Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 449460
X crashed after clicking evolution button
Last modified: 2009-06-09 22:23:38 EDT
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
It has happened three times out of 30.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run evolution an wait for it to crash.
2. Restart evolution and click recover to recover a draft message.
3. See X crash.
X doesn't crash.
Created attachment 307546 [details]
Xorg.0.log after one of the crashes
Created attachment 308726 [details]
another post-crash log, this time with i810
X crashed again under similar circumstances... clicking a GTK button in a
proprietary application. This time I had changed the xorg.conf back to i810.
Created attachment 308747 [details]
a crash log identical to the original report
I had another crash, this time with the exact same symptoms as the original
report... crashed when I clicked the evolution "Ignore" button. But this time
I was using the i810 driver, so it's not a vesa or i810 bug it would seem.
Created attachment 308861 [details]
another post-crash log.
This time it crashed after restarting firefox after firefox crashed.
Created attachment 309858 [details]
yet another crash log
Is there some additional debug info I can provide? This is a really annoying
I noticed this was switched back to i810. The exact same thing has happened
with both the vesa driver and the i810 driver, so I'm not sure the bug is in the
Created attachment 314946 [details]
another Xorg.0.log with the vesa driver
So does somebody need some more info on this crash or what? Here's the smolt profile for this system:
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I haven't seen this problem since f10 I don't think. Thanks for all the help. ;)