OpenSUSE :: Applications Crashes Without Any Known Reason?
Jul 13, 2011
on my Netbook i run Opensuse 11.4, it works fine until a couple Days. Since there more and more Apps wont start anymore. For example Dolphin, Yast, Ocular and so on... so better say´d, only Thunderbird and Firefox still running. I dont get any Error Messages or something like this, when i start a Application there just pop´s the Program Bar in the Start Menu and then after that (normally the Window of the Program would be shown) it just disappears. Dumb on that is, that i even cant backup my Data, because Dolphin dont show up anymore.
Title says it all.Ubuntu 9.10 on HP Pavilion dv4 laptop crashes all the time absolutely for no reason.
Everything is working very fine and suddenly bang ubuntu drops to black screen and cursor blinking on top right corner requiring a reboot to get it back to normal and again happens the same at any random time.
Having VLC crash upon opening? I would think that they would have it fixed by now & just trying to follow up. I tried to do a bug report but couldn't get it to go for whatever reason (at least I don't THINK it took).
My tomboy always ran very fluently until one day I tried the tomboy-image patch. When I tried to resize a big image in my note, tomboy crashed. This was the first time I experienced tomboy crashed. I felt bothered. As a result, I removed the tomboy-image. Later on, sometimes I clicked on a link to another note or when I clicked on a note and then tomboy crashed. It is not very often but bothered me a lot. Especially after I kill the process, I can't reopen it right away. I have to wait a while. I don't know if it relates to the installation of tomboy-image or not? Since I already remove it, how can it still in effect? Or tomboy normally acts not that fluent when the amount of notes become larger? (I have 6xx notes so far).
Ive been searching half the internet for a solution for a strange problem im having with a server (CentOS 5.2 Final). For no apparent reason, the server will just be powered off.I've looked in the dmesg log and /var/log/messages file, but that doesnt show anything, except the "syslogd 1.4.1: restart." message after booting it up again, and hours in advance of the crash a "suhosin" alert message.
I experience X crashes on a frequent level. First it happened with the current stable nvidia 180 driver, and the nonfree flash player (....., vimeo, etc). I replaced the stable nvidia driver with the 180-dev driver which fixed the flash problem. However it still happens that the X chashes without any reason or pattern. One time it crashed the moment I wanted to save a PDF file to my HDD downloading it with Firefox, another time it crashed while idling. I use an Alienware M15x with a nvidia 260M. Compiz is installed and active. Which other data or logs do you need?
Already in Ubuntu 10.10 I faced some odd behaviour after the login, e.g. the icons for maximizing or closing were gone, but after reloading with compizfusion icon, they appeared back (for both compiz and metacity).
After the update to 11.04, certain applications just crashes permanently after some time, like Firefox, Synaptic or Libreoffice (now gone). Additionally the screen shows sometimes orphaned pixel or logs out completely.
I'm using an Intel graphic cards from the notebook Hp 2740p. I couldn't find any errors in the log viewer and also a fresh install of Ubuntu 11.04 in Unity and Gnome as well in Linux Mint, couldn't solve the problem. I also deleted config folders from my homefolder, like .gnome, .gconf, etc. to see if there would be a change. But this strange behaviour still persists.
As I setup a new user the behaviour was gone for sometime, but came finally back after some days, without messing around with any configurations.
Back in 2005 somebody wrote PySDM for Ubuntu. I was just looking to see if we @ openSUSE had such a handy tool, and I can't find any. Nor is PySDM found in WebPIN. Am I missing something in Yast (to edit fstab)? Is there some reason I don't want to use PySDM (that I don't know)?
