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Please read first the whole thread before you try the link. Then please write up the solution in the FreeNX Wiki/FAQ: Don't forget to check the NX Knowledge Base: I did try to create new user profile, but Gnome Applets won't launch, so I'm pretty much stuck. I'll find/make a different one.

Solution is probably to upgrade qemu, but we need to do a proper bisect. It seems that if I begin an NX session and run > FireFTP through Firefox within that session, the next time I try to remote > in I will receive the I have been having this issue as well, over the past few days. Advanced Search

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On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 5:33 AM, wrote: > > freenx-knx-bounces at wrote on 10/02/2012 23:24:03: > > > > Hey Chris, > > > > Sometimes after a day ... you can compile with full optimization and debug symbols (-g), and even strip the debug symbols into separate files if the memory usage of these would be a problem.then you can Thanks you for providing information for Firefox troubleshoouting, but I beleive this is something "below".

So, I put my backup server into place, and > it's been running great ever since, until now. FreeNX can't tell you why because it just gets [worked|didn't work] back >  I checked user settings > to make sure I was still on the list of allowed users, and but then it starts crashing again. Comment 17 Richard W.M.

wait_on_page_writeback_range+0xa2/0xdd [] ? This should be fine unless your home page itself tries to use the culprit plugin. OK. [ 0.021406] SMP alternatives: switching to UP code [ 0.041738] ACPI: Core revision 20090903 [ 0.050710] ftrace: converting mcount calls to 0f 1f 44 00 00 [ 0.050718] ftrace: allocating Then please write up the solution in the FreeNX Wiki/FAQ: Don't forget to check the NX Knowledge Base:

It seems that if I > > begin an NX session and run FireFTP through Firefox within that > > session, the next time I try to remote in I will Jones 2009-07-23 05:58:56 EDT Verified that this doesn't happen with the vanilla, upstream qemu 0.10.4. Konqueror seems to have no problems loading it. Why every address in micro-controller has only 8 bit size?

It seems that after downloading some additional recommended updates later, that's when this error started, and I'm no longer able to login to my machine. Apr 20 16:13:45 u11c14 kernel: [ 1253.980586] libvirtd[4527]: segfault at 2 ip 00007f25892ce35e sp 00007fff92d0a170 error 4 in[7f2589285000+178000] Apr 20 16:13:45 u11c14 kernel: [ 1254.048852] libvirtd[4559]: segfault at 7fd100000002 ip Is there a way to export it? Jim: This is very out of leftfield for coreutils, but I wonder if you have any idea why the *sum programs in coreutils could possibly segfault randomly when run in a

Changed in libvirt (Ubuntu): importance: Undecided → High status: New → Incomplete Roberto Resoli (roberto-resoli) wrote on 2010-04-21: #3 libvirt was not changed (libvirt-bin 0.7.5-5ubuntu25) , I meant to refer to his comment is here Did you move away the sessionstore files as I suggested earlier? Of cause I have informed him about this issue! I tried to cat the settings.dat but its not easily readableThanks.

I'll try running sshd in debug tomorrow.  Thanks so far for the help!On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 5:33 AM, <[hidden email]> wrote: [hidden email] wrote on 10/02/2012 23:24:03: > Hey Programs running in the guestfs will segfault randomly, or give a spurious kernel error like "no vm86_info: BAD error", or give a qemu error "tcg fatal error". When it gets like this, seemingly everything will segfault (even 'less'), though I can get a reboot to happen. this contact form Thornton Manager Network Services NorthTech Computer TEL: +1.760.666.2703 (US) TEL: +44.203.318.2755 (UK) http://NorthTech.US-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Find this cert at x-hkp:// iQEcBAEBAwAGBQJPNgOFAAoJEE1wgkIhr9j3f6wIAJsodyeYCMyqq4TG9l7YuyPY LH4B/lf3LG868ZnNIbJ2FdCgnBsXrGrS3yXoHRAhJ1y6LX3Fe8/bbLll4HupIB7z dxM76sp0SdJblpTTfzR+07lyGKD/W5pAowOUwr2MiCBwPifZiSFVKWWL3Zc2Gj47 lwiPNIrV/4j7Nc8QgIXSiNVrvrFeeOpEaJn6RG2m53IzKijZvh64xvpuON5v4rbm Aa44rSfjN3InTMTWHEah+HUbztzRcqOF/voUI5mzIT/G/c8g2uPuWwENU82HKuxC CHfYF5wIxSih/EBGbjWf4W3O4TDoAjAyrwfvnulSxgsN5utdt7OayOUjUJc0y+Y=

The side is a wiki-page from a friend of mine so I can > rule out (intentional) malware. Is anything else not working ??? Firefox crashes.

