xfce 4.2 unstable?

Linux Master Jedi linuxmasterjedi at free.fr
Tue Apr 19 22:14:29 CEST 2005

Hello Corsac

Sorry, i'm a linux newbie, i don't know how you run gdb and backtrace.
About my OS, I'm running a kind of LFS : Rocklinux.
I can provide every informations you need if you just tell me how ;)

Thanks by advance

Corsac a écrit :
> On Tue, 2005-04-19 at 08:55 +0200, Linux Master Jedi wrote:
>>Yeah, i did that yesterday for another reason, my ram looks ok.
>>About Xfce4-panel crash, it crash even i don't have any plugin loaded.
>>And sometimes, when i loose the right click, i decide the include the "Xfce menu" to the 
>>"xfce4-panel" : that's directly crash it too. Few seconds later, .cache and .config removed, it 
>>works fine..
>>I'm open to help developers, just tell me what infos to provide and i will send them back. Or 
>>better, i know the main developer live closed to me, near Toulouse (France), i can meet him ;)
> What distro are you running ?
> I've some problems with xfce4-panel at the moment.
> I'm on debian sid with os-works packages and when I have xfce4-session,
> gtk2-engines-smooth and xfce4-panel, xfce4-panel keeps segfaulting
> inside libsmooth.so functions. (dont have the backtrace here).
> If I remove gtk2-engines-smooth or xfce4-session, it works fine... (I
> dont understand the role of xfce4-session because the segfault occurs in
> libsmooth.
> If I start with a fresh config for panel, it segfaults when I try to add
> a new plugin.
> Have you tried to run xfce4-panel in gdb and see the backtrace ?

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