On 03/23/2009 02:04 AM, Aurelien Jarno wrote:
On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 11:13:32AM -0700, Jeff Chimene wrote:On 03/17/2009 04:44 AM, Raphael Hertzog wrote:Hello Jeff, you have not yet responded to aur�lien's query below. It would be important for us to have a copy of the directory so that we can reproduce the problem on our side. Please provide it if you have it moved (instead of removed) or if you can grab it in a backup.Hi,Hi,It looks like the current version of .frozen-bubble/rc is identical to the version found by ext3grep. So, I guess the answer is no, I don't have a version that would reproduce the problem. Nevertheless, I've attached the version that ext3grep found.I am unable to reproduce the problem with your version of the configuration file. However, looking more closely at your initial bug report, it seems that you are using an amd64 kernel on an i386 installation. There is a know kernel bug (#518921) for the version you are using, that *may* explain your problem. However it only occurs if you have libc6-i686 *not* installed. Do you know if this package was installed or not when you had the problem (hint: you could have a look at /var/log/dpkg.*)? Aurelien
The segfault has returned. I removed the .frozen-bubble directory and it did not resolve the segfault.
I'm pretty sure that libc6-i686 /was/ installed when I filed the original report. During the various investigation phases, the library was removed. I reinstalled it a moment ago and it did not resolve the segfault.
I've removed libc6-i686 and frozen-bubble. I think we've spent enough time on this and haven't been able to reproduce it on any system but this one.
You mention amd64 kernel on an i386 installation. I'm not sure how that happened, or if it is a problem. The only thing that doesn't work on this system is powersaved, and that seems to be related to it not being a 64 bit app. I run Eclipse, Firefox, mplayer (although mplayer/testing segfaults), kde, realplayer, acroread...
Anyway, thanks for your time.