abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
reason: Process /usr/libexec/e-calendar-factory was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
I'm connecting to a Groupwise 8 Calendar/Email Service. Note: Repeating these steps after the crash did not result in another Segfault, but this is what I did that initated it the first time. (maybe the backtrace will be useful)
How to reproduce
Note: Repeating these steps after the crash did not result in another Segfault, but this is what I did that initated it the first time. (maybe the backtrace will be useful)
1. Schedule an appointment. Save it as "busy", at least 1.5 hrs in length.
2. In the Calendar view, grab the top edge of the appointment and shrink it from the top by 1/2 hour.
3. See if this results in a crash.
Created attachment 431505 [details]
*** Bug 614148 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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