ports/105589: Firefox 2.0 segfaults when saving more than one file per session

Micah micahjon at ywave.com
Mon Dec 11 11:02:52 PST 2006

Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
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> Micah wrote:
>> Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
>>> No, it doesn't really help isolate why the problem is happening.  It's
>>> just good to know we have a workaround.  You should try and find out
>>> what KDE is doing that affects GTK+ or GNOME applications.  THAT would
>>> help track down the crash.
>> I've got an email into the KDE maintainer(s) to see if they can shed
>> some light on it. I did notice one thing though. I get the following
>> error on the settings-deamon's terminal right about where Firefox would
>> normally crash. I rebuilt D-Bus (and the QT/Glib bindings for it) with
>> debugging symbols, but that doesn't seem enough to get it to display the
>> backtrace.
>> (gnome-settings-daemon:43599): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: gsignal.c:2271:
>> signal name `new-toplevel_window' is invalid for instance `0x80c6250'
>> process 43620: arguments to dbus_connection_add_filter() were incorrect,
>> assertion "connection != NULL" failed in file dbus-connection.c line 4954.
>> This is normally a bug in some application using the D-Bus library.
>>   D-Bus not compiled with backtrace support so unable to print a backtrace
> GNOME requires that you run under a D-BUS enabled session.  All of this
> is covered in the GNOME FAQ at http://www.freebsd.org/gnome/docs/faq2.html .
> Joe

If Gnome requires this then how come the FAQ says it's optional? How 
come the port allows you to install it without mentioning this? How does 
this relate to the error I'm getting?

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