Ubuntu :: Nautilus Crashes On Startup - Segmentation Fault?

Nov 4, 2010

I've been having a bit of trouble with Nautilus for the past few days; as soon as I log in, Nautilus starts opening "Starting file manager" windows uncontrollably, and I have to 'killall nautilus' to stop it.

If I try and run nautilus from the terminal, I'm merely given the output code...

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Ubuntu :: Pidgin Crashes With Segmentation Fault

Feb 19, 2010

Using Ubuntu 9.10 & Pidgin 2.5.5 (upgraded from 2.5.2 while writing this post, but it did not fix the problem)This problem appeared after closing pidgin and trying to run it again i.e. restarting it (I have to restart it at some point after a long runtime, but that is another issue), it fully loads up (at least, it looks like it) and then instantly crashes with segmentation fault message. Judging from the first glance on the log, the crash has something to do with the windows live protocol.Of course, I have tried searching the web and this forum for an answer, but could not find any suitable one. There is one solution I have found, that is: (re)moving the .purple folder, but that "solution" is not really an option.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Totem Crashes With Segmentation Fault

Jul 15, 2010

Yesterday Totem started crashing - the window shows for a second and then dissapears. Reinstalling via synaptic didnt help.Invalid column number 6 added to iter (remember to end your list of columns with a -1)Segmentation fault.I removed all installed gstreamer codecs, and it still crashes, and I now I have no clue why I cant use the app.I`m using a fresh install of Karmik Koala (over my ubuntu 10.04 without a format )

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Aug 14, 2010

After installing 11.3 as an update from 11.2 Kaffeine was working but Skype was not. Following various suggestions on this site I eventually got Skype working but now Kaffeine crashes every time I try to start it, this is the message I get:

Application: Kaffeine (kaffeine-xbu), signal: Segmentation fault
[Current thread is 1 (Thread 0x7f37268a1760 (LWP 26052))]
Thread 4 (Thread 0x7f37158fb710 (LWP 26054)):
#0 0x00007f3725043709 in pthread_cond_timedwait@@GLIBC_2.3.2 () from /lib64/libpthread.so.0
#1 0x00007f372612b951 in metronom_sync_loop () from /usr/lib64/libxine.so.1
#2 0x00007f372503ea4f in start_thread () from /lib64/libpthread.so.0
#3 0x00007f3723e2e82d in clone () from /lib64/libc.so.6
#4 0x0000000000000000 in ?? () .....

What it all means in very simple English and what an ignoramus can do to put it right? I should perhaps explain that although I have been using SuSE since version 9 I am totally incapable of understanding terminal work. I have so far managed, to a large extent, by trial and error but it seems that as versions get better it gets more and more difficult to fix problems. The help provided by OpenSUSE is very good but as one gets older it gets more and more difficult to remember instructions so that they can be followed - you need two pc's one being fixed and a working one to provide the instuctions side by side!

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Software :: Amarok Crashes With Segmentation Fault

Jun 24, 2010

When I try to start amarok, I get a splash screen, and then it crashes with a segmentation fault. I have tried removing the amarok rpm's, and reinstalling it, but that didn't work out. I don't get enough information from the backtrace, but I also can't figure out which packages I need to get more debugging information. I have been subscribed to development repositories, so I guess I have some unstable packages on my system, but don't know which ones. So this is what I get: After starting amarok from Konsole, I get the following output:


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Debian :: Some Apps Suddenly Crashes With Segmentation Fault

Feb 16, 2016

I noticed weird behavior with some of the installed applications. It all started with Guake when I wanted to use it. My shortcut key is F4, I hit F4 and nothing showed up. So I run Guake in terminal, everything fine. Then I hit F4 key and after few seconds Guake crashes with message "Segmentation fault". Nothing more, just that. Then I noticed that Audacity does the same, Gdebi too and even Reportbug app does that (I'm not sure about "segmentation fault", but the app crashes). I don't remember doing anything special or installing any app. All I can think of is this message when booting the system

Code: Select allsystemd[1]: Job rpcbind.service/start deleted to break ordering cycle starting with basic.target/start

No idea, if there is any connection. Is there anyway, how I can maybe see more behind that "Segmentation fault" error? I found history.log in /var/log/apt/, so I'm thinking about looking into it and see if I really did not installed anything. I have a little feeling that it might have started after some update, but I'm not sure about that..

