Bug#151870: marked as done (xitalk crashes if you click on 3rd user)
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Subject: xitalk crashes if you click on 3rd user
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If you have 3 people logged in, and you click on the 3rd person, xitalk
quits. The 4th person, 1st 2nd all work fine - it's always the 3rd
person that causes it to crash.
I ran a debugger on the second process (the child) xitalk creates and the
process quits with a segmentaion fault in XtAppMainLoop, the parent program
just quits without saying anything.
I don't know how to debug XtAppMainLoop since it seems to be in a
library. This could be a bug in the library I suppose. I am running
woody - version 4.1.0-16 of libxaw.
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Bug doesn't happen in the latest version, and the original submitter
has not confirmed that it still happens for them.