abrt version: 1.1.18
Attached file: backtrace, 28621 bytes
comment: I have a 3 monitor configuration. Maybe the size of the desktop is too large and causing this issue?
Attached file: coredump, 10821632 bytes
reason: Process /usr/bin/gnome-screensaver was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. Try to lock screen
2. Screen does not lock and gnome-screensaver crashes
Created attachment 520819 [details]
Created attachment 520820 [details]
xorg.conf for my workstation
Created attachment 520821 [details]
xdpyinfo for my displays
OS Release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. Started gnome-screensaver on dual-head FC 14 box, one head running on DisplayLink driver.
I can only assume that it's the DisplayLink config which caused the crash. But it's very reproducible; screensaver will not run in this config.
*** Bug 649724 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 657034 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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