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Old 05-30-2003, 08:46 PM   #1
Castro
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Registered: Apr 2002
Location: Boston, MA
Distribution: Redhat 7.1/7.2
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gnome_app_create_menus seg fault in RH 7.3



Please forgive any obvious questions, I am definitely a newbie here.

I have a program which was compiled and packaged on RedHat 7.2. It all worked great on fresh 7.2 distros.

Tried on 7.3 and started seg faults. After minimal DDD use (new to that as well) I found that gnome_app_create_menus is where the fault is happening.

gnome_app_create_menus(GNOME_APP(app_swipe), menubar_uiinfo);

The only other information is that when I was having a different failure regarding a serial port issue the dialog was not displaying at all and I was receiving imlib errors which I can reproduce if necessary.

Any information or insight at all would be hugely helpful because I have no idea where to even start looking for an answer. Feel free to contact any way you see fit. TIA

- Marc
 
  


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