Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 971254
[abrt] mate-control-center-1.5.5-3.fc18: __strcmp_sse4_2: Process /usr/bin/mate-keybinding-properties was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2013-06-29 13:26:27 EDT
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (8 frames)
#0 __strcmp_sse4_2 at ../sysdeps/i386/i686/multiarch/strcmp-sse4.S:250
#1 g_strcmp0 at gtestutils.c:1992
#2 key_match at mate-keybinding-properties.c:459
#3 gtk_tree_model_foreach_helper at gtktreemodel.c:1607
#5 gtk_tree_model_foreach at gtktreemodel.c:1653
#6 append_keys_to_tree at mate-keybinding-properties.c:477
#7 reload_key_entries at mate-keybinding-properties.c:1028
#8 setup_dialog at mate-keybinding-properties.c:1904
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Can you describe a little more detailed what's happend?
Does this error ocours frequently?
(In reply to Wolfgang Ulbrich from comment #11)
> Can you describe a little more detailed what's happend?
> Does this error ocours frequently?
I just Customize my own keybinding:
1. on Lenovo notebook T430,there is a key One-key-buckup(Windows?).I bind it to "/bin/xset dpms force off".
2. maybe some command on "Fn+F3/F4/F5..".I can not remember.
Now,every time I run the mate-keybinding-properties via System->KeyBinding(Or similar) non-root.
as root, it is run OK.
I think this error may be caused by a particular set of keys cause.
Glad to hear that the issue doesn't ocours anymore with latest updates.
Upstream did a lot of fixes since 1.5.x, also libmatekbd is improved.
So i will close this report, feel free to report again if the issue still exists,
i will re-open then the report.