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Bug#272981: kde: whole GUI hangs

Package: kde
Version: 4:3.1.2
Severity: normal

I started KDE.  During the startup process, I pressed Alt+F2 and started
to enter an URL.  While entering the URL, the list of possible
completions (certain previously entered URLs) was shown.  Since KNode
belonged to my saved session, KNode was started and requested access to
the digital wallet "kdewallet".  A message window popped up, telling me
that KNode wanted this access.

The KWallet message window was shown in front of the URL entering dialog
but the completion list was shown in front of the KWallet message window
although belonging to the URL entering dialog.  From this point on, all
keyboard and mouse events were ignored.  Neither the window manager nor
any application could be controlled via keyboard or mouse.  So it was
necessary to kill processes via the "kill" command.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.1
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: i386 (i586)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.7-pike
Locale: LANG=de_DE@euro, LC_CTYPE=de_DE@euro

Versions of packages kde depends on:
ii  kde-amusements               4:3.1.2     The K Desktop Environment (Games a
ii  kde-core                     4:3.1.2     The K Desktop Environment (Core)
ii  kdeaddons                    4:3.2.3-2   add-on plugins and applets provide
ii  kdeadmin                     4:3.2.2-1   KDE Administration tools metapacka
ii  kdeartwork                   4:3.2.3-2   themes, styles and more from the o
ii  kdegraphics                  4:3.2.3-1.1 KDE Graphics metapackage
ii  kdemultimedia                4:3.2.2-1   KDE Multimedia metapackage
ii  kdenetwork                   4:3.2.2-1   KDE Network metapackage
ii  kdepim                       4:3.2.2-2   KDE Personal Information Managemen
ii  kdeutils                     4:3.2.2-2   KDE Utilities metapackage
ii  quanta                       1:3.2.2-1   web development environment for KD

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