Re: Backtrace mentions "__check_rhosts_file" !?
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On Tuesday 19 November 2002 2:28 am, Nick Boyce wrote:
> Since we seem to be quiet at the moment, I thought I'd ask something
> that's been bugging me : why does every KDE crash dump (= backtrace) I
> see include the line
> #1 0x40dcae48 in __check_rhosts_file () from /lib/libc.so.6
> (where the virtual address may vary) ?
> The presence of that "__check_rhosts_file" string always worries me -
> surely nothing should be looking for an rhosts file unless I'm using
> one of the hideous "r" commands (which I never am) ?
> (Sorry if this is a dumb question - I'm not a KDE programmer.)
You are better off asking the kde mailing list. Look at http://www.kde.org for
mailing list information. Alternatively, grep the sources. Sorry, but most
people here are users and the packagers don't tend to do that much with the
actual source code. I would imagine that it will be in kdelibs or qt. It
would be helpful if you posted the entire backtrace (or at least the few
lines around that), so we can see the context.
Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione.
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