Debian TR wrote:
> Evolution crashes after specific things, such as marking multiple emails
> as read, clicking "send" button, etc. (After I've checked my Evolution
> version from "About" and clicked "OK" to close the box, it again
> When I ran Evolution from terminal, it gives "segmentation fault".
> Evolution version is 2.30.2-1
> MY Debian is Squeeze x64
> Kernel 2.6.32-5
> Trying to upgrade Evolution from sid also didn't help.
> Is someone experiencing the same problem?
> Any suggestions?
> Btw. I googled it, however couldn't find anything useful, maybe I missed
> something or used wrong keywords...
> Thank You
I've been using evolution in lenny wit hexchange for the past 4 years. It is
crashing, but I found a workaround and learned how to prevent it.
I've tested also the sid version and I had some troubles with it, but as a
hole it seem to be better then the 2.22 version I am using at the moment
LC_ALL=de_DE.UTF-8 CAMEL_VERBOSE_DEBUG=5 CAMEL_DEBUG=4
evolution --debug /tmp/evolution.dbg
I'm using this command to run evolution and checking the debug file I know
if I have to restart (--force-shutdown)
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