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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 5:30 pm    Post subject: kde-4.3 crashes after 3 seconds of use Reply with quote

Hi, i'm in a 7days Gentoo install (i7 cpu with sane flags) and i'm having lots of troubles to use kde without getting it frozen. First 4 days everything was fine but since i updated xorg to 1.5 from 1.3, 2 days ago i get plasma crashed after 1 minute of using kde, most of the times it's due to clicking at a taskbar icon or right click at the konsole. I'm not using kdm but startx. Note that downloading to 1.3 version doesn't solve the issue, right now i have tried hardly everything but still doesn't identified the buggy/broken package (i think is plasma and dbus related).

As i sayd, i installed Gentoo 7 days ago with gcc-4.3.2-r2, emerged xorg-1.3, qt-4.5.9999 and kde-4.3 (4.2.68) from kde-testing and qting-edge overlays. Two days ago i updated xorg to 1.5 (stable one), at this point i started getting kde crashes (due to plasma and dbus, i think). Yesterday kde 4.2.69 appeared in the overlay so i updated it but no luck, i also reemerged whole system with diferent cflags but no luck, today i updated gcc to 4.3.3-r2 and reemerged whole system but no luck again. I also backed up the system and did a new clean install but the problem persist so at this point i'm clearly starting going crazy. I don't know what to do, so a bit of heplp will be very useful.

Most of the packages are compiled with those flags:
Code:

LDFLAGS="-Wl,-O1 -Wl,-z,combreloc -Wl,--relax -Wl,--enable-new-dtags -Wl,--sort-common -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,--hash-style=gnu"
CFLAGS="-march=native -O2 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer -msse4"
CXXFLAGS="-march=native -O3 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer -msse4 "


Here's the output after typing startx, note that the error is at the bottom of the log:

*Better look here:

http://pastebin.com/m35686026

Code:
xauth:  creating new authority file /root/.serverauth.6554


X.Org X Server 1.5.3
Release Date: 5 November 2008
X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
Build Operating System: Linux 2.6.26.08-std111-amd64 x86_64
Current Operating System: Linux PauPC 2.6.29-reiser4 #2 SMP PREEMPT Fri Apr 10 14:57:45 CEST 2009 x86_64
Build Date: 09 April 2009  09:31:44PM
 
