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    JpKlitz
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    The newest Linux ver crashes without worning gives no error data
    so unstable i cant use it. Win ver 1547 crashes all the time too

    #13386

    JpKlitz
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    Crash data Linux 1547

    Ctrlr crash at: 18 Sep 2013 21:14:55
    Stack trace:
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b1f844]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686(_ZN16CtrlrApplication12crashHandlerEv+0x42) [0x87ad65a]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b0bdce]
    linux-gate.so.1(__kernel_sigreturn+0) [0xb76e7400]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x87978f9]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8791e8f]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8789e0a]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b4ef04]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b4ffec]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686(_ZN4juce9ValueTree11setPropertyENS_10IdentifierERKNS_3varEPNS_11UndoManagerE+0x93) [0x8b4ba43]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8787b75]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x878c9b1]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b5481d]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b5660e]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b52f40]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b52ffb]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x8b5305e]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x877c8a7]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x877c923]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x82348b4]
    /lib/i386-linux-gnu/i686/cmov/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xf5) [0xb71248c5]
    /home/jk/Ctrlr_1546 _linux/Ctrlr-i686() [0x877d4f9]

    #13387
    atom
    atom
    Moderator

    Could you be any more vague ?

    Please tell me when is this happening, in what situations, can I reproduce the situation here so i can track down those bugs.

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