Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 608233
[abrt] crash in virtaal-0.6.1-1.fc13: IA__g_propagate_error: Process /usr/bin/python was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2011-06-02 03:32:44 EDT
abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
cmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/virtaal
comment: Tried to translate with virtaal and it crashed.
reason: Process /usr/bin/python was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
Created attachment 427050 [details]
Thanks for the report and sorry its taken a while to look at this. I needed to find a 64bit machine.
I tested this on an F12 machine. The problem seems to be caused by the libtranslate plugin.
Can you please test if this is true by disabling the libtranslate plugin:
When disabled, virtaal doesn't crash.
Thanks elad for confirming this.
I'm considering 2 options:
1) Try determine the error on 64 bit machines. I'll try to ask the packager of libtranslate for help on this.
2) Disable libtranslate on 64bit machines
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