   Before reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.org
   to make sure that you have the latest version.
Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
   (++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
   (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.
(==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.2.log", Time: Fri Apr 10 14:20:35 2009
(==) Using config file: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf"
(EE) Failed to load module "type1" (module does not exist, 0)
(EE) Failed to load module "freetype" (module does not exist, 0)
[config/dbus] couldn't take over org.x.config: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AccessDenied (Connection ":1.34" is not allowed to own the service "org.x.config.display2" due to security policies in the configuration file)
The XKEYBOARD keymap compiler (xkbcomp) reports:
> Warning:          Type "ONE_LEVEL" has 1 levels, but <RALT> has 2 symbols
>                   Ignoring extra symbols
Errors from xkbcomp are not fatal to the X server
The XKEYBOARD keymap compiler (xkbcomp) reports:
> Warning:          Type "ONE_LEVEL" has 1 levels, but <RALT> has 2 symbols
>                   Ignoring extra symbols
Errors from xkbcomp are not fatal to the X server
startkde: Starting up...
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/lib64/kde4/libexec/klauncher
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/kded4
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/kbuildsycoca4
kbuildsycoca4 running...
kbuildsycoca4(10967) kdemain: Emitting notifyDatabaseChanged ()
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/kbuildsycoca4
kbuildsycoca4 running...
kbuildsycoca4(10968) kdemain: Emitting notifyDatabaseChanged ()
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/lib64/kde4/libexec/kconf_update
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/kcminit_startup
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/ksmserver
<unknown program name>(10960)/ KStartupInfo::createNewStartupId: creating:  "PauPC;1239366036;933358;10960_TIME0" : "unnamed app"
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
kephald starting up
XRANDR error base:  189
RRInput mask is set!!
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  327 1680 x 1050
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  328 1440 x 900
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  329 1440 x 900
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  330 1280 x 1024
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  331 1280 x 1024
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  332 1024 x 768
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  333 1024 x 768
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  334 1024 x 768
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  335 800 x 600
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  336 800 x 600
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  337 800 x 600
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  338 800 x 600
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  339 640 x 480
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  340 640 x 480
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  341 640 x 480
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  342 1600 x 1024
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  343 1400 x 1050
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  344 1280 x 960
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  345 1280 x 800
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  346 1280 x 768
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  347 1280 x 720
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  348 1152 x 864
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding mode:  349 832 x 624
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding crtc:  325
RandRScreen::loadSettings - adding output:  326
Setting CRTC 325 on output "default" (previous 0 )
CRTC outputs: (326)
Output name: "default"
Output refresh rate: 60
Output rect: QRect(0,0 1680x1050)
Output rotation: 1
XRandROutputs::init
  added output  326
adding an output 0 with geom:  QRect(0,0 1680x1050)
adding a disconnected output 1
adding a disconnected output 2
adding a disconnected output 3
output: "SCREEN-0" QRect(0,0 1680x1050) 0 false false
output: "SCREEN-1" QRect(0,0 0x0) 2097268 true false
output: "SCREEN-2" QRect(0,0 0x0) 0 false false
output: "SCREEN-3" QRect(0,0 0x0) 0 false false
load xml
connected: 1
looking for current "SCREEN-0"
known "*" has score: 0.125
screen: 0 QRect(0,0 1680x1050)
looking for a matching configuration...
connected: 1
looking for current "SCREEN-0"
known "*" has score: 0.125
found outputs, known: false
activate external configuration!!
registered the service: true
screens registered on the bus: true
outputs registered on the bus: true
configurations registered on the bus: true
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "kephal"
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/kglobalaccel
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
QDBusObjectPath: invalid path ""
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/plasma-desktop
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/knotify4
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
QLayout: Attempting to add QLayout "" to QWidget "", which already has a layout
Object::connect: No such slot DefaultDesktop::configureRequested()
Object::connect: No such slot DefaultDesktop::configNeedsSaving()
plasma-desktop(11479) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath: kde4-kmenuedit.desktop not found"
plasma-desktop(11479) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath: /usr/share/applications/kde4/systemsettings.desktop not found"
plasma-desktop(11479) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath: /usr/share/applications/kde4/dolphin.desktop not found"
plasma-desktop(11479) Solid::Control::ManagerBasePrivate::loadBackend: Backend loaded:  "HAL-Power"
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
kded(10966) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath: kded/ktimezoned.desktop not found"
kded(10966) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath: kded/ktimezoned.desktop not found"
kded(10966) Solid::Control::ManagerBasePrivate::loadBackend: Error loading ' "Fake Net" ', KService said:  "Cannot resolve symbol "init_solid_fakenet" in /usr/lib64/kde4/solid_fakenet.so: (/usr/lib64/kde4/solid_fakenet.so: undefined symbol: init_solid_fakenet)"
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "networkstatus"
kdeinit4: preparing to launch
kdeinit4: preparing to launch
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "desktopnotifier"
The XKEYBOARD keymap compiler (xkbcomp) reports:
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Duplicate shape name ""
>                   Using last definition
> Warning:          Multiple doodads named ""
>                   Using first definition
> Warning:          Multiple doodads named ""
>                   Using first definition
> Warning:          Multiple doodads named ""
>                   Using first definition
> Warning:          Multiple doodads named ""
>                   Using first definition
> Warning:          Multiple doodads named ""
>                   Using first definition
> Warning:          Multiple doodads named ""
>                   Using first definition
Errors from xkbcomp are not fatal to the X server
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/kaccess
kcminit(10976) KxkbConfig::load: Use kxkb false
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/krunner
<unknown program name>(12489)/ kdemain: Xlib XKB extension major= 1  minor= 0
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
kaccess(12489) kdemain: X server XKB extension major= 1  minor= 0
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/klipper
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "remotedirnotify"
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "dnssdwatcher"
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "NotificationAreaWatcher"
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "notificationareawatcher"
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "khotkeys"
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() returned false for  "khotkeys"
qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kdeinit4: preparing to launch
kded(10966) KDEDModule::setModuleName: registerObject() successful for  "phononserver"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(12319) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
knotify(11562) Phonon::KdePlatformPlugin::createBackend: using backend:  "Xine"
krunner(12510) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath:  not found"
krunner(12510) KServiceFactory::findServiceByDesktopPath: "findServiceByDesktopPath:  not found"
kdeinit4: preparing to launch
kdeinit4: preparing to launch
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
QPainter::begin: Cannot paint on a null pixmap
QPainter::setRenderHint: Painter must be active to set rendering hints
QPainter::translate: Painter not active
QPainter::save: Painter not active
QPainter::translate: Painter not active
QPainter::rotate: Painter not active
QPainter::restore: Unbalanced save/restore
QPainter::rotate: Painter not active
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
knotify(11562) NotifyByPopup::closeNotificationDBus: not found dbus id to close
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
..................................................
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DSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kdeinit4: preparing to launch /usr/bin/konsole
konsole(22688): Attempt to use QAction "change-profile" with KXMLGUIFactory!
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)

