Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 861895
[abrt] mc-4.8.6-1.fc17: g_malloc: Process /usr/bin/mc was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2013-08-01 00:23:33 EDT
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libreport version: 2.0.14
cmdline: /usr/bin/mc -P /tmp/mc-pau/mc.pwd.2011
:Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
: #2 g_malloc at gmem.c:159
: #3 g_strdup at gstrfuncs.c:356
: #4 g_strdupv at gstrfuncs.c:2431
: #5 g_key_file_init at gkeyfile.c:574
: #6 g_key_file_new at gkeyfile.c:631
: #7 mc_config_init at common.c:115
: #8 dlg_read_history at dialog.c:168
: #9 init_dlg at dialog.c:1228
: #10 do_create_message at wtools.c:130
: #11 fg_message at wtools.c:147
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Hmmm, this one is interesting. MC is likely not the culprit here as it only calls a simple g_key_file_new() initialization function without any arguments. The segfault itself is caused by either glib2 or glibc.
Reassigning to glib2 to investigate. Feel free to further reassign to glibc if appropriate.
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