Bug#271765: gnome crashes - hardware freeze

Josselin Mouette 271765@bugs.debian.org, 271765@bugs.debian.org
Wed, 15 Sep 2004 11:35:46 +0200

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Le mercredi 15 septembre 2004 =E0 01:12 -0400, John D. Hendrickson a
=E9crit :
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> # for the systems I'm refering to
> -- System Information:
> Debian Release: testing/unstable
>   APT prefers testing
>     APT policy: (500, 'testing')
>     Architecture: i386 (i686)
>     Kernel: Linux 2.6.7-k7
>     Locale: LANG=3DC, LC_CTYPE=3DC (ignored: LC_ALL set to C)

This is surely not current testing: the Debian release should be 3.1,
and it has been such for quite some time.

> 	--> missing icons (ie, "Home" appears as blank sheet not a house)

What is your version of nautilus and libgnomevfs2-0?

> 	gdm crashes (and freezes computer hard with it)

What is your version of gdm? What are you calling a computer hard

> 	xterm and other things have many font problems and eel problems.

Please detail what you are calling "font" and "eel" problems. What are
your versions of libxft2, libfontconfig1, libfreetype6, libpango1.0-0,

> 	gnome terminal doesn't work

Explain. Give your version of gnome-terminal.

> 	--> abiword often crashes with "Fatal: can't allocate memory"
> 		(reproducible, easily: just open print preview)

No, this is not reproducible here. What is your version of abiword and
its dependencies?

> All had woody (separately installed - one a fresh install).  All were
> dist-upraded to sarge individually.

Which sources are you using for the upgrade? They obviously look
different from the official sarge sources if even base-files is

> Now I did the compile sloppily - not insurning any of my compiling machin=
> libraries / headers weren't wrong.  (so if I can do it like an idiot and
> have not problems...)
> So, I guess what I'm saying is: I really wish someone over there would re=
> all of sarge's packages of gnome and have it checked and re-checked for
> install / uninstall / upgrade (all of, in any order) by a typical user.  =
> do think someone did it wrong - for whatever reasons.

If this is that easy, then do it yourself and stop sending bugreports
insulting other people, especially about obviously different versions
from the official ones. A quick glance at your reports in the BTS shows
you are used to such rants and insults without any understanding of what
you're talking about. If you want proper answers to your reports, then
please fill proper reports.
 .''`.           Josselin Mouette        /\./\
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