Description of problem:
Process /usr/bin/python was killed by signal 6
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
system-config-printer is crashed
system-config-printer should not crashed
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Looking at the backtrace, this looks like a C-level assertion failure inside GDK due to an error talking to the X server whilst handling tooltips (frames #0-#6).
Starting at the textual bottom of the backtrace and working back up the file:
Frames #56 - #51: /usr/bin/python starting up, running /usr/share/system-config-printer/applet.py
Frames #50 - #42: appears to be a Python call to gtk.main(), running the GTK main loop
Frames #41 - #38: a timeout has happened, calling back into Python code
Frames #37 - #33: appears to be a call to an instance method of a Monitor instance
Frames #32 - #30: appears to be a call to an instance method of a JobViewer instance
Frames #29 - #20: running various Python code, which appears to be making a nested call into gtk.main()
Frames #19 - #11: appears to be within the nested invocation of gtk.main()
Frames #10 - #8: code related to GTK's implementation of tooltips, leading to:
Frame #7: a call to XTranslateCoordinates
Frames #6 - #0: an XError appears to have resulted from the call to XTranslateCoordinates(), and the process aborts.
[Reassigning component from "python" to "system-config-printer" and editing the "Subject" line to be more descriptive]
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 739745 ***