Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 683695
[abrt] xchat-1:2.8.8-6.fc14: _gdk_x11_window_tmp_unset_bg: Process /usr/bin/xchat was killed by signal 7 (SIGBUS)
Last modified: 2013-04-02 00:25:20 EDT
abrt version: 1.1.17
Attached file: backtrace, 25573 bytes
Attached file: coredump, 12517376 bytes
reason: Process /usr/bin/xchat was killed by signal 7 (SIGBUS)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. Just crashed.
Created attachment 483348 [details]
Backtrace analysis of bugs across components suggests the actual bug might be in component glibc instead of component xchat. You might want to inspect the backtrace from the bug listed below to find out the correct component.
Bug #663558 from component notification-daemon was found to be similar to this bug.
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*** Bug 663558 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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