Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 529592
[abrt] crash detected in notification-daemon-0.4.1-0.20090923.3.fc12
Last modified: 2010-11-04 08:47:45 EDT
abrt detected a crash.
How to reproduce
Process was terminated by signal 6
Created attachment 365192 [details]
This is what /usr/libexec/notification-daemon prints when running on terminal:
** ERROR **: Failed to call gnome-screensaver: The name org.gnome.ScreenSaver was not provided by any .service files
zsh: abort (core dumped) /usr/libexec/notification-daemon
How to reproduce
1. install midori 0.1.10
2. download a file
3. when download is finished, a notification should show up. Instead notification-daemon crashes.
Another easy way to reproduce:
1) ssh -Y f12beta "notify-send hello"
Doing the same thing works locally, and remotely with f11.
fixed in notification-daemon-0.4.1-0.20090923.4.fc12
*** Bug 529585 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
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