Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 469241
Writer crash after inserting PNG
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:33:22 EST
Description of problem:
OO Writer crashed after inserting a small PNG image into a fairly simple document.
The PNG appeared briefly in the document, however when I next clicked on the document it crashed.
The doc and PNG are not distributable unfortunately; however, a crash log is attached.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I can't immediately reproduce the same crash after recovering the document and inserting the image again.
Created attachment 321978 [details]
Hmm, I believe the more interesting thing may not be the .png but perhaps the location from where the png was inserted. That's a crash in gio originating from libgvfsdbus.so which in F-9 can only be a side effect from the gtk file dialog or a gnome-vfs2 wrapper over gio as OOo makes no direct gio calls in F-9.
FWIW I can annotate this backtrace on request
It was just inserted from a subdirectory off Desktop/, which is on a local filesystem (/home), mounted from a local HD. Nothing fancy.
I *did* have a couple of SMB mounts open via Nautilus/gvfs at the time, but the file definitely wasn't inserted from those.
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