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OpenSUSE :: Thunderbird 3 Crashes Wit A Segmentation Fault Due To Ldap

Dec 29, 2009

I am using openSuse 11.0 and have installed Thunderbird 3 (MozillaThunderbird-3.0.0-15.1) from the mozilla/openSUSE_11.0 repository of the build service. Thunderbird does not start, upon invoking it I get an instant crash with /usr/bin/thunderbird: line 130: 12025 Speicherzugriffsfehler $MOZ_PROGRAM "$@" (Speicherzugriffsfehler is the german equivalent of "segmentation fault"). I do believe, that this problem is somehow caused by some failed LDAP access.

I am using an LDAP-based user account which causes the behaviour described. For testing purposes I created a local user account, which could start thunderbird 3 without a problem. Starting and stopping nscd did not work, neither did the removal of .thunderbird and .mozilla. Here are the final lines of an strace dump:


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OpenSUSE :: 11.4 - Choqok Crashes With Signal 11 Segmentation Fault

Apr 9, 2011

Choqok has been working fine until today. Now, every time I start my computer and boot into openSUSE 11.4 x86-64 Choqok loads asks for the KWallet password which I enter, it then loads, but within seconds it crashes with a signal 11 Segmentation Fault. How do I fix this? It was working the last time my computer was on which was yesterday. I have not changed anything since then.

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Software :: Vuze Startup Segmentation Fault?

Feb 8, 2010

This issue seen with Vuze 4.3.10 and gcc-java-4.3.3-i4 running on Slackware 13.0 32-bit.Installed Vuze 4.3.10 from Vuze_4.3.1.0_linux.tar.bz2 downloaded from Sourceforge and tested OK as non-root user using ~/.azureus configuration from previous OK. Did not use for a week. Opened the Slackware 13.0 32-bit DVD torrent using Firefox 3.5.3. Saw Vuze message advising torrent had been added but Vuze exited.Started Vuze as same non-root user in a terminal using /opt/vuze/vuze &. Saw

/opt/vuze/vuze: line 188: 8468 Aborted ${JAVA_PROGRAM_DIR}java "${JAVA_ARGS}" -cp "${CLASSPATH}" -Djava.library.path="${PROGRAM_DIR}" -Dazureus.install.path="${PROGRAM_DIR}" -


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OpenSUSE :: Okular Crashes - Error Executable PID 4927 Signal: Segmentation Fault(11)

Aug 31, 2011

I got a problem with Okular crashing. This is the error message i get

Excutable okular PID 4927 Signal: Segmentation fault(11)

The PID is a different number each time i try to open a file. What could be causing this.

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Nov 14, 2010

X crashes and reports a segmentation fault, address nil. I've been using the generic Radeon driver without any problems, until now.

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Ubuntu :: Lbreakout2 Crashes With "segmentation Fault"?

Feb 1, 2011

Wasting too much time with this game the other day, the whole system froze up and I had to do a hard shutdown. Ever since then, the program won't load. No other programs seem to be affected. Tried uninstalling then reinstalling lbreakout2, to no avail.

~$ lbreakout2
LBreakout2 2.6.1
Copyright 2001-2005 Michael Speck
Published under GNU GPL


Of course, this could be nature's little way of telling me I should be doing less nostalgic arcade games and more homework, but still, would love to know if there's a fix for this.

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Ubuntu :: Firefox 3.5.7 Segmentation Fault

Feb 16, 2010

I just have installed Karmic Koala and have a problem running Firefox. I`ve seen that this is quite a common problem, but since I`m a newbie, I have no idea what to do. I have not found any solutions that would solve my problem yet. Every time I try to load a website including flash advertisings, Firefox just quits.

All the time I get this output.


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Ubuntu :: Apt-get Error: Segmentation Fault

Apr 28, 2010

I was in the process of installing something via apt-get. The laptop crashed halfway through, and now I cannot install anything new, do any updates/upgrades. I also cannot open Synaptic.When running apt-get in the terminal I get the following error:

Segmentation fault

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Ubuntu :: Synaptic Segmentation Fault?

