Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 60812
xtraceroute crashes or hangs.
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:01 EDT
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start xtraceroute as a normal user
2. See the following output:
Found a hosts.cache with 9548 entries.
Can't open the database file /usr/share/xtraceroute/site_hosts.cache!(In mode
r)Can't open the database file /home/stephen/.xt/user_hosts.cache!(In mode r)
Found a networks.cache with 260 entries.
Can't open the database file /usr/share/xtraceroute/site_networks.cache!(In mode r)
Can't open the database file /home/stephen/.xt/user_networks.cache!(In mode r)
Can't open the database file /home/stephen/.xt/user_generic.cache!(In mode r)
Known countries: 239
Built-in database: 95
Error gethostbynaming local hostname: No such file or directory
(Not connected to network?)
[I think I am having this problem since I get my hostname from DHCP]
3. Select New trace to www.armispiansystems.ca
4. "You should enter better data for your site!" pops up. The following
diagnostic is also displayed:
GLib-CRITICAL **: file gmain.c: line 500 (g_source_remove): assertion `tag > 0'
5. Click OK.
6. Double click final element in list
7. Modify data.
8. "Ouch! $HOME/.xt exists but is not a directory!" is displayed. ($HOME/.xt
9. Select another element
Crashes and data is not saved.
Stays up and data is saved.
just confirming existence of this bug in RH 7.2 as well as rawhide.
same/similar results. Mine didn't crash, but the output as $user was damn near
exactly the same including the Glib-Critical
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