Segment faults in KDE
lauri at kde.org
Sat Jun 7 12:50:31 PDT 2003
On Saturday 07 June 2003 18.14, Lord Raiden wrote:
> Yeah, I'm getting the same thing. Only difference is when I look at the
> debug information I get the following:
> #0 0x28ecb644 in __sys_poll () from /usr/lib/libc_r.so.4
> #1 0x28ecab90 in _thread_kern_sched_state_unlock () from
> #2 0x28eca555 in _thread_kern_scheduler () from /usr/lib/libc_r.so.4
> #3 0x0 in ?? ()
The base gdb in -STABLE doesn't handle KDE's threaded applications very well.
Virtually every backtrace will say the above (which is totally irrelevant to
> Not sure if it's the same error you are getting, but I would be curious
> to find out what's causing this for me as well. It's not a huge issue,
> but it is very annoying.
> > Ok, you can scratch my other issue. I got that fixed. Had to
> > totally rebuild my XF86Config file and all was happy in X land.
> > However, I'm back to my original problem. I'm getting segment
> > faults closing out of any app on my desktop. KDE also crashes when I'm
> > logging out. I get core dumps a lot. Any suggestions on why this is
> > would be greatly welcomed. Thanks.
Most likely, you have an NVidia card, are using the NVidia drivers, and have
Qt compiled with OpenGL enabled. Recompile it with WITHOUT_OPENGL set.
KDE Documentation: http://i18n.kde.org/doc/
KDE on FreeBSD: http://freebsd.kde.org/
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