Backtrace:
0: X(xorg_backtrace+0x26) [0x4e59d6]
1: X(xf86SigHandler+0x39) [0x4833d9]
2: /lib/libc.so.6 [0x7fe7c12002b0]
3: X(miPaintWindow+0x1a0) [0x4c6bf0]
4: X(miHandleValidateExposures+0x84) [0x4dde84]
5: X(UnmapWindow+0x208) [0x431318]
6: X(compFreeClientWindow+0x23e) [0x4f646e]
7: X [0x4f39d9]
8: X(FreeResource+0x133) [0x42ed33]
9: X(compUnredirectWindow+0x63) [0x4f6053]
10: X [0x4f43f6]
11: X [0x4de42f]
12: X [0x4de33c]
13: X [0x4de33c]
14: X(miChangeSaveUnder+0x50) [0x4de4d0]
15: X(MapWindow+0x31f) [0x43198f]
16: X(ProcMapWindow+0x46) [0x4453e6]
17: X(Dispatch+0x364) [0x445c24]
18: X(main+0x44d) [0x42c43d]
19: /lib/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xe6) [0x7fe7c11ec486]
20: X [0x42b829]

Fatal server error:
Caught signal 11.  Server aborting

kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kded4: Fatal IO error: client killed
kdeinit4: Fatal IO error: client killed
kdeinit4: sending SIGHUP to children.
kdeinit4: sending SIGTERM to children.
kdeinit4: Exit.
QProcess: Destroyed while process is still running.
xinit:  connection to X server lost.
GOT SIGHUP
kglobalaccel: Fatal IO error: client killed
Fatal Error: Accessed global static 'GlobalShortcutsRegistry *self()' after destruction. Defined at /var/tmp/portage/kde-base/kglobalaccel-4.2.69/work/kglobalaccel-4.2.69/kglobalaccel/globalshortcutsregistry.cpp:174
klauncher: Exiting on signal 15
klauncher: Exiting on signal 1
XIO:  fatal IO error 11 (Recurso no disponible temporalmente) on X server ":2.0"
      after 19 requests (8 known processed) with 0 events remaining.
Could not connect to D-Bus server: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoServer: Failed to connect to socket /tmp/dbus-ysiB0fdngT: Conexin rehusada
startkde: Shutting down...
ksmserver: Fatal IO error: client killed
kdeinit4_wrapper: Warning: connect(/root/.kde4/socket-PauPC/kdeinit4__2) failed: : No such file or directory
Error: Can not contact kdeinit4!
startkde: Running shutdown scripts...
xprop:  unable to open display ':2'
usage:  xprop [-options ...] [[format [dformat]] atom] ...

where options include:
    -grammar                       print out full grammar for command line
    -display host:dpy              the X server to contact
    -id id                         resource id of window to examine
    -name name                     name of window to examine
    -font name                     name of font to examine
    -remove propname               remove a property
    -set propname value            set a property to a given value
    -root                          examine the root window
    -len n                         display at most n bytes of any property
    -notype                        do not display the type field
    -fs filename                   where to look for formats for properties
    -frame                         don't ignore window manager frames
    -f propname format [dformat]   formats to use for property of given name
    -spy                           examine window properties forever

xprop:  unable to open display ':2'
usage:  xprop [-options ...] [[format [dformat]] atom] ...

where options include:
    -grammar                       print out full grammar for command line
    -display host:dpy              the X server to contact
    -id id                         resource id of window to examine
    -name name                     name of window to examine
    -font name                     name of font to examine
    -remove propname               remove a property
    -set propname value            set a property to a given value
    -root                          examine the root window
    -len n                         display at most n bytes of any property
    -notype                        do not display the type field
    -fs filename                   where to look for formats for properties
    -frame                         don't ignore window manager frames
    -f propname format [dformat]   formats to use for property of given name
    -spy                           examine window properties forever

startkde: Done.
KCrash: Application 'kglobalaccel' crashing...
Warning: connect() failed: : No existe el fichero o el directorio
KCrash cannot reach kdeinit, launching directly.
KCrash failed to exec(), errno = 2
kglobalaccel(27678): KUniqueApplication: Cannot find the D-Bus session server:  "Failed to connect to socket /tmp/dbus-ysiB0fdngT: Conexin rehusada"

kglobalaccel(27677): KUniqueApplication: Pipe closed unexpectedly.
]

Hope someone can help, thanks in advanced :)
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 5:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

you can't expect to get a stable system with those ld/cflags and scm code...
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the answer, currently i have 4 machines sharing hardly the same ldflags, but anyway i don't think ldflags are the problem cause it's been running smooth since the update. Right now i'm typing from a laptop which also runs Gentoo with same ldflags. Apart from this i think cflags are so conservative.

