Version: crashed when booting (using KDE 4.0.5)
Compiler: kubuntu 9.04
Installed from: Ubuntu Packages
when I was booting into Kubuntu 9.04 the boot crashed. It printed out this info
fstsl error occured
the application KDE Daeman (kde4) crashed and caused the signal 11(SIGSEGV)
then This bacltrace appears to be of no use. This is probably because your packages are built in a way which prevents creating of proper backtraces, or the stack frame was seriously corrupted in the crash. Unable to crEATE A VALID BACKTRACE.
i HAD A RUNNING UBUNTU 8.10 and wanted to try out KDE 8.10 so I did the things that got that up and running. then I wanted to upgrade to Kubuntu 9.04. so I downloaded then burnt a CD. Then My problems started.
I really would li9ke to know what I should do now? thanks Larryk335@kc.rr.com
All the information about signals and backtraces are just the framework of the debugger. If debugging symbols aren't installed, then it tells you that the information is useless. They likely aren't on the CD you tried, so you don't have them. And you probably can't install them onto the CD, so it doesn't matter here. But for next time:
Meanwhile, you can ignore it.
Anything could be wrong here. *Anything*
You should try various places where they can help you with debugging:
irc.freenode.org on #kubuntu (you can use mibbit.com to access)
The release notes might give a clue:
FAQ: https://wiki.kubuntu.org/FAQ (from the irc topic :)
Thanks and good luck!