I'm operating under openSuse 10.2 on an x86_64 system and recently downloaded and installed a precompiled gimp-unstable 2.3.13. When I ran the program I found that I couldn't open or save any images without it crashing. So I removed it, restarted a 2.2 version, and found a different problem - I could only open specific types of files.
I tried running both Gimp versions in verbose mode. Always I was confronted with the '[E]xit, [H]alt, show [S]tack trace or [P]roceed:', with no obvious information before hand as to what was going on. Frustrated, I uninstalled all things Gimp, downloaded the source for 2.3.13, built and installed it. The build and install succeeded without incident. I can go into the Gimp and do whatever I please, with any of the tools just like before. But if I try and load or save a file, the Gimp dies the same ugly death as before, without indicating what the problem is. What follows is what I'm hoping is enough of the stack trace to give someone a clue as to what might be happening: #0 0x00002af7c958cc5f in waitpid () from /lib64/libpthread.so.0 #1 0x00002af7cb37afb8 in g_on_error_stack_trace () #2 0x00002af7cb37b527 in g_on_error_query () #3 0x0000000000429d04 in gimp_eek (reason=0x66e3e5 "fatal error", #4 0x0000000000429e7d in gimp_fatal_error (fmt=<value optimized out>) #5 0x0000000000429919 in gimp_sigfatal_handler (sig_num=<value optimized out>) #6 <signal handler called> #7 0x00002af7cb67b064 in strcmp () from /lib64/libc.so.6 #8 0x000000000058f998 in gimp_recent_list_add_uri (uri=<value optimized out>, #9 0x000000000058daf1 in file_save (image=0x1870050, context=0xb8e150, #10 0x000000000044ff48 in file_save_dialog_response (save_dialog=0x1f628d0, It looks like the fatal error happens right after the strcmp(). Could there be an issue with locale??? Let me know and best regards as always, Steve --
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