Bug#932781: gnome-shell crashed on laptop lid close
vasudev at debian.org
Tue Jul 23 14:46:48 BST 2019
Simon McVittie <smcv at debian.org> writes:
> Control: tags -1 + moreinfo
> On Tue, 23 Jul 2019 at 10:36:59 +0530, Vasudev Kamath wrote:
>> Closing laptop lid normally puts laptop sleep and I get back my session on reopen. But after recent update
>> I see that I get logged out and closer inspection revealed that gnome-shell is crashing with following error
>> [ 746.169795] gnome-shell: segfault at 23000000022 ip 00007f3718787e04 sp 00007ffd56a0f0b0 error 4 in libwayland-server.so.0.1.0[7f3718787000+7000]
> This looks like the same thing as <https://bugs.debian.org/932428>.
Yes the behavior and even stack trace looked same.
>> I managed to get the coredump and backtrace of the same.
> To confirm, please could you install libwayland-server-0-dbgsym and
> libmutter-3-0-dbgsym and check this backtrace again?
>> #2 0x00007f9198e77ede in send_xdg_output_events
>> (resource=0x7f9184fc4000, wayland_output=wayland_output at entry=0x55fa9018cd90, logical_monitor=logical_monitor at entry=0x55fa926ac9e0, need_all_events=need_all_events at entry=0, pending_done_event=pending_done_event at entry=0x7ffca0e09144) at wayland/meta-wayland-outputs.c:553
> If you can type
> p *resource
> at the gdb prompt, that would also be useful information.
Sadly I'm not having the old core! I don't know what happened though. I
tried to reproduce the issue but this time I have totally different
stack trace. I installed all dbgsym and captured the backtrace with this
mail. Let me know if you need any more information.
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