right after updating suse 11.2 via wlan to 11.3 i could not connect to my WPA2 secured Wlan anymore. looking in dmesg i found:
Code: wlan0: deauthenticating from 00:24:01:e7:94:75 by local choice (reason=3) i found a lot of bugs messages relating to this, including the "fix" removing the network manger. i did remove it, but it did not help. i also removed wpa2 and tried with no encryption, but that showed more errors. so i tried 11.1 live-cd and it worked flawlessly. then i tried kernel 2.6.35-rc3-6-pae from the factory repo. then, i got sick of reading without finding a bugfix and i edited the kernel source myself (no, not dangerous, and yes i knew what i was doing). i commented out line 2963 to 2966 in rivers/net/wireless/hostap/hostap_ioctl.c . well, that worked for the deauthenticating issue, but now i have 40% to 60% package loss in my wlan. again i tried my 11.1 live-cd and it still worked. then i compiled kernel 2.6.37 vanilla from kernel.org, but that, too,
Ruptures the connection Internet happen is unpredictable, sometimes in 2-3 hours, sometimes in 2-3 minutes. Prompt where in system logs SUSE 11.3 it is possible to define the reason of ruptures. There is data from logs of player XINE, often used by me for review of video of translations c url = [URL]. I apply log of an engine of player XINE in pictures. It is ready to present adjustments, configurations, logs.
LOG OF XINE ENGINE MESSAGES 2:21:40 PM: Loaded configuration from file '/home/workuser/.config/gxine/config' 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.audio_cd.cddb_cachedir specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/cddbcache 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.capture.save_dir specifies in a nonexistent location 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.dvb.channels_conf specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/channels.conf 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.raw_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/rdvd 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.css_cache_path specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.dvdcss/ 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.radio_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/radio0 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.video_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.wintv_pvr.device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter subtitles.separate.font_freetype specifies in a nonexistent location 2:21:41 PM: xine: found input plugin: file input plugin 2:21:41 PM: xine: found demuxer plugin: image demux plugin CONSOLE The warning: the configuration parameter media.audio_cd.cddb_cachedir specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/cddbcache The warning: the configuration parameter media.capture.save_dir specifies in a nonexistent location The warning: the configuration parameter media.dvb.channels_conf specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/channels.conf The warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.raw_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/rdvd The warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.css_cache_path specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.dvdcss/ The warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.radio_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/radio0 The warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.video_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 The warning: the configuration parameter media.wintv_pvr.device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 The warning: the configuration parameter subtitles.separate.font_freetype specifies in a nonexistent location libgnomeui-2.so.0: it is impossible to open the divided object file: There is no such file or the directory. lirc: it is impossible to initialize - remote control is disconnected lirc: probably, lircd it is not launched or you can't be connected to a socket?
I have been upgrading (upgrade from 11.3 then fresh install to 11.4) and as usual with Broadcom I have problems. On 11,3 I used the Pacman STA and was working fine. for 11.4, I suppose that my BCM4312 will be supported after installing the b43 driver. It actually woks, few seconds (but never had time to verify) Some background
lspci gives 0c:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY (rev 01) Using KDE network manager I can see the wifi AP around, including mine, the problem is when I wan to connect, using WPA2 (TKIP + EAS), I have the right password (I can connect from another station), but when I try here it keeps coming back asking from password .. (I use the kwallet, but that should be out of scope) .. Basically it always fails..
I'm trying to migrate from Ubuntu to OpenSUSE but for some reason I can't get the install to work. I've tried installing the GNOME live CD both from a CD and a USB but after I select installation it goes to the loading screen for a few seconds and then the screen goes black and it stays like that till I reboot. Is it a problem with my hardware or something or did something miss-write when I burned the CD/USB?
Sometimes, when browsing the internet with FireFox, the entire system freezes. The only thing I can do is moving the mouse pointer,I can't use the Run command or anything else.It usually happens after a stand-by.
I just upgraded my AMD64 Phenom X3 on Asus M3A76-CM mobo from OpenSuSE 11.1 to OpenSuSE 11.2. The upgrade didn't go smooth, but it went through after some glitches. I posted this from the system running OpenSuSE 11.2. The problems I have encountered are the system crashed when I tried to Suspend to RAM and/or Disc. The display just showed the Penguin sideway with the bar went down to about 85%. BTW, why shows a Penguin sideway when the system is suspended to RAM/Disc? If one wants to show a Penguin sleeps, it should be standing and not laid sideway.
Every couple of hours OOo Base crashes - just closes the program of its' own accord.