Jul 4, 2010

I've been looking for an answer for this around all forums, but nothing works.So far, I've tried:

Editing "/etc/apt/apt.conf.d/70debconf" and adding
APT::Cache-Limit "33554432";


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Aug 6, 2010

I just made a pretty simple program in geany (GCC with default options)and I ended up with Segmentation fault. program is pretty simple and it performs binary search on an array.I know what segfault is but here I m clue less about why it is happening.and one thing more, the program runs fine in turbo C++ compiler.Same thing happened earlier too when I was making a program which included some simple string manipulation

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Apr 19, 2011

I using a linux kernel v2.6.26.something. Distribution: OpenSuse 10.3. While writing a c program on linux in KATE, i used character pointers to declare a string like, for ex: " char *temp " but compilation with gcc gives me the error," Segmentation Fault " what is segmentation Fault Why does it occur or what are the reasons behind it?

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CentOS 5 :: Yum Segmentation Fault

Apr 11, 2011

I did a Yum update last Friday. It was done before 5.6 was released so I still have 5.5 + various updates. Yum is now giving me a segmentation fault when I try to run it. I believe it has to do with an improperly synchronized version of sqlite which was updated and then Yum stopped working. I'm guessing that installing the latest Yum RPM will fix the dependency issues. Will this throw me out of sync with for instance updating to 5.6?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Segmentation Fault Installing Gcl?

Feb 4, 2010

When I install GNU Common Lisp, and run (help), it suggest that as a next step I run (HELP 'CONS). This halts with a segmentation fault.<br>When I attempt to install the CVS version, the installer compains and bails, also with a segmentation fault.<br>If the fault in my hardware, or is it a program bug that should be reported to someone? If hardware, how do I force a full fsck on /dev/sda when I boot up?<br>Instinct tells me the problem is in gcl (GNU Common Lisp, stable or CVS either one), because I'm not seeing problems otherwise.<br>

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Ubuntu :: Segmentation Fault In Epiphany And Openshot

Aug 24, 2010

When I open up epiphany, it prompts me to either recover or don't recover my session.
No matter what the decision, it outputs a segmentation fault. I can load it with a -p switch, as well as loading it as sudo (just to test) so I'm kind of thinking if i can re set the session to default, then I will be able to get around it?

I haven't been able to test this though because I cant find where the config files for epiphany are! It doesn't output anything useful other than segmentation fault. As for openshot, I JUST installed it, and it installed with no errors, but when I try and run it, this is the output

OpenShot (version 1.1.3)
Process no longer exists: 27456. Creating new pid lock file.
A new frmMain has been created
Segmentation fault

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Ubuntu :: Segmentation Fault On All Gnome Applications?

Sep 16, 2010

I am unable to successfully start either the XFCE or Gnome desktops, in Gnome the my wallpaper is displayed but that is all. This problem appeared yesterday night after my hard disk filled up, then all Gnome programs began to crash, also "df" failed to terminate. I was able to clear some space from the terminal (around 2 GB).

I was able to run an xterm so I attempted to load the components of Gnome manually from the terminal, to see which were problematic. I found that every application which uses Gnome fails to execute, producing a segmentation fault. A Java crash informed me that a "problematic frame" producing SIGSEGV was libgnomevfs-2.so.0. I ran md5sum on all libraries matching the pattern /usr/lib/*gnome*, the checksums are identical to those on a working Ubuntu installation, so it is unlikely to be corruption of a library.

I have managed to determine that the problem is not in GLib or GTK+ as I wrote a simple (hello world) GTK+ application which executes without problem.Furthermore (due to a lack of Gnome's network manager) I am without a network connection on the problematic computer.

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Ubuntu :: Segmentation Fault After Update When In VMware

Oct 3, 2010

I have been a Windows user for many years but heard lots of good things about Ubuntu and wanted to give it a shot. I have a VMware ESXi 4.1 server so I created a new VM (Ubuntu desktop 32-bit), downloaded the Ubuntu 10.4 32-bit desktop image, mounted it, and started the installation. Everything worked fine and I got a working Ubuntu system. I created a snapshot just in case I need to get back to this position.

I then saw a prompt from Update Manager and decided to update everything it told me to, which is 300 updates. At the end, I was asked to restart and I did. At that point, the system was not willing to start again. Here is what I get (... stands for omitted text):

Segmentation Fault
Gave up waiting for root device. Common problems:
- Boot args (cat /proc/cmdline)
- check root delay ...
- check root ....


