[gnome-bluetooth] SEGMENTATION FAULT

Sasa Ostrouska sasa.ostrouska at volja.net
Tue Sep 21 13:41:42 BST 2004

On Tue, 2004-09-21 at 14:32 +0200, Mirza Muharemagic wrote:
> you are my man ;-)) ... unfortunately
> I have Slackware 9.1 with Dropline 2.6.2 on my laptop, and Gnome-Bluetooth v.4.x was working without any problems. I deinstalled it, and tried to install Gnome-Bluetooth 5.1 but I get same error as you ...
bluetooth-4.1 worked also for me. I know I found the precompiled packs
somwhere but don't remember where :)

> configure make and make install are working without any problems ... Obex server is running, everything is OK ... but gnome-bluetooth-manager gives me allways the same error ... "Segmentation Fault" ...
> In the beginning I wasn't able even to compile it, but after I made some updates (I don't remember which ones), everything run smoothly until I tried to run gnome-bluetooth-manager ...
> I am not sure what is causing "Segmentation Fault". It is some library which came with Dropline because I didn't made any other system upgrade. "Segmentation fault" is usually error which occurs when your libraries do not match (i.e. wrong version) and the library has wrong memory informations. Gnome-bluetooth-manager tries to access wrong memory segment which is causing this error ...I have no idea which library is causing this, and I didn't try to find it.
> Edd could know this ...
> M.
Same thing here, maybe is python ?? 

Sasa Ostrouska <sasa.ostrouska at volja.net>

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