Anyway, what do you think i should change?

PD:Fluxbox runs fine, so it's clearly something related to qt/kde or maybe with dbus but no with the whole system stability.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Try running kde with safestartkde script it may help but I doubt it.
Instead I suggest you to install kdm. This may seem unrelated but I had almost the same problem in the past and it was solved by emerging kdm.

EDIT:
Are you running kde as root? If yes is it really neccessary?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 9:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the answer, it happens to me as root and as user. By the other hand kdm is emerged but will try to launch it.

Could someone point me how to use gdb to find the binary file or the package which is causing the crashes? Thanks :)

PD: Launching KDE through kdm doesn't help, still with the same issue :'(
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 4:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The problems are probably coming from your LDFLAGS. Try recompiling kde without any LDFLAGS. If it still doesn't work then try recompiling the entire system with no LDFLAGS.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, for sure it's not a LDFLAG problem, i've been using them for last 4 years and currently using them in 4 different machines (p4, laptop amd x2, i7 and athlon) with no problems. I also have been using this flags for 3 days with no problem, which appeared after upgrading xorg.

I really thank every one the interest for help but come here and say cflags are so blah, ldflags are ... is very easy- I really would like to find the problem which is not in the entire system but in a concrete package, application or binary. Using gdb, ld or alike utility the error could be found, what still haven't happened. So i really would liek to find the problem with help of someoen who is really interested in helping. By the time will comment out ldflags and -msse4.1 cflags recompile whole system so no one else can come to complain about agressive compilation.

I hope it all doesn't sound rude cause that's not my intention, it's just to try to find what's causing the issue.

Thanks to all and i hope someone can help :)

PD: If you think ldflags/cflags are the problem you could at least show the log line where it's reflected so then i would compile this packages without that flags.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 2:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You will probably need to recompile anyway ;)
Here you go,- two links which might help you:
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/qa/backtraces.xml
http://trac.enlightenment.org/e/wiki/Debugging
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 5:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

As well as the LDFLAGS oddity, is there any reason why CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS are different?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 9:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks a lot for the links ppurka, i will take a look tomorrow :)

To agent_jdh:

Why do you think there are multiple lines, one for cflags and another one cxxflags? to decorate make.conf, cause developer were bored..? no, i let you it as homework ;)
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 10:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

soya wrote:
Thanks a lot for the links ppurka, i will take a look tomorrow :)

To agent_jdh:

Why do you think there are multiple lines, one for cflags and another one cxxflags? to decorate make.conf, cause developer were bored..? no, i let you it as homework ;)


Well, presumably, you're wanting C++ apps to use -O3. Why you'd want it different from C apps, I don't know, but bizarre setups seem to be popular with you.

I don't know exactly what you're looking for - performance (you have a core i7, which is about as fast as it gets anyway, so maybe not that), or stability (which you certainly won't get with odd flags that you think are sane, but aren't, and by using development packages from overlays). So which is it?

Seeing as you have a Core i7, and rebuilding world probably takes about 30 minutes, why not indulge us by not setting any ldflags or cxxflags.

Comment out your LDFLAGS line.

There is nothing wrong with your CFLAGS (although the -msse4 part is probably not required, assuming the gcc you are using knows to enable it for your processor)

CXXFLAGS="${CFLAGS}"

Also

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PD: If you think ldflags/cflags are the problem you could at least show the log line where it's reflected so then i would compile this packages without that flags.


You probably won't get a log entry specifically telling you that one of your LDFLAGS options is at fault. Just a lot of stuff that doesn't work.

Sane-ify your config, rebuild world, and then start asking for help, is usually how it works hereabouts.

"Decorate make.conf" -> LDFLAGS="-Wl,-O1 -Wl,-z,combreloc -Wl,--relax -Wl,--enable-new-dtags -Wl,--sort-common -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,--hash-style=gnu"
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 7:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There're many messages like these in your log:
Code:

qUncompress: Z_DATA_ERROR: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted
qUncompress: Input data is corrupted

Delete pixmap cache and see if it helps. It can be found in your /var/tmp folder.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi to all, thanks a lot for the answers. Althought i don't think that's a cflags/ldflags problem i've recompiled whole qt+kde wwithout ldflags and i'm still getting the same issue. Right now m goign to recompile the whole system which i don't think it's going to help cause people here has gone blind and focused all his arguments to cflags/ldflags, as i said i've beenusing hem for years with no problem, i also have been using that machine with those ldflags for 3 days and the issue appear after updating xorg so that's not a random issue on an experiemntal machine it's clearly abug or a something alike.

