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cmdline: emacs class.cpp
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#1 fatal_error_signal at /usr/src/debug/emacs-24.2/src/emacs.c:366
#4 getenv at getenv.c:89
#5 g_getenv at genviron.c:256
#6 send_and_allow_reentry at event.c:104
#7 Accessibility_DeviceEventController_NotifyListenersSync at event.c:155
#8 spi_atk_bridge_key_listener at event.c:224
#9 _gail_util_key_snooper at gailutil.c:284
#10 gtk_invoke_key_snoopers at gtkmain.c:2247
#11 gtk_main_do_event at gtkmain.c:1667
#16 g_main_context_iteration at gmain.c:3351
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For analysis I would like to get some overview.
How to simulate that error.
You have just only logged into KDE and run command emacs --daemon?
Did you logged out from session when SIGSEGV occurs?
Thank you in advance
I was just saving a text file
reason: Process /usr/bin/emacs-24.2 was killed by signal 7 (SIGBUS)
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