abrt version: 1.1.13
Attached file: backtrace
reason: Process /usr/bin/pidgin was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
How to reproduce: Not properly reproducable, but maybe the backtrace will be usefull...
I waited for a message of one of my buddies.
After the crash an other one came online and the buddy, I talked with was trying to get me into his contact list.
So maybe getting online or sending me the request was the origin of the segfault, maybe both in the same time...
Created attachment 451603 [details]
OS Release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
How to reproduce
Not properly reproducable, but maybe the backtrace tells more...
I mailed a new buddy, when it crashed.
(new = not in my contact list)
This appears to be crashing somewhere in the audio stack
(gstreamer/gst-plugins-good/pulseaudio), disabling sounds should work around
it. Assigning to gstreamer in the hope that someone more knowledgeable about
the stack can narrow down where the problem is.
This looks like a pulse issue to me, so I'm reassigning and hoping someone there has an idea.
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