|Summary:||Sig11 after passwords are entered|
|Product:||[Applications] kmail||Reporter:||Andrew Boothman <andrew>|
|Component:||general||Assignee:||kdepim bugs <kdepim-bugs>|
|Latest Commit:||Version Fixed In:|
Description Andrew Boothman 2003-03-30 18:17:03 UTC
Version: (using KDE KDE 3.1) Installed from: FreeBSD Ports Compiler: cc (GCC) 3.2.1 [FreeBSD] 20021119 (release) OS: FreeBSD (May be similar to bug 48771 which is marked as fixed) When Kmail is started it prompts for passwords for all of my IMAP accounts (even though I think it was meant to save the passwords) and then promptly Sig11's and crashes when the final password has been entered. Looking at bug 48771 I can confirm that moving my kmailrc out of the way does fix the problem - but then that's not surprising as you've basically totally unconfigured the app....
Comment 1 Carsten Burghardt 2003-03-30 18:27:57 UTC
Please compile kmail with --enable-debug=full and send us the backtrace from the crashmanager.
Comment 2 Robert Hofer 2003-04-02 14:25:58 UTC
This is the same problem as in bug 53889. There is a comment from me with a full debug trace. Today the problem is worse than before. A "fix" was to cancel the authorization dialog. After my last compile from last week this workaround doesnt work anymore. kmail is now completly unusable for my users (4000) with more then one Imap folder. kde-cvs 3.1 BRANCH, gcc 3.2, Suse
Comment 3 Andrew Boothman 2003-04-02 19:10:22 UTC
Subject: Re: Sig11 after passwords are entered Robert Hofer wrote: >This is the same problem as in bug 53889. There is a comment from me with a full >debug trace. Today the problem is worse than before. A "fix" was to cancel the >authorization dialog. After my last compile from last week this workaround doesnt >work anymore. > Ahh - Thankyou. I hadn't been able to get a stack dump from kmail yet because it was installed from the FreeBSD ports collection and I didn't still have the source lying around >kmail is now completly unusable for my users (4000) with more then one Imap folder. > Agreed- It is certainly useless of me as I have several IMAP and POP3 accounts.