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I don't think there is a specific general problem with Mandrake 9.1 running KDE regards this error - its happened to me the odd occasion - I'm not doing anything of any importance so I tend to just ignore it.
I don't get it with Konqueror, but I can make it occur on demand while browsing the man pages in KDE Help Center. In this case, it is quite benign - it only happens when exiting the Help Center. No, you're not doing anything wrong, and it isn't a widespread problem for Mandrake 9.1/KDE.
BTW, you're experiencing one of the benefits of Linux when this happens: the application crashes, but doesn't take the OS with it. That's a rarity with Windows.
Distribution: Win Vista / Slackware 12.1 / Kubuntu 11.04
I'm not sure, but the crashes seem to be heat related on my video card.
I installed another case cooling fan (slot fan). I put it right under the video card. And it seems to be doing better now.
Distribution: Libranet 2.8.1 and Mandrake 10.1, both with kernel 2.6.10
I keep getting that damn signal 11 error every time i boot in to KDE.
and then it comes up when i go in to home and open and proggys.
Iv'e recently installed ther new nvidia 6106 drivers.
I'm using mandrake 10 by the way.
Someone mentiond heat off the graphics carfd, I install 2 extractor fans(on ebay for £2 each) put one next too my graphics card and one just above the last pci slot in me case.
That was when i had windows, never stopped crashing. I have a Nvidia FX5200 128mb graphics card, the heat these fans push out is amsing, they blow lots and lots of heat out.
The errors have only started after i installed the drivers for the graphics card.
If somone could mybe post a link up for a fix or a patch maybe, or a way to stop mandrake error reporting.
Anything.....this is annoying the c**p out of me now.
The heat would explain why i'm sweating like a pig and why i smell of B.O.
-Mandrake 10 OE
-Tried to upgrade my nVidia GFX 5600 driver to the latest version
-Now I have no 3d acceleration (no games) and keep getting that crazy error
By the way, what kernel are you using? I first tried it under the latest mandrake kernel (2.6.3-15mdk?) then again under 2.6.3-13mdk (my main one). No go... let's keep this thread up to date if we find a fix!