Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 770619
[abrt] yelp-1:2.30.2-1.fc14: strstr: Process /usr/bin/yelp was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2012-08-16 10:19:16 EDT
abrt version: 1.1.18
Attached file: backtrace, 56841 bytes
cmdline: gnome-help ghelp:///usr/share/gnome/help/gnome-terminal/C/gnome-terminal.xml
Attached file: coredump, 171593728 bytes
reason: Process /usr/bin/yelp was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
Well I have to admit having just "upgraded" from FC5 to F14 it's been a rather depressing. A few things are better but in general FC5 was much easier to deal with.
Even at this point F14 is EOL'd. Seems to me that it would be worth while for "someone" to review past versions and actually what was really solid and user friendly, rather than just plunging head first with changes which may not beneficial.
As simple example. Who creates a financial calculator without a memory function?
How to reproduce
Was using the terminal in Gnome (F14) looking through the gui manual and phift! Gone.
Created attachment 549776 [details]
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