Description of problem:
Computer is extremely sluggish, internet drops out, (I do have a broadcom wifi adapter) everything seemed to be running ok until I ran yum install gnome-tweak-tool in the command line, things have been weird ever since. I've also had gnome-control-center and as gnome-shell crash as well. I'm not completely sure if the gnome tweak tool caused this or not
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libreport version: 2.0.18
:Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
: #0 g_list_reverse at glist.c:620
: #1 _g_get_unix_mounts at gunixmounts.c:451
: #2 g_unix_mounts_get at gunixmounts.c:1161
: #3 g_unix_mount_at at gunixmounts.c:1182
: #4 g_local_directory_monitor_constructor at glocaldirectorymonitor.c:135
: #5 g_inotify_directory_monitor_constructor at ginotifydirectorymonitor.c:82
: #7 g_object_new_valist at gobject.c:1830
: #9 _g_local_directory_monitor_new at glocaldirectorymonitor.c:284
: #10 directory_monitor_new at ../../src/libtracker-miner/tracker-monitor.c:1360
: #11 tracker_monitor_add at ../../src/libtracker-miner/tracker-monitor.c:1511
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