Annoying enough in itself, but at least it usually recovers up to the last point I saved my work. The last time it happened though it didn't even recover to my last save point - it recovered to an old save point! So I have lost 30 minutes' work.
kate is my favorite text editor, and everything was working fine until recently. Whenever launching Kate, whether by opening a text file or by clicking the Kate icon, a dialog box pops up that KDEInit could not launch 'konsole'. In the background, a konsole window flashes briefly before disappearing.The baffling thing is, that if I click the "run Kate" shortcut, instead of the Kate shortcut, then Kate launches normally. I'm running 11.2 with all the updates installed
Recently OpenOffice has started crashing on me when loading the program. The splash screen will appear for a moment then the KDE crash handler comes up. Here's what I get when launching from the console:
I've tried deleting the .ooo3 directory in my home directory but that doesn't seem to help. Also, I'm running with Sun's JDK in case that makes any difference. I know that OpenOffice was working fine for me immediately after my fresh install of 11.3. I only use OpenOffice once every couple of weeks so I'm not sure if there was a specific update or anything that broke things for me.
I need to change attributes in my /etc/fstab file.
I cant change my fstab file because apparently Kwrite only crashes when accessed by Konsole in SU mode.
I type this input/output:
linux-mg28:/home/me # kdesu kwrite /etc/fstab kdesu(13370): Session bus not found KCrash: Application 'kdesu' crashing... sock_file=/root/.kde4/socket-linux-mg28/kdeinit4__0
I have a dual XP/suse11.3 system. I even removed my old Suse along with all its partitions, leaving only the NTFS XP, re-downloaded the 11.3 ISO image, burned a new fresh install disk and reinstalled 11.3. I updated the software in YaST.
I still can't modify my fstab file. But I can locate the file in Dolphin and click it to open in a Kwrite window. Read only of course.
I got an error : ./eclipse The program 'Eclipse' received an X Window System error. This probably reflects a bug in the program. The error was 'BadAlloc (insufficient resources for operation)'. (Details: serial 163951 error_code 11 request_code 53 minor_code 0) Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously; that is, you will receive the error a while after causing it. To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line option to change this behavior. You can then get a meaningful backtrace from your debugger if you break on the gdk_x_error() function.)
I googled and found some solutions by downgrading xulrunner, but no dice.
When I've installed openSUSE 11.3, OpenOffice was asking me to install JRE, and I did it. However, next time i run it, it crashed without any error log. When I run it again, it sad a couple of time that JRE is defective, and asked me to reinstall it again. Eons passed, but my patience was rewarded. OpenOffice.org Impress was up. but just for a few seconds. Then it crashed again, and left no signs of life. I've repeated the same cycle few times... Then I decided to search for a solution, and read topics where similar problems were discussed. One solution was to expand my swap memory, and the another one was to install an older version of OO. I wasn't very eager to install an older version of OO, so I tried to expand swap memory by cutting memory from the other partitions. I found reference that swap memory should be twice bigger than RAM. Since i have 512 + 256 MB RAM, I've typed 1536 MB as a new value for swap memory. Error appeared that value of swap memory must be between 42MB and 684MB. I'm not sure about the second number, but it was between 600 and 700... I must get OpenOffice.org working as soon as possible, because it's very important for my work. I'm running 64bit openSUSE 11.3 on AMD Sempron 2800+ with 768MB RAM using OpenOffice 220.127.116.11-1.2 and java-1_6_0-sun
I am not sure as to why but rhythmbox actually freezes the system. I am unable to get into another desktop by pressing control-alt-F1, F2 etc. I am not sure how to diagnose this problem. The window loads, and then the system just crashes. According to the software Manager I am using version 0.12.8-1.43
I've just installed openSUSE 11.4 64bit Gnome and after that I downloaded eclipse-cpp-helios-SR2-linux-gtk-x86_64.tar.gz (CDT version for eclipse). I downloaded the linuxtools and tried to write some lines and I got a crash. I have the Oracle Java installed on the system. I restarted eclipse but seems that I cannot get rid of this crash. Did you experince something like this?
This is the output from cli: # # A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: # # SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x00007f48a3a2a89b, pid=16354, tid=139949755737856 # # JRE version: 6.0_24-b07