Anyway i'm goign to recompile as i have not much time to resolve that (working and finishing my studies gives you no free time). Anyway after recompiling the whole system without ldflags i think i will read ppurka links and focus in that part of the log:

Code:
konsole(22688): Attempt to use QAction "change-profile" with KXMLGUIFactory!
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::listDir: KUrl("desktop:/")
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "inode/directory"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/x-desktop"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
kio_desktop(13516) KIO::ForwardingSlaveBase::prepareUDSEntry: New Mimetype =  "application/zip"
Object::connect: No such slot QGraphicsWidget::overlayAnimationCompleteComplete(QGraphicsItem*,Plasma::Animator::Animation)

Backtrace:
0: X(xorg_backtrace+0x26) [0x4e59d6]
1: X(xf86SigHandler+0x39) [0x4833d9]
2: /lib/libc.so.6 [0x7fe7c12002b0]
3: X(miPaintWindow+0x1a0) [0x4c6bf0]
4: X(miHandleValidateExposures+0x84) [0x4dde84]
5: X(UnmapWindow+0x208) [0x431318]
6: X(compFreeClientWindow+0x23e) [0x4f646e]
7: X [0x4f39d9]
8: X(FreeResource+0x133) [0x42ed33]
9: X(compUnredirectWindow+0x63) [0x4f6053]
10: X [0x4f43f6]
11: X [0x4de42f]
12: X [0x4de33c]
13: X [0x4de33c]
14: X(miChangeSaveUnder+0x50) [0x4de4d0]
15: X(MapWindow+0x31f) [0x43198f]
16: X(ProcMapWindow+0x46) [0x4453e6]
17: X(Dispatch+0x364) [0x445c24]
18: X(main+0x44d) [0x42c43d]
19: /lib/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xe6) [0x7fe7c11ec486]
20: X [0x42b829]

Fatal server error:
Caught signal 11.  Server aborting



PD: I think you guys should think about different points of view, for someone of you that kde-4.2.69 is experimental softwsre for me is just unfinished software which is proably not going to crash althought i may have some bugs, unfinished features or maybe an esporadic crash on a concrete app but it's not going to freeze the whole system. About ldflags it happens the same it may stop compiling some app for which i will need to comment out some ldflags but it' doesn't mean that the system is unstable, at least i have ever been using that kind of clags and ldflags in all my machines (i've been using Gentoo since 1.1-rc1) and i have never had a randomly freezing machine. I'm not an overclcoker but a similar case is people who oc their machine, probably they computer is not going to be running smooth for 10 years but obviusly it's no going to crash/freeze 1 nor 10 times per day.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do try recompiling at least also X. The backtrace is mostly on xorg and not on kde. But it seems composite in kde may be triggering the crash. You will need to analyze using gdb to get more information. Personally, i am not that great at debugging :P
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, after recompiling whole system without ldflags i'm still getting the same issue. Right now i can stop loosing time recompiling it all everything endlessly and will try to see what's really happening.

PD:As it's clearly a Xorg BT could any admin move the post from unsupported software to the correct subforum? Thx
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It's been so long since I debugged anything I don't even know if omit-frame-pointer compiler option still screws up gdb. IIRC it shouldn't but with a Core i7 you probably don't need that. It's really just to free up an extra register on old 32-bit x86 processors that were a bit short on registers. Core i7 probably doesn't have this problem (I haven't looked at the architecture so I couldn't be sure but it would be odd if it was not the case).
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Thanks a lot for you good intentions, right now i have disabled composite extension in xorg.conf and it seems to act as workaround. But anyway it seems a bug in xorg as the whole system is supposed to be "corectly" compiled.

I will move the post to another subforum and open a bug in bugs.gentoo.org.

PD:After playing a bit with kde and composite extension disabled i'm still getting the issue.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

soya wrote:
Thanks a lot for you good intentions, right now i have disabled composite extension in xorg.conf and it seems to act as workaround. But anyway it seems a bug in xorg as the whole system is supposed to be "corectly" compiled.

I will move the post to another subforum and open a bug in bugs.gentoo.org.

PD:After playing a bit with kde and composite extension disabled i'm still getting the issue.


Well so i guess you have the answer you were looking for: kde-4.3 prereleases or snapshots are not ready for daily use! What happens if you use kde-4.2.x? Same problems? Other problems? No problems? And to assume that alpha/beta/whatever is not supposed to crash/do weird stuff... is just wrong. Even official releases are prone to crashes. I for example had BIG problems when the first official releases of the 180.3x branch of nvidia-drivers were released even the official ones.

