click on Ingore or Recover bottom then Evolution works.
If Evolution is closed before Shut down or reboot then "Evolutoin Crash
Detection" does not come.
In Fedora 10, Evolution will no longer show a Crash Detection dialog after a perceived crash, but will instead simply refrain from selecting the previously selected mail message from the session that crashed. This will leave the preview pane empty, in case the rendering of the message is what caused the crash. (The end result is equivalent to what the Crash Detection dialog was trying to do.)
That doesn't fully address this bug: Evolution still thinks it crashed if not closed before the desktop session ends (by logging out or rebooting). But it should be less annoying now.
Still mean to fix this properly.
What is the status of this now? Still need fixed? Does it need to be closed and/or changed to reflect Fedora 10 or higher?
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Closing this since we've ditched the crash recovery window. Any remaining session-related issues will be dealt with upstream.