I have no clue what to do at this point. I tried going back to the snapshot a few times but always ended up in the same state after installing updates. I tried installing VMware tools before the running the update but it didn't make a difference.

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Ubuntu :: Update-manager Segmentation Fault?

Oct 25, 2010

My update-manager in ubuntu 10.10 is seg faulting this morning:alan@linux-1000:~$ sudo update-managerSegmentation faultThe UI flashes open for a fraction of a second before it crashes.I also tried apt-get:alan@linux-1000:~$ sudo apt-get install -feading package lists... DoneSegmentation faulty tree... 50%

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Ubuntu :: Perl Tkx Causing Segmentation Fault?

Dec 29, 2010

Running a clean install of Ubuntu 10.10 under VMWare Player on a Thinkpad with Win7. Have previously used Perl/TK for GUI apps to run under both Windows & Linux. Latest Activestate Perl (Windows) does not support Perl/Tk, recommends Tkx, so I wanted to see if Tkx would work under Ubuntu. Tried to install Tkx using cpan, got obscure failure indicating dependency problem. Found a recommendation to apt-get install tcl8.5-dev, and then cpan installed Tkx.

Note, perl 5.10.1 is installed in Maverick by default. apt-get upgrade says I have the latest perl, Tcl and TK. I installed Tkx version 1.09 (using cpan). Couldn't find any info on what perl / Tkx versions are compatible. Now Tkx is installed, but any attempt to run a script that uses Tkx causes a segmentation fault. apt-get installed pmtools to investigate. Even examining Tkx with pmtools can cause a seg fault, for example:

$ pmvers Tkx
Segmentation fault

Is Tkx known to work (or not work) under Ubuntu,version 10.10 or other versions? Any suggestions about what to try next?It's hard to find info about Perl Tkx because so many people put "Can u help, tkx in advance" or similar in postings about anything under the sun. I've read a lot of them.

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Jan 31, 2011

I had a bad surprise today as I tried to start my Kubuntu: plasma-desktop segfaults when I try to start a graphical session (and I get into a black screen with a mouse that I can move, and I do get a notification for new updates appearing at the top of the screen, but that's all)... I can still login to console, but startx won't solve the issue. That's quite a serious issue and I can't find a workaround for now.

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Apr 18, 2011

My computer sporadically gets segmentation faults multiple times daily, but when I try to upgrade, it consistently faults on the download. I've runCode:sudo rm /var/cache/apt/*.binbut it still faults. I'm at a loss with this, is there something else I can do to solve the segmentation faulting

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May 25, 2011

I recently installed Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 64-bit on my desktop. I was trying to install the ATI Drivers for my graphics card (ATI Radeon HD5850) by using the guide: Search on google for "Ubuntu Lucid Installation Guide", from [URL]... Unfortunately I cannot post links yet. I was using the manual install guide. I followed the guide step by step and everything went OK without any errors, until I get to this step: fglrxinfo. And it returns with a "Segmentation Fault"


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Feb 26, 2016

VLC was behaving weirdly recently and when I've tried to run it with primusrun command (since I have optimus card) it gave me a segmentation fault

Code: Select allVLC media player 2.2.1 Terry Pratchett (Weatherwax) (revision 2.2.1-0-ga425c42)
Segmentation fault

I've read on google that issue has been solved by a few people from updating the microcode, but I don't even understand what microcode is, I'm also not sure whether I should install amd64 or intel package for it?

Here is my lscpu

Code: Select all$ lscpu
Architecture:          x86_64
CPU op-mode(s):        32-bit, 64-bit
Byte Order:            Little Endian
CPU(s):                4
On-line CPU(s) list:   0-3

[Code] ....

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Jan 14, 2010

my KDE is making segmentation fault. KDE is not required to restart but this segmentation fault is making every time (after 2 min) when i login to kde/fedora. this is making me annoying.. my linux info is following:

uname -r #
KDE: 4.3.4 (KDE 4.3.4)


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OpenSUSE :: Segmentation Fault During Shutdown

Feb 8, 2010

I updated kernel to yesterday and now i have problem with shutdown.
Everything goes as usual and system shutting down, but after all monitor keeps to work, and computer also doesn't halt.The last two lines i see on screen are:The system will be halted immediately Segmentation Fault Also i hear that some cooler or may be hard disk stops after this. But monitor and the rest of computer are still working With previous kernel i had no this problem.Reboot command works normal

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