The KNetworkManager (knetworkmanager) application crashes shortly
after the KDE desktop has started up, producing a segmentation fault.
Application: KNetworkManager (knetworkmanager), signal: Segmentation fault
#6 0xb644349d in QDBusMessage::arguments() const () from
#7 0xb6474ee4 in QDBusPendingReplyData::argumentAt(int) const () from
#8 0xb707709d in NMDBusSettingsConnectionProvider::initConnections()
() from /usr/lib/libknm_nm.so
#9 0xb7077939 in
NMDBusSettingsConnectionProvider::NMDBusSettingsConnectionProvider(ConnectionList*, QString const&, QObject*) () from
#10 0x080548c7 in _start ()
This segfault occurs frequently, but not consistently.
Specific config info:
The workstation on which this problem occurs includes support for MIT
Kerberos V, OpenLDAP and OpenAFS, with home directories residing on
the network. IPv6 support with the wide-dhcpv6-client package is also
installed. To this end, I've added the following to
iface eth0 inet dhcp
post-up /etc/init.d/wide-dhcpv6-client start
pre-down /etc/init.d/wide-dhcpv6-client stop
Note that this configuration was added primarily to enable network login.
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