abrt version: 1.1.18
Attached file: backtrace, 18408 bytes
comment: Have never been successful in sending files; Empathy always reported the same error. This was the first crash caused.
Attached file: coredump, 29642752 bytes
reason: Process /usr/libexec/telepathy-gabble was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. Was using Empathy 2.32.2 with Fedora 14 x64, connected & chatting from gtalk account to another user using gtalk account (also Empathy 2.32.2) over local network accessed via wireless + VPN on both sides
2. other user attempted to send file; file send failed after timing out and reporting an error ("Error sending <filename> to <contact> Error while trying to transfer the file"). Timeout took approximately 60 seconds.
3. attempted to send test file back to other user; file send failed with same error. Timeout took approximately 60 seconds.
4. Crash occured.
Created attachment 522987 [details]
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