Another thing: If you have problems with packages and are not willing to recompile stuff, even if it might solve your problems, i think you are using the wrong distribution just my 2 cent.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 1:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

KDE compositing only really started to behave here with nvidia-drivers-180.44, but I think that was because I have an AGP 7600GT, which is really a PCI Express card with an AGP bridge, and nVidia only got around to fixing it with 180.44. So one thing you might want to do is unmask the latest nvidia-drivers package, and comment out any options lines in the relevant section of xorg.conf, as the latest nvidia drivers automagically load the right options for compositing.

Could you post your xorg.conf? As it seems X/KDE/Compositing is an issue, I've a feeling the problem may be there.
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Thanks for the answers, but i really think people forget about the real problem. About the nvidia-drivers i must say that i have been using 180.44 as i have an asus gtx260 i supposed i would need the latest drivers to have better support my my video card, but i also have tried differents verions including the stable one. Then about guy who sugests is a kde4.2.68 or kde4.2.69 issue i'm starting to think that people comes here to joke and have fun... if not i really think people understands nothing.

First i recompiled whole system without ldflags just to please everyone, when the logs shows it's clearly an xorg issue (you can take a look at the backtrace), which remeber i had to set uid bit to cause normal users couldn't write/move xorg.log files. As i sayd before the easy way is come here and say if make.conf come swith no ldflags then they breake packages, if kde4.2.68 is not in portage then it breake packages.. i'm really starting to ask why do i posted the log cause noone here seems to understand it but everyone seems to know other things about stability which doesn't help. kde4.2.68/69 runs fine for almost everyone and that's not the problem but as i have a lot of work this morning i will leave the machine compiling qt and kde from portage, but again you are telling me to to do lots of things for which you have no fundamentals your reasoning way is kde breaks packages cause beacuse you're using a kde which is not in portage althought i'm going to loose time again compiling things with no sense i would like, at least, people who try to help (cause i know that you're doing it with the good intentions) justify his thinkings with logs output.


Before ending i woould like to remember kde-4.2.68 was runing fine for 3 days with xorg-1.3 but when xorg-1.5 appeared int portage i updated it and suddenly i started getting xorg/kde crashes, then updated to kde-4.2.69 which didn't help, recompiled whole system tons of times with different cflags/ldflags and with no ldflags which also didn't helped, then commented out composite and render extensiosn from xorg.conf which also didn't helped, tried different nvidia-drivers versions which neither helped but i think people forget i had a fully working system before the xorg update and everyone is focusing here in if i'm using wrong configurations files, unstable packages etc which i really think it's not the way to follow (althouoght i migh be wrong).

Anyway here goes xorg.conf file which i hope to be wrong and forget about it all as it's starting driving me crazy.


Code:
Section "ServerLayout"
   Identifier      "Layout0"
   Screen 0       "Screen0" 0 0
   Option  "Pixmap" "32"
   Option "AutoAddDevices" "True"
EndSection

Section "Module"
   
   Load    "dbe" # This loads the Double buffer extension module.

   Load    "extmod"
   Load    "type1"
   Load    "speedo"
   Load    "freetype"
#   Load    "fbdevhw"
   Load    "record"
   #Load   "xtt"
   Load    "bitmap"
   Load    "ddc"
   #Load   "pex5"
   #Load   "xie"
   Load    "glx"
   #Load   "GLcore"
   Load   "dri" # This loads the DRI module
   Load    "xtrap"
   Load    "/usr/lib/opengl/nvidia/extensions/libglx.so"

EndSection


Section "Files"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/100dpi"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/75dpi"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/75dpi/:unscaled"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/100dpi/:unscaled"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/cyrillic"
   #FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/default"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/encodings"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/freefont-ttf"
   #FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/local"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/misc"
   #FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/truetypefonts"
   #FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/TTF"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/ttf-bitstream-vera"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/Type1"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/unifont"
   FontPath   "/usr/share/fonts/util"
EndSection

Section "Extensions"
   Option   "Composite"   "Enable"
   Option   "RENDER"   "Enable"
EndSection

