Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 808395
Middle clicking a storage device icon on desktop makes Nautilus crash
Last modified: 2015-03-03 18:04:57 EST
Let file manager handle the desktop (GNOME Tweak Tool). I have an ext4 partition mounted my default after booting (edited /etc/fstab) on /media/Data, so I get an icon of a hard drive in my desktop representing that partition. I only middle clicked (wheel click) the icon with the mouse.
I can reproduce this crash with any storage device icon, even an automatically mounted external device (SD card).
Please provide a backtrace of the crash: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/StackTraces
Created attachment 573969 [details]
Backtrace of the crash
Didn't provide a bracktrace because ABRT told me it was unusable... Anyway, as I said, I can reproduce the crash every time.
Hope it helps!
(In reply to comment #3)
> Didn't provide a bracktrace because ABRT told me it was unusable... Anyway, as
> I said, I can reproduce the crash every time.
Yes, your backtrace is missing debug symbols as well. Please install appropriate -debuginfo packages, it shouldn't be a problem with Fedora 16.
Created attachment 574559 [details]
Backtrace locally generated
Thought the "Retrace Server" would do that for me... Anyway, ABRT says this time: "The backtrace is incomplete, please make sure you provide de steps to reproduce.".
Steps to reproduce are easy, thankfully! ;-)
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