Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 559285
[abrt] crash in xorg-x11-server-utils-7.4-13.fc12
Last modified: 2010-11-23 10:18:25 EST
abrt 1.0.4 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
reason: Process was terminated by signal 11 (Segmentation fault)
release: Fedora release 12 (Constantine)
I have a script that tell my laptop to use the laptop LCD as its main screen so that booting with another screen attach does not mess up my icon and so that I do not have to go set the screen resolution each time I boot with another screen attached.
The script runs this command "xrandr --output LVDS1 --auto --primary --preferred --output VGA1 --off". It does not always cause a crash in xrandr but this is the only time I have seen this crash is when logining to the system.
How to reproduce
1. Have an script that is run automatically on login to the gnome desktop that runs:
"xrandr --output LVDS1 --auto --primary --preferred --output VGA1 --off"
Created attachment 387123 [details]
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