Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 838978
[abrt] hugin-2011.4.0-5.fc17: OverviewOutlinesTool::draw: Process /usr/bin/hugin was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2013-07-31 17:41:56 EDT
libreport version: 2.0.10
comment: Clicking Fast Preview Tool in Toolbar crashes the Hugin program. The same happens when in Preferences the Fast Preview is selected as next step After Align Open ... Fast Preview ...
backtrace: Text file, 78051 bytes
dso_list: Text file, 11845 bytes
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Created attachment 597356 [details]
Created attachment 597357 [details]
Thanks for the bug report, though I don't see any obvious problems in the backtrace etc...
There have been reported problems with the 'overview', if you can ever get the Fast Preview visible with an empty project you can disable it and it will stay disabled for future projects.
If this doesn't work, it would be useful to know if the bug is fixed in a recent snapshot, I have RPMs here: http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/bpostle/panorama/
Note that the snapshots are quite stable, but the GUI is different and a bit rough.
Thank you for help. The trick with disabling overview in fast preview works. I was able to start fast preview for a minute after deleting configuration file ~/.hugin , then imported one small image, immediately activated fast preview and disabled overview.
Had a look at the development snapshot. Was not able to test much. The main window starts, but is narrow, needs to be resized. When I try to resize the window – both ways clicking icon or pulling border - program crashes.
Glad the workaround works for you.
I can't reproduce the resize crash, are you using a tiling window manager?
I do not understand what tiling window manager means, if it is currently used, and how to find out in Gnome which window manager is used.
The PC runs recently fresh installed Fedora 17 (with followup yum updates), Gnome desktop (I guess something called fallback mode due to an older graphics card).
I installed also KDE, logged in and started KDE. KDE runs smoothly. Hugin, fast preview, crashes in KDE the same way as if run in Gnome.
Sorry I don't have any more ideas, your system seems fine and you are not using a tiling window manager.
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