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Description of problem:
ksplash crashes the first time KDE is brought up on each account. It reports a
segfault at or near the conclusion of its execution.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Start KDE for the first time on an account
2.Choose the defaults for everything in the configuration wizard
3.ksplash starts and seems to finish
Actual Results: Crash dialog appears indicating a segfault has occured. This
only happens on the first login. Works properly after that.
Expected Results: ksplash terminates normally
This happened on a slow machine (Pentium 200/96Mb). Machine starts up in text
mode (run level 3).
Created attachment 52624 [details]
According to a mail saw in the KDEVELOP mailing list, RedHat missed a patch to
the QT library in QCommonStyle. Looking at the trace, it seems that the crash
happened inside QCommonStyle::drawControl Could this be the reason ?
I'm attaching the e-mail that mentions that.
Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2002 12:01:57 -0500
From: Maksim Orlovich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reply to: email@example.com
Checking RedHat's Qt3 RPMs, looks like they didn't apply
a patch to Qt that prevents divide-by-zero crashes in QCommonStyle,
and the BT looks exactly like that bug..
I am somewhat inclined to close this, myself, but since this is in KDevelop
land I'll leave it as it is...
Which version of Qt are you using? I'm not seeing this with 3.0.3-7
skipjack beta 2 contains qt-3.0.3-6
I'm also unable to reproduce this w/ 3.0.3-7. Closing as RESOLVED:RAWHIDE.