abrt version: 1.1.13
Attached file: backtrace
reason: Process /usr/bin/fldigi was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
I run fldigi with the main window minimalized most of the time, and just the psk browser window visible on my desktop.
The segfault appears to happen after essentially a random amount of time.
How to reproduce
1. I run fldigi in 'psk browser' mode, using rigctld as the rig control daemon
2. additionally, I run a shell script that changes frequencies every two minutes, so every psk frequency gets scanned
3. after some time, fldigi disappears in a segfault
Created an attachment (id=440174)
Just so that all bases are covered can you share the script you are using? (added as an attachment) I will contact Dave and see if he can reproduce this bug. I can't reproduce it locally and don't own a controlled rig. I could update to the current version 3.20.24 but I doubt it addresses this issue.
Created attachment 441802 [details]
shell script to change between psk31 frequencies
I have noticed that fldigi seems to crash right around the time the frequency changes happen.
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