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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #64, comment 24


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Timestamp:
01/17/12 20:27:34 (10 years ago)
Author:
Antoine Martin
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  • Ticket #64, comment 24

    initial v1  
    33How do you manage to get those beautifully informative stack traces from gdb? (mine aren't human readable) I hope I won't have to build python and the rest from source?
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    5 With r442 and the hack to ignore all cursor events, I don't get any crashes once the connection is made (not yet anyway - briefly tested) - although it does fail many connection attempts (no pattern identified yet - may depend on the number of X11 clients running), will look into why that is. I also fix the cursor stuff, since the problem isn't a null dereference.
     5With r442 and the hack to ignore all cursor events, I don't get any crashes once the connection is made (not yet anyway - briefly tested) - although it does fail many connection attempts (no pattern identified yet - may depend on the number of X11 clients running), will look into why that is. I will also try to fix the cursor stuff, since the problem isn't a null dereference.
    66
    77That's an OpenBSD 5.0 server with the client on the same machine, with remote Linux clients the connection fails everytime - that should help me in narrowing it down. Latency/timing possibly, it seems unhappy about the socket state. That's the second part.