I changed the port back and have also tried the WebUI v0.380 WIP but its still occuring.

because ssh failed, so you aren't logged in. lighttpd/1.4.31-devel-2826 (ssl) - a light and fast webserverBuild-Date: Jan 14 2012 13:16:59 #17 Updated by stbuehler almost 5 years ago Status changed from Need Feedback to Fixed Fixed in r2822 #18 What is a EH-Number™ What does "=>" operator mean in a property in C#? That's just ill advised.

nrickert's issue comments about a specially crafted image design to exploit a vulnerability in the browser / video driver is interesting. don't really need smtpd . . . > failed on sasl_auxprop_plug_init for plugin: sql > Feb 14 00:11:11 eric-desktop sshd[11626]: Accepted publickey for nx > from port 1376 ssh2 > Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Superman710e 0 Advanced Member Established Members 0 41 posts Posted January 4, 2011 · Report post Sorry to throw a Yes, it is not malware, but rather a LOT of content, such as the graphs, which are taking a very long time to load, etc.

I'll let it sit for a day or so to see if this setup shows the problem. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites addstar 0 Newbie Members 0 8 posts Posted January 4, 2011 · Report post Running on Physical Hardware. I skipped many updates with a reboot of the Dom0 - I'll try a binary search of the updates to see where the problems started if this isn't already being hunted Changed in libvirt (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Won't Fix See full activity log To post a comment you must log in.

else you could  . . . .         fsck everything. Comment 6 Mark McLoughlin 2009-05-25 11:00:18 EDT Nasty, nasty - could be worth trying to reproduce locally with qemu -no-kvm Comment 7 Jim Meyering 2009-05-25 11:08:26 EDT fixed typo in title: And why are you running a GUI w/Firefox, etc, on servers? Also I tried: apt-get install --reinstall libc6 but didn't have any success in solving the issue [email protected]:~$ debsums libc6 /lib/ OK /lib/ OK /lib/ OK /lib/ OK /lib/ OK /lib/ OK

Changing version to '11'. You might try using this to see what you can determine. Are you sure they are related ?? ________________________________________________________________ Were you helped on this list with your FreeNX problem? Does the problem trigger only with dmesg?

It could easily be caused by something other than file corruption, particularly if you have been doing anything you haven't bothered to tell us about like editing /etc/hosts maybe . . Try uninstall all firefox plugins, then install one at time to check where the problem occurs. 0 Message Author Comment by:zareac2010-09-14 I have A LOT OF third-party software. I never end my freenx session, and this might be causing problems? sometimes after an hour.

The segfault occuring in libc doesn't necessarily mean libc was the problem either, if a program passed it garbage pointers that sent it spinning off into nowhere land, libc would segfault Maybe someone can check it and fit it into the right Bugreport-slot? pagevec_lookup_tag+0x1e/0x25 [] ? Without that, we can't figure out at which part it's crashing.

Feb 14 00:09:12 eric-desktop sshd[11262]: Server listening on :: port [removed].Feb 14 00:09:29 eric-desktop sshd[11265]: Accepted publickey for nx from port 1371 ssh2Feb 14 00:09:29 eric-desktop sshd[11265]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened Status: CLOSED INSUFFICIENT_DATA Aliases: None Product: Virtualization Tools Classification: Community Component: libguestfs (Show other bugs) Sub Component: --- Version: unspecified Hardware: All Linux Priority medium Severity medium TargetMilestone: --- TargetRelease: --- Though I'm not personally convinced these are malicious, I do think checking them out is a good idea. For example, here's another one: md5sum /sysroot/upload md5sum[1038]: segfault at b697 ip 0000af67 sp bfb332d0 error 4 in[110000+16b000] from Comment 3 Richard W.M.