Section "Monitor"
        Identifier      "Monitor0"
        VendorName      "LG"
        ModelName       "FLATRON L225WS"
        #DisplaySize
        HorizSync       31.0 - 83
        VertRefresh     56 - 75
        Option          "DPMS"
   modeline  "800x600@56" 36.0 800 824 896 1024 600 601 603 625 +hsync +vsync
   modeline  "800x600@60" 40.0 800 840 968 1056 600 601 605 628 +hsync +vsync
   modeline  "1280x768@60" 80.14 1280 1344 1480 1680 768 769 772 795 -hsync +vsync
   modeline  "1280x720@60" 74.48 1280 1336 1472 1664 720 721 724 746 -hsync +vsync
   modeline  "1280x800@60" 83.46 1280 1344 1480 1680 800 801 804 828 -hsync +vsync
   modeline  "1440x900@60" 106.47 1440 1520 1672 1904 900 901 904 932 -hsync +vsync
   modeline  "1600x1024@60" 136.36 1600 1704 1872 2144 1024 1025 1028 1060 -hsync +vsync
#   modeline  "1680x1050@60" 147.14 1680 1784 1968 2256 1050 1051 1054 1087 -hsync +vsync
   modeline "1680x1050@60"   119.00   1680 1728 1760 1840   1050 1053 1059 1080 +hsync -vsync

   Gamma   1.0
EndSection


Section "Device"
        Identifier      "Card0"
        Driver          "nvidia"
        Card            "MSI GeForce NX6600GT"
        #ChipSet
        #VendorName
        VideoRam        128000
        Option          "RenderAccel" "1"
        Option          "Overlay" "1"
        Option          "AGPMode" "8"
        Option          "NvAGP" "1"     # 0 : disabled
               # 1 : use NVIDIA's internal AGP support, if possible
                                        # 2 : use AGPGART, if possible
                                        # 3 : use any agp support (try AGPGART, then NVIDIA's AGP)
                                        # Please note that NVIDIA's internal AGP support cannot
                                        # work if AGPGART is either statically compiled into your
                                        # kernel or is built as a module, but loaded into your
                                        # kernel (some distributions load AGPGART into the kernel
                                        # at boot up).  Default: 3 (the default was 1 until after 1.0-1251).

        Option      "NVreg_EnableAGPSBA"    "1"
        Option          "AGPSize"               "256"
        Option          "AGPFastWrite"          "True"
        Option          "EnablePageFlip"        "True"
        Option          "RenderAccel"           "1"
        Option          "AllowGLXWithComposite" "1"
        Option          "DRI"                   "true"
        Option          "DigitalVibrance" "2" #0-255
        #Option         "CIOverlay" "boolean" #0-255
        #Option         "CursorShadowAlpha" "integer" #0-255
   Option      "DynamicTwinView" "false"
        Option          "NoLogo" "True"
        Option          "DPMS"
   Option      "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "True"
        BusID           "PCI:2:0:0"
        Option          "UseFBDev"
   Option      "AddARGBVisuals"   "True"
   Option      "AddARGBGLXVisuals"   "True
#coolbit noddc
EndSection


Section "Screen"
        Identifier   "Screen0"
        Device      "Card0"
        Monitor      "Monitor0"
        DefaultDepth        24
   Option      "AddARGBVisuals" "True"
   Option      "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "True"
   SubSection "Display"
           Modes           "1680x1050@60" "1440x900" "1280x800" "1280x1024" "1280x960" "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
           Depth    16
   EndSubSection   
   SubSection "Display"
                Depth           24
                Option          "rgb bits" "24"
                Option          "backingstore"
                Modes           "1680x1050@60" "1440x900" "1280x768" "1280x1024" "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
                ViewPort        0 0
                Virtual         0 0
   EndSubSection
   SubSection "Display"
           Depth 32
      Option          "rgb bits" "24"
      Option          "backingstore"
      Modes           "1680x1050@60" "1440x900" "1280x800" "1280x1024" "1280x960" "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
                ViewPort        0 0
                Virtual         0 0
   EndSubSection
EndSection


Section "DRI"
        Mode 0666 # Access to OpenGL ICD is allowed for all users
EndSection


That xorg.conf file is almost the same at the one i'm using in my 3 different machines with no prob at all. I know some nvidia driver configuration defines are obvolete but xorg just complains about it with no problem.

PD: For last i don't really know where do i say that i have problems on recompiling staff, eventhought with my breakings super killing ldflags i had no problems to compile whole system and had it running smooth since xorg-1.5 appeared... For packages which really didn't compile or caused malfunction i used /etc/portage/env directory to set suitable flags. What i really would like to ask is, if you're not using ldflags, if you don't try new packages, if you don't use overlays, and you doesn't try new cflags to tune up your system why are you using Gentoo? I do it cause i love portage and cause i can adapt the system to my needs at 99%
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, right now i've updated xorg 1.5 to 1.6 from x11 overlay and it seems to havfe solved the issue. After being palying a bit with kde it still haven't crashed.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Your xorg.conf is WAY too busy. And backingstore is known to break xorg 1.5
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 3:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, thanks a lot for the answers, althought i could comment out osme primitives that has come out of date xorg crashes are not related to it all. I could spend days recompiling, refining configuration files but still would come someone to say that X package is known not to be stable. Anyway right now it works, we don't which xorg bug was causing the issue so bug is still there but not in my computer.

