[Pkg-utopia-maintainers] Bug#569932: Bug#569932: devicekit-disks: completely unusable due to devkit-disks-daemon segfault
biebl at debian.org
Mon Feb 15 11:55:43 UTC 2010
Teodor MICU wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 12:38 PM, Martin Pitt <mpitt at debian.org> wrote:
>> Teodor [2010-02-15 11:44 +0200]:
>>> Justification: renders package unusable
>> I downgraded this to important, since it does not affect all users.
> It does for me on all 3 desktop hosts running Debian (squeeze/testing).
Could you explain in more detail what kind of setup you are using (partitions,
lvm, hardware, ide/sata driver). Is this setup identical on all 3 desktops?
How do you trigger the crash?
Does it happen when you insert/remove external hardware?
>>> As reported in the first message, it segfaults at startup:
>>> | Feb 15 11:29:01 frost kernel: [ 7524.054613] devkit-disks-da:
>>> | segfault at c ip 080660da sp bfb563b0 error 4 in devkit-disks-daemon[8048000+28000]
>> This is unfortunately not enough to debug the crash.
> The files are attached, but probably some extra libraries should be
> installed for the missing debugging symbols. I runned these two
> commands in two different sessions since '*disks*' processes are
> killed after each execution.
To get a more meaningfull backtrace, please follow the instructions on 
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