Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 801716
[abrt] scim-1.4.11-1.fc16: handle_error: Process /usr/lib/scim-1.0/scim-panel-gtk was killed by signal 5 (SIGTRAP)
Last modified: 2013-01-31 01:25:22 EST
libreport version: 2.0.8
cmdline: /usr/lib/scim-1.0/scim-panel-gtk --display :0 -c socket -d --no-stay
reason: Process /usr/lib/scim-1.0/scim-panel-gtk was killed by signal 5 (SIGTRAP)
time: Fri 09 Mar 2012 05:01:02 PM HKT
var_log_messages: Mar 9 17:01:02 localhost abrt: Saved core dump of pid 1827 (/usr/lib/scim-1.0/scim-panel-gtk) to /var/spool/abrt/ccpp-2012-03-09-17:01:02-1827 (10924032 bytes)
backtrace: Text file, 35327 bytes
dso_list: Text file, 5545 bytes
maps: Text file, 18411 bytes
Created attachment 568867 [details]
Created attachment 568868 [details]
Created attachment 568869 [details]
Please try ibus instead, by using im-chooser to switch to it.
ibus is now the default input method framework of Fedora.
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