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cygwin and nautilus



Greetings,

I have an issue where a cygwin computer connects to some debian machines
and runs:

"nautilus --no-desktop --browser"

Upon double clicking an icon, nautilus crashes with a nasty stack dump
[1].

However, if:

"nautilus --no-desktop --browser --sync"

is run, then no crashes, it is slow though.

Lastly, if the original command is run on gentoo box, it does not crash.


Does any one have any suggestions for debugging this?


[1]

Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=0048400C
eax=0132CA64 ebx=000FFFFC ecx=0132CA70 edx=100F3B00 esi=00000016
edi=0132CA70
ebp=0132C9D8 esp=0132C980 program=C:\cygwin\usr\X11R6\bin\XWin.exe, pid
3224, thread unknown (0xA50)
cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003B gs=0000 ss=0023
Stack trace:
Frame     Function  Args
0132C9D8  0048400C  (10293F20, 00000016, 0132CA64, 0132CA70)
0132CA18  0049DB72  (10293F20, 00000016, 0132CA64, 0132CA70)
0132CA88  00487C77  (10293F20, 00000000, 00000000, 00000016)
0132CAF8  0044F54D  (10293F20, 102AB3B0, 00000080, 10289450)
0132CBA8  0044FB46  (10289368, 00000020, 00000000, 1027F768)
0132CBC8  0044FF4A  (00A00004, 1027F768, 0132CC40, 00000000)
0132CCB8  00440A6C  (100FBE84, 100FBE84, 000000D8, 00000013)
0132CD78  004411F8  (100F3E68, FFFFFFFF, 611688E0, 610040DA)
0132CDB8  610B0A7B  (100FBF68, 0132CDF0, 610B0A00, 0132CDF0)
610B0A00  61004416  (8908758B, 5E8D2434, D82AE858, 7B83FFFF)
  19546 [unknown (0xA50)] XWin 3224 _cygtls::handle_exceptions:
Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
  19883 [unknown (0xA50)] XWin 3224 _cygtls::handle_exceptions: Error
while dumping state (probably corrupted stack)



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