Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 560429
[abrt] crash in stellarium-0.10.2-5.fc12
Last modified: 2010-12-03 18:32:23 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)
It used to work before... There must be something else...
First time used:
The typical Kmod install method for Nvidia Card kmod X11 driver (Using the Nouveau Tip...given by their website). But franckly I do not think that it could really interact with the present application crash...
How to reproduce
1.Install NVIDIA Kmod package driver (Last kmod version)
2.Install Stellarium (Last Fedora 12 Package)
3.install Aladin 6.0 (From Strasbourg University web page using Java web start)
4.use the two last software together...
Created attachment 387851 [details]
Thank you for your bug report. I have tried to reproduced your issue and have downloaded Aladin 6.0 to reproduced your usage scenario.
Unfortunately, stellarium works fine on my system, so I asume, that you have a issue with yur NVidia kernel module.
I'm using kmod-nvidia-190.53-1.fc12.1.x86_64 on my system.
It may be importan to check, that your system will use the NVidia xserver and not the nv or Nouveu one, because this driver has not a proper 3D suuport.
It may be helpful, if you can send be your Xorg.0.log and your xorg.conf file.
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