Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 807939
Last modified: 2013-02-13 18:30:01 EST
Description of problem:
During detetion of tabs, all 3 of my konsole instances disappeared and the drkonqi popup appeared. I went through the dialogue up to the point where I was asked to install debuginfo. I poked the "yes" link and drkonqi flashed another konsole with the syntax help for some command and disappeared.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
This problem has appeared twice in the past few months across different versions of KDE and the product mix with Fedora.
Steps to Reproduce:
See above description. Additionally, the drkonqi process appears to be broken as well. There should be a log of what happened in order to do debugging.
Konsole: No crash
DrKonqi: Debuginfo installed properly; a log needs to be generated somewhere so debuging of these issues can be performed.
please, is this issue still present? If it is and drkonqi still refuses to cooperate (if you have debuginfos installed properly then just don't click the installer button), please, generate a backtrace using the following commands:
gdb konsole OR gdb
attach <PID of already running konsole>
<now trigger the crash, gdb should stop>
The last command will generate the complete backtrace we need.
You can get the PID for example by looking in System Monitor (ksysguard) and displaying the PID column.
Created attachment 598712 [details]
output from gdb showing startup and segfault
I did as you suggested, attaching the konsole process via gdb.
Here's the output from gdb.
Killing multiple tabs didn't get as far as it has been. I got a segfault and drkonqi came up but told me that there was no useful information.
I made multiple tabs with ctrl-shift-t and then held down the ctrl-d key. This used to produce the problem.
Thank you a lot for the backtrace.
I found a couple of reports upstream (one of them by you) that seem to be related to your problem. Do you use any input method like fcitx or have ibus? If yes, what versions of the packages?
Thank you, Martin
I don't use anything special for input method... just whatever comes out of the box.
Hmmm, we don't install any input methods by default on the KDE spin. If you installed from the DVD, you probably have IBus installed though, but it shouldn't be enabled for English or other western locales in F16.
I did install from the DVD... AND, I've been seeing lots of msgs from dbus.
Is there a F(C) 16 doc site?
Do you need any other info?
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