Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 607929
Seamonkey crashes when trying to access print functions
Last modified: 2010-12-03 08:42:34 EST
Description of problem:
Sat down to work this morning and went to print off some orders from emails, but seamonkey just crashed out. While a bug report was generated, the coredump file is empty. Everything was working fine last night, and printing from openoffice is fine today.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
2.0.4 was installed. Have updated to 2.0.5 but the problem persists
In my case ... just press print preview or print.
Have rebooted machine after latest updates applied, but have just noticed that while a later kernel is available 22.214.171.124-58.fc12.x86_64 is running. Trying to select 14-127 just results in a blank screen with a single underscore cursor.
Thank you for taking the time to report this bug. Updates to this package have been released since it was first reported. If you have time to update the package and re-test, please do so and report the results here. You can obtain the updated package by typing 'yum update' or using the graphical updater, Software Update.
Disable any extensions, plugins and non-default themes. Exit cleanly and restart thunderbird. Are you able to replicate the crash?
If you could provide your abrt report after updating, that may help. (Or the update may resolve it entirely.)
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