abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
comment: Suddenly when I was playing after a while
reason: Process /usr/bin/glob2 was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
Created attachment 425465 [details]
The glob developers need additional information. To be able to post a proper upstream bugreport i need:
* Any messages the program printed on the command-line before crashing.
* The contents of the "logs" subfolder in your personal "glob2" folder. For Linux users, this will be "~/.glob2/"
* The contents of the "Autosave.game" file in the "games" folder inside your personal "glob2" folder, if the crash was during a game.
* If your bug involves a crash during a multiplayer game, you need to provide this information from everyone that was playing the game.
Created attachment 425470 [details]
Created attachment 425471 [details]
* I haven't started this program from the command line. I will do so next time.
* My ~/.glob2/logs folder is empty
* I have a file named Auto_save.game and other named Auto_Guardar.game at ~/.glob2/games. I have attached both.
* It crashed during a single player game.
Thank you very much!
No need to start the game from command line. It's just if you can reproduce the crash easily it might help to have the latest output.
Upstream bug url:
I added you to CC there.
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