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    Default KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    The application KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed and caused the signal 11 (SIGSEGV).


    this is an error i get on startup of kde 4.1, on 11.1.
    Anyone have any idea as why?.

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    Any resolution for this problem?

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    Hello,

    Anybody in here?

    Regads,

    AL

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    Quote Originally Posted by aberrio
    Hello,

    Anybody in here?

    Regads,

    AL
    Hi
    I think you will find most people have upgraded from KDE4.1 to either
    4.2 or 4.3 so I'm guessing it's no longer an issue....

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    Hi,

    Still same problem with version 4.3.1-335.2

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    Hi,

    Anybody can help with this question?


    Regards,

    Al

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    What happens if you run this from a command prompt? Any other errors reported? What application are you using this to launch with? Might pay to check bug reports...

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    > Anybody can help with this question?

    are you running it in a VM, or directly on the hardware? can you boot
    into Gnome or some other display environment?

    can you:

    1. add a new user..
    2. logout and then log in (to KDE4.3) as that new user..
    do you still get the error?

    when did this begin? that is, has this problem existed from the first
    moment after installation? or did it begin after (say) an update?
    kernel change? or a disk crash? or after adding RAM? or a system tweak
    by you? or adding a proprietary video driver (nVidia, ATI?)? or
    immediately after adding a new program?

    or what? and while typing how about telling us about your hardware,
    and what you have done to try to sort this out..

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    Default Re: KSysTrayCmd (ksystraycmd) crashed

    Solved.

    I found a few files with different version so I replaced all my KDE files from version previous version to 4.3.1.

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