xorg-server 184.108.40.206 segfaults on keypress (releated to XkbCopyKeymap stuff) (with backtrace)
daniel at fooishbar.org
Tue Nov 14 04:45:50 PST 2006
On Tue, Nov 14, 2006 at 01:24:41PM +0100, krics at linuxforum.hu wrote:
> I got similar problem on my system with xorg-server 220.127.116.11 . I
> figured out that you need a full debug enabled gdb backtrace. I made
> one :)
> You can find it here: http://frugalware.org/~krix/misc/gdb_xorg.log
> Just a notice for that: there is a line:
> 1101 xkbUtils.c: Nincs ilyen fájl vagy könyvtár.
> in xkbUtils.c
> ^^ Sorry it is in Hungarian :) That means: No such file or directory.
> As i see you need which line and which file got segfault. GDB shows that.
> (gdb) #0 0x00000000005b7da1 in XkbCopyKeymap (src=0x8de3e0,
> dst=0x8d7cd0, sendNotifies=1) at xkbUtils.c:1101
should fix your problem, I committed this a few days ago, and it seems
to have been pretty solid. Should probably push a new release out
> btw i forgot about the main problem. Whats happens which cause
> segfaults. So simple. Just starting X (with X binary itself) and
> pressing any of keys. (mouse ok) If i press one key (nevermind which)
> then Xorg got segfault and drops this backtrace for me.
> I hope this will be usefull and you can try to figure out whats broken
> or what not :)
Yep, it's all due to copying the keymap.
> Questions are welcome, i can do other tests/debugs, i got X debug
> version on now. :)
Thanks very much; I think should all be fixed with that commit though.
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