abrt 1.0.9 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
comment: It appears as though I ran out of memory. "virtual memory exhausted: can't allocate 1700946284 bytes."
reason: Process /usr/bin/wesnoth was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 12 (Constantine)
How to reproduce
1. Playing a scenario in an add-on campaign (From the Unknown... Part II)
2. Had queued up about 7 or 8 units to advance to a position up to 3 positions in advance.
3. While 1 of the units was advancing on a pre-queued route, I clicked on a pre-queued unit prior to its movement to attack another unit
Created attachment 412155 [details]
I forgot to mention that the crash to desktop also (incorrectly) altered my display resolution from 1248x768 to something that appears like 800x600 though the icons are flooding below the GNOME desktop tool bar on the bottom of the screen. The display preferences application/menu still says that I am at 1248x768.
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