Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 510456
gnome-power-manager crashes when vlc is playing
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:32:18 EDT
Description of problem:
At random intervals generally after working for a while and playing a movie in VLC the machine freezes for 2 - 4 minutes but you can see the hd is still working. It recovers after a while by informing me gnome-power-manager crashed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F11, VLC & Gnome Power Manager
Random. Happens every time after a while of working on my laptop while playing a movie. See attached report by bugbyddy
freeze & gnome-power-manager crash
Attached bugbuddy report
Created attachment 351038 [details]
This did not occur on F9 (recently upgraded). It only happens once a day I guess because gnome-power-manager will have crashed and not be restarted.
Does installing the latest gnome-power-manager in updates-testing (and then rebooting...) fix the problem?
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