Unfortunately, I'm not able to reproduce the problem here (GNOME/Fedora27).
Could you please open a ticket on Tuleap and try to add more information about where the program is, with a GDB log of "thread apply all backtrace" command? Thanks, Guillaume R. ----- Le 2 Fév 18, à 11:52, Guillaume Roguez guillaume.rog...@savoirfairelinux.com a écrit : > Hi Baptiste, > > Is the Android account was accepted as contacts on the gnome client side? > I mean do you have accepted the Android trust request on the gnome client > before? > > ----- Le 2 Fév 18, à 3:59, Baptiste Jonglez bapti...@bitsofnetworks.org a > écrit > : > >> Hi, >> >> The latest update (20180201.1.1c179b2, with opendht 1.6.0rc1 and so on, on >> Arch Linux) seems a bit buggy: >> >> - with the gnome client, trying to send text messages to an Android client >> never completes, and the ring-daemon process goes to 100% CPU >> >> - but I can successfully receive text messages from the same Android client >> >> - similarly, I can successfully call from Android to Gnome, but the fails >> after a few seconds when trying to call from Gnome to Android >> >> - when stopping the Gnome client, WebKitWebProces crashes with a segfault, >> I have attached the stacktrace to this email (not sure it is useful but >> anyway) >> >> Hopes this helps, > > Baptiste