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    Red face The "Signal received" death popup

    The inferior stopped because it received a signal from the Operating System,
    Signal name: SIGEGV
    Signal meaning: Segmentation fault
    1: I migrate a USB flash drive between Ubuntu 9.10, Windows NT SP2, and Windows 7; only my program files (*.cpp, *.h, *.pro, etc and what Qt Creator creates for my program) on flash drive. Qt4 itself on each machines main HD.
    2: Only doing this in debug mode, not run mode. Run mode is fine.
    3: It is doing this with the Qt Creator example programs as well, so far I have tried:
    Main Windows->menus
    Networking->HTTP Client
    4: Only doing this in Windoze (both), not Ubuntu, but that doesn't suprise me
    5: It was all working fine till last week.

    I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling Qt4, twice, no luck.
    I installed Windows debugging tools, no luck.

    Help! Any ideas? I new to Qt4 and really liked the ability to deveop on two machines (one at work and one at home!)
    Last edited by CrazyDave; 2nd October 2010 at 00:03.

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    Default Re: The "Signal received" death popup

    The application is crashing. Probably due to some incompatible libraries or object files. You can check the debugger's backtrace to see where it crashes.
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