Hello, On sekmadienis 05 Gruodis 2010 19:17:48 Valerio Passini wrote: > > On sekmadienis 05 Gruodis 2010 13:54:15 Valerio Passini wrote: > > > I'm having problems with kttsd since the last update. I don't use > > > it very much so I tried to uninstall it too but a message appears > > > regularly telling: "Starting kttsd failed. Could not find demon > > > kttsd". If kttsd is installed a window pops up regularly informing > > > that the kttsd demon crashed. The output of dmesg is: > > > > > > [ 3523.988423] kttsd: segfault at 10 ip 00007f465053874c sp > > > 00007fff1b8c3030 error 4 in libkttsd.so.4.4.0[7f465052d000+15000] > > > [ 3583.150582] kttsd: segfault at 10 ip 00007fc3bd42b74c sp > > > 00007fff3f8e1480 error 4 in libkttsd.so.4.4.0[7fc3bd420000+15000] > > > [ 3643.628758] kttsd: segfault at 10 ip 00007f6197ef374c sp > > > 00007ffff9b79e70 error 4 in libkttsd.so.4.4.0[7f6197ee8000+15000] > > > [ 3703.153862] kttsd: segfault at 10 ip 00007f3287c9774c sp > > > 00007fff5fb43100 error 4 in libkttsd.so.4.4.0[7f3287c8c000+15000] > > > [ 3763.797769] kttsd: segfault at 10 ip 00007f5659a0974c sp > > > 00007fff7ba209e0 error 4 in libkttsd.so.4.4.0[7f56599fe000+15000] > > > > > > and so on. > > > What can I do to stop this? I want to stress that I don't need > > > kdeaccessibility. If it's a bug in kttsd I will file a bugreport. > > > > Yes, please report a bug (grave severity). > > > > Also install kdeaccessibility-dbg and try attaching gdb to kttsd to > > get backtrace when it crashes. > > I have this problem at the moment: I need to downgrade the KDE4 portion > that belongs to experimental in order to install kdeaccessibility-dbg > and I have a slow internet connection; > The error message about KTTSD shows because of a plasma widget, a clock, > that has been configured to tell the time every minute. > I forgot to have set it up in this way long time ago (never worked BTW), > then I have just remembered of it and disabled because it's really > annoying. Do you still think that installing kdeaccessibility-dbg is > worthwhile? In this case, I will do it tomorrow. Yes. Just download kdeaccessibility-dbg deb manually and dpkg --force-depends -i it. This might be enough to get a useful backtrace from gdb. -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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