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Hello! When I click on the clip icon to unzip the file, the program crashes. Judging by the dump phone, the Telegram crashes on the next call:
48202 Telegram CALL linux_sched_setscheduler (0x18ddc, 0,0x43400d6c)
48202 Telegram RET linux_sched_setscheduler -1 errno -1 Operation not permited
After the crash, the QFileInfoGather.crep file is created, but it is very large and the gdb does not treat it as a dump file.
Additional information is attached as an archive.
P.S. I know that I have an updated version up to 1.3.10, but with the version from the port the same story.
Would you please try the native version? It's just updated to 1.3.12.
Thank you, I missed that the native version was updated.
Native versions work fine (at least not crashes and not noticeably obvious bugs), but in fact at the moment it's alpha version 1.3.12. However, unfortunately, the native version is released extremely rarely, when the Linux version is released quite often. And before it worked fine under linuxator without modifications, just download from the site and run (via sh script).
(In reply to Roman from comment #2)
I didn't notice that it's an alpha version when I updated it. Next time I'll only update to stable version. Now I have a better method to update the native version. Hopefully I'll update it more often.
On the other hand, problems in Linux version is hard to fix, and usually it's caused by problems/lack of features in the linuxulator. Thus, it would be easier to just update the native version more frequently.
In any case, thank you for your response and help.
Any news here?
As I mentioned in comment #3, the suggested workaround is to use the native version.
I've checked several linux versions, but all the ones newer than the current one cannot start. I can check the latest version, but in general it's not recommended to use the linux version.
Any news? Should we just remove this expired port and let people use the native version instead?
Yes, there's no point in keeping the linux version.
OK, I'll remove this Linux version.