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Date:      Wed, 06 Apr 2011 18:09:21 +0200
From:      Damien Fleuriot <ml@my.gd>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Thunderbird segfaults if UID > 0
Message-ID:  <4D9C9031.5020209@my.gd>
In-Reply-To: <20110406020002.GA57310@ezekiel.daleco.biz>
References:  <20110406020002.GA57310@ezekiel.daleco.biz>

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On 4/6/11 4:00 AM, Kevin Kinsey wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I've had trouble since upgrading mail/thunderbird from 2.X
> to 3.1.9 --- as a non-root user, it segfaults.
> 
> As root, I have no issues.
> 
> I've tried:
> 
> 1. Googling
> 2. "mv .mozilla .mozilla-old && thunderbird"
> 3.  sudo chmod 777 /dev/null && thunderbird
>     (and similar stuff with /dev/fd/* and
>     the symlinks stdin, stdout and stderr.
> 
> I'm kind of stumped at this point.  Here's the
> last part of a ktrace:
> 
>  54137 sh       RET   read 872/0x368
>  54137 sh       CALL  stat(0x283034d0,0xbfbfe638)
>  54137 sh       NAMI  "/usr/local/lib/thunderbird/run-mozilla.sh"
>  54137 sh       STRU  struct stat {dev=87, ino=6053072, mode=-rwxrwxrwx 
> , nlink=1, uid=0, gid=0, rdev=24241760, atime=1302052597, 
> stime=1301719584, ctime=1302044479, birthtime=1301719584, size=10461, 
> blksize=4096, blocks=24, flags=0x0 }
>  54137 sh       RET   stat 0
>  54137 sh       CALL  eaccess(0x283034d0,X_OK)
>  54137 sh       NAMI  "/usr/local/lib/thunderbird/run-mozilla.sh"
>  54137 sh       RET   eaccess 0
>  54137 sh       CALL  geteuid
>  54137 sh       RET   geteuid 1001/0x3e9
>  54137 sh       CALL  fork
>  54137 sh       RET   fork 54141/0xd37d
>  54137 sh       CALL  getpgrp
>  54137 sh       RET   getpgrp 54137/0xd379
>  54137 sh       CALL  wait4(0xffffffff,0xbfbfe778,WUNTRACED,0)
>  54137 sh       RET   wait4 54141/0xd37d
>  54137 sh       CALL  exit(0x8b)
>   
> 
> Anyone got a clue what I've done?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Kevin Kinsey
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