Thanks to all :)

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 6:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To check things out, try reducing your xorg.conf to the following only:
Code:

Section "Device"
        Identifier      "Card0"
        Driver          "nvidia"
EndSection


Delete everything else. xorg 1.5.3 and later autoconfigures most of it and this way you can check easily for xorg option conflicts.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

soya wrote:
Thanks for the answers, but i really think people forget about the real problem. About the nvidia-drivers i must say that i have been using 180.44 as i have an asus gtx260 i supposed i would need the latest drivers to have better support my my video card, but i also have tried differents verions including the stable one. Then about guy who sugests is a kde4.2.68 or kde4.2.69 issue i'm starting to think that people comes here to joke and have fun... if not i really think people understands nothing.

First i recompiled whole system without ldflags just to please everyone, when the logs shows it's clearly an xorg issue (you can take a look at the backtrace), which remeber i had to set uid bit to cause normal users couldn't write/move xorg.log files. As i sayd before the easy way is come here and say if make.conf come swith no ldflags then they breake packages, if kde4.2.68 is not in portage then it breake packages.. i'm really starting to ask why do i posted the log cause noone here seems to understand it but everyone seems to know other things about stability which doesn't help. kde4.2.68/69 runs fine for almost everyone and that's not the problem but as i have a lot of work this morning i will leave the machine compiling qt and kde from portage, but again you are telling me to to do lots of things for which you have no fundamentals your reasoning way is kde breaks packages cause beacuse you're using a kde which is not in portage althought i'm going to loose time again compiling things with no sense i would like, at least, people who try to help (cause i know that you're doing it with the good intentions) justify his thinkings with logs output.


Before ending i woould like to remember kde-4.2.68 was runing fine for 3 days with xorg-1.3 but when xorg-1.5 appeared int portage i updated it and suddenly i started getting xorg/kde crashes, then updated to kde-4.2.69 which didn't help, recompiled whole system tons of times with different cflags/ldflags and with no ldflags which also didn't helped, then commented out composite and render extensiosn from xorg.conf which also didn't helped, tried different nvidia-drivers versions which neither helped but i think people forget i had a fully working system before the xorg update and everyone is focusing here in if i'm using wrong configurations files, unstable packages etc which i really think it's not the way to follow (althouoght i migh be wrong).

Anyway here goes xorg.conf file which i hope to be wrong and forget about it all as it's starting driving me crazy.

That xorg.conf file is almost the same at the one i'm using in my 3 different machines with no prob at all. I know some nvidia driver configuration defines are obvolete but xorg just complains about it with no problem.

PD: For last i don't really know where do i say that i have problems on recompiling staff, eventhought with my breakings super killing ldflags i had no problems to compile whole system and had it running smooth since xorg-1.5 appeared... For packages which really didn't compile or caused malfunction i used /etc/portage/env directory to set suitable flags. What i really would like to ask is, if you're not using ldflags, if you don't try new packages, if you don't use overlays, and you doesn't try new cflags to tune up your system why are you using Gentoo? I do it cause i love portage and cause i can adapt the system to my needs at 99%


Well i use xorg-1.5 on my 8800gt with 180.44 without any problems and i use compiz as my window-manager (i neither need a full blown kde nor gnome) so i really assume that it is a problem with the kde-4.3 snapshots (btw. i had a look at the release-scheduleof kde-4.3 and i have to say that i REALLY would not be surprised if that's the problem http://techbase.kde.org/Schedules/KDE4/4.3_Release_Schedule but okey you seem to be a brave one so be it). But the other guys are right you definitely should trim down your xorg.conf.

Well you asked for help and the first thing devs and other users will hint at is aggressive flags (be it LDFLAGS or CFLAGS) and to be clear your flags ARE (or were) aggressive, no matter if they worked for you before. The next thing is you won't get ANY help when you keep the flags as they were in the beginning of the discussion. And just to be honest: I use overlays too, i use quite a lot of svn-packages but i defintely don't use aggressive flags as things are known to break. And i seldom have the problems you describe. Another thing your attitude sometimes might not be a big help neither. Think about that. Oh another thing i saw you created another thread with the same topic under Desktop Environments: I still think that this discussion belongs into Unsupported Software-category no matter if you think that xorg-1.5 is the problem as you are using CLEARLY unsupported stuff (kde-4.3).
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