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- Dec 26 2016, 1:01 PM (218 w, 6 d)
Thu, Mar 4
Include libunwind support
Wed, Mar 3
sudo eopkg it https://packages.getsol.us/unstable/f/firefox/firefox-86.0-213-1-x86_64.eopkg feel free to reopen if it doesn't fix the issue.
I believe i've found a fix for your issue, no need to upload.
Thanks, next can you find the crash report and the minidump and upload them for me, they should be in ~/.mozilla/firefox/Crash\ Reports/events/ and ~/.mozilla/firefox/9ypc25aw.default-release/minidumps/ respectively noting that 9ypc25aw would be the name of your profile.
Yeah I believe this is resolved now, just would like confirmation from @theSoenke before closing :)
After making sure you are fully up to date and checked for broken packages and have reinstalled firefox (sudo eopkg it --reinstall firefox), if you are still facing this issue please install gdb and firefox debuginfo via : sudo eopkg it gdb firefox-dbginfo
sudo eopkg it https://packages.getsol.us/unstable/n/network-manager-applet/network-manager-applet-1.20.0-41-1-x86_64.eopkg, should fix it, feel free to reopen if it doesn't.
Josh did rebuild and update it recently against the new glib2, can you check the usual stuff i.e. make sure you are fully up-to-date, check for broken packages and reinstall network-manager-applet and glib2.
hmm, probably just needs a rebuild but i can't replicate locally (at least on plasma). What settings specifically are you trying to edit?
Mon, Mar 1
Sun, Feb 28
Re-written the task with a full todo now that everything is figured out.
Figured it out.
- Build bash dynamically linked
- install glibc
- Re-build bash as static
Segfault only happens with a static build bash (our default for obvious reasons)
Strace: P15 - basically segfaults after reading root:x:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash from /etc/passwd
Fri, Feb 26
Updated the backstrace with dbginfo from glibc.
Thu, Feb 25
Looks like some additional crap to sort out w.r.t bash and the nss module.
Reading symbols from bash... Reading symbols from /usr/lib64/debug/.build-id/b6/c12c0bbaee3eae158905bd42199eb10ae5a8c9.debug... (gdb) run Starting program: /bin/bash
Wed, Feb 24
i think leaving matrix is fine?
thanks for the reply. For me, the _only_ font that renders properly is hack, every other font i try has the same issue, including the default font. Could you confirm?
Tue, Feb 23
To be deprecated: