Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 662575
[abrt] notification-daemon-0.5.0-1.fc14: g_return_if_fail_warning: Process /usr/libexec/notification-daemon was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
Last modified: 2013-03-05 23:05:42 EST
abrt version: 1.1.14
Attached file: backtrace
comment: I had some tabs opened in the previous session. They were restored, but then the crash occurred. Not sure if it's connected to Firefox or not as the browser itself survived the crash reported.
reason: Process /usr/libexec/notification-daemon was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. started X
2. opened Firefox
Created attachment 468321 [details]
OS Release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. start Gnome
2. switch to external monitor with "Configure display settings" applet
this crash seems to occur randomly
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