Created attachment 204576 [details]
gdb /usr/local/sbin/lightdm /lightdm.core
Since about May 5th, lightdm refuses to run with error signal 10.
I have seen this problem with 11.3-PRERELEASE installed today
(05/23/2019). Package repository is FreeBSD.
I have seen this problem with 12.0-STABLE installed as recently as last
week (05/17/2019). Package repository is local (poudriere).
I have seen this problem with 13.0-CURRENT installed as recently as
last week (05/17/2019). Package repository is FreeBSD.
If I "pkg add -f" from an archive dated 04/24/2019 everything
works as expected.
I have dump output which is attached.
The suggested/required change to /etc/login.conf has been in place for
about three months.
Thank you for the report David.
If you have access to packages later than 04/24 but before May 5th that could help narrow down the time window, that might be handy.
I don't have the package archive, but I had lightdm installed on 5/2/2019 working on one of the systems. Unfortunately, that system has been reloaded and the version of lightdm is later than 5/5/2019.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Jun 6 23:05:23 UTC 2019
New revision: 503608
x11/lightdm: Update to 1.30.0, fix crash and change default config
This update addresses a crash in lightdm, related to the way the
user environment for the lightdm process is setup in src/process.c.
The configuration option in lightdm.conf for locked memory is now
honoured - the default configuration has been updated to disable this,
and pkg-message has been updated to reflect this change.
Changes this release:
Submitted by: madpilot
Reported by: David.Boyd49@twc.com
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D20541
Thanks for reporting this issue David.
The above patch has now fixed it - thanks to madpilot@ for submitting the patch on phabricator.