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Wayland (Fedora 25) causes Segfault? #785

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bit4man opened this Issue Dec 6, 2016 · 6 comments

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bit4man commented Dec 6, 2016

I'm getting segfaults after upgrading to F25 when I launch pronterface. I do not get Pronterface loaded at all and abrt refuses to post a BZ since no frame or threads are found in the dump. From retrace it seems the issue is caused by "libwayland-client.so.0". I need advice on how to provide the correct dump/data on this.

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Dump created by abrt
pronterface.zip

bit4man commented Dec 6, 2016

Dump created by abrt
pronterface.zip

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If you run Pronterface with:

GDK_BACKEND=x11 pronterface

Is the problem gone? We have had some crashes with wxPython apps on Wayland, so if this fixes the issue, I will make it the default in Fedora.

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hroncok commented Dec 6, 2016

If you run Pronterface with:

GDK_BACKEND=x11 pronterface

Is the problem gone? We have had some crashes with wxPython apps on Wayland, so if this fixes the issue, I will make it the default in Fedora.

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I don't have access to the actual workstation today. However, I did a ssh -X (X11 forwarding) to the box and that works. Which is why I concluded it was Wayland. Sorry for not stating that initially.

bit4man commented Dec 6, 2016

I don't have access to the actual workstation today. However, I did a ssh -X (X11 forwarding) to the box and that works. Which is why I concluded it was Wayland. Sorry for not stating that initially.

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@hroncok confirmed. Setting GDK_BACKEND=x11 fixes the issue (or bypasses it to be more specific). Thanks for the tip!

bit4man commented Dec 7, 2016

@hroncok confirmed. Setting GDK_BACKEND=x11 fixes the issue (or bypasses it to be more specific). Thanks for the tip!

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gbr1918 Dec 13, 2016

@hroncok Great! That's fixed my problem - thank you very much indeed, Hroncok.

gbr1918 commented Dec 13, 2016

@hroncok Great! That's fixed my problem - thank you very much indeed, Hroncok.

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I'm closing this issue. Fixed with 6a7c9d7. Please feel free to reopen the issue if you think the matter is not solved.

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rockstorm101 commented Dec 13, 2017

I'm closing this issue. Fixed with 6a7c9d7. Please feel free to reopen the issue if you think the matter is not solved.

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