[Bug 632066] Re: systray.py crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_module_use()

Christopher Kyle Horton 632066 at bugs.launchpad.net
Wed Jan 4 02:12:13 UTC 2012


Yep, I can reliably reproduce this and just got another crash. For me,
all I have to do is run the commands as given in comment 11 (or not,
since it occurs during "normal" usage as well), open Nautilus, and wait
or go into the Ubuntu One folder. Nautilus then crashes a few seconds
later thanks to bug 908805, and that in turn causes this bug to occur. I
strongly suspect it has something to do with the hplip-systray indicator
being somehow unable to cope with theme changes.

Attached is my terminal output.

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