adding icon's window crash
bob.snyder at cox.net
Sun Jan 4 06:13:38 CET 2009
> Bob Snyder a écrit :
>> You must run the command from gdb in a shell and then cause it to
>> crash. Once crashed you give the command "bt" for backtrace and the
>> resulting information should be copied and pasted into your email.
>> On my system, running the Create Launcher command creates this
>> command line (from ps):
>> exo-desktop-item-edit --display=:0.0 --create-new --type Application
>> Your command line may be different so start it normally and then grab
>> the command line from "ps ax".
> As far as I understand, here it is:
> exo-desktop-item-edit --display=camelia.tarabel.skl:0.0 --create-new
> --type Application /home/sandrine/Desktop
> before I lanched the window, this process wasn't listed by "ps ax",
> and after I closed the window clicking on the upper right cross, it
> isn't anymore.
> ps gives a status "Ss" for this process.
> Note, if useful: "camelia" is the name of the computer, which is
> configured as an "applications server". The lan we use is built upon 3
> levels : level 0 is oldpc configured as X terminals, level 1 is
> applications servers and level 2 is both a "primary xdmcp server" and
> a nfs server, exporting only /home.
> So, when I boot camelia on, (the 2 computers with the nfs server and
> the xdmcp server are already on), I first see the xdmcp list of
> available servers ; among which is camelia. Then I choose camelia,
> then I get the graphical login of xdm, then I log as "sandrine". All
> this is normal behavior for our lan.
>> Then open a shell and give it this:
>> gdb "your command line here"
>> Note the double quotes around the command line
> OK, I noted.
>> That should start the Create Launcher dialog.
> No, it does not!
> gdb starts (GNU gdb 6.4.90-debian), a few lines then says:
> This GDB wa configured as "i486-linux-gnu"...exo-desktop-item-edit
> --display=camelia.tarabel.skl:0.0 --create-new --type Application
> /home/sandrine/Desktop: no such file or directory.
> I launched the command gdb by hand in an xterm, where I am "sandrine",
> and positionned onto mu home directory (/home/sandrine).
> And when I check (ls -l) the directory "Desktop" do exists
> I forgot something?
I did try the command before replying, but it looks like I must have
messed up. Try the gdb command this way:
gdb --args your command line here
Note there are _no_ quote marks as I said before. After the command
loads give the command "run" to gdb.
I hope that works better.
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