abrt version: 1.1.17
Attached file: backtrace, 81658 bytes
cmdline: gthumb world-theatre-day-2011-2.jpg world-theatre-day-2011-2.png world-theatre-day-2011-2.svg world-theatre-day-2011.png world-theatre-day-2011-small.jpg world-theatre-day-2011.svg
comment: Crash seems to have come from SVG file, which was created with Inkscape.
Attached file: coredump, 300728320 bytes
reason: Process /usr/bin/gthumb was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. Opened a combination of JPG, PNG and SVG files.
Created attachment 482558 [details]
Unfortunately I can't reproduce the problem so far, display of svg files (also created with inkscape) works without any problems.
1. Can you reproduce the problem all the time?
2. Please can you narrow down the issue to just one single file?
3. Could you make this file available for download (or attach it to the bug report if it is small enough)?
I can't reproduce the exact crash, but I've managed to create five more (with three different backtraces) in similar conditions; they're in ABRT, so I can submit them if you'd like. Two (each duplicated twice) are in g_file_info_set_attribute_string, gfileinfo.c:1222; the third is in a strcmp in assembly, called by gnome_desktop_thumbnail_factory_save_thumbnail, gnome-desktop-thumbnail.c:1042.
Unfortunately I can't replicate the bug at all with the files isolated in a directory. The five crashes I've created since this report have all happened while I was closing one of the windows that was opened. Both of these make me think that the crashes may be happening while gthumb is creating thumbnails for other files in the directory they're in, which contains about 3GB of various multimedia (images, PDFs, WAVs and Audacity projects, MP3s, etc.) across 700 files.
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