Android apk strange crash massage

Iam making a game with unity engine, build, it copied to my phone. It is crushing:

Java.lang.Error: FATAL EXCEPTION (main)
Unity version : 2020.1.14f1
Device model : Xiaomi Redmi 7A
Device fingerprint: Xiaomi/pine_eea/pine:10/QKQ1.191014.001/V11.0.4.0.QCMEUXM:user/release-keys
Build Type : Release
Scripting Backend : Mono
ABI : armeabi-v7a
Strip Engine Code : false

Caused by: java.lang.Error: *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Version ‘2020.1.14f1 (d81f64f5201d)’, Build type ‘Release’, Scripting Backend ‘mono’, CPU ‘armeabi-v7a’
Build fingerprint: ‘Xiaomi/pine_ee

I know it must be something with the memory/ memory leak, but what is truely bothering me is why it is censored out with **** ? Or these are pointers?

Is there a way to get a crash report (not a core dump) for a command line program?

If a macOS application crashes, CrashReporter will (optionally) pop up a window with a human-readable set of stack traces and the “Send to Apple” button.

Is there a straightforward way to get the same results for a non-.app program started from the command line? I’ve only found instructions about how to enable core dumps, but not how to get something readable out of them.

I’ve thought of creating a dummy .app package that actually runs the command that’s crashing, but that’ll be a bit of work and probably run into some Gatekeeper trouble, though I haven’t actually tried doing that since a few major versions ago. I’m currently on Catalina 10.15.7.

linux – How can I debug an intermittent server crash that rejects SSH connections, causes I/O errors, and renders existing sessions useless?

I’ve been running a home server based on debian for ~10 years now and recently decided to replace it with an HP EliteDesk 705 65W G4 Desktop Mini PC, but the new machine keeps crashing.

The machine will run fine for a few hours, then suddenly begins:

  1. Rejecting SSH connections immediately
  2. Returning “Command not found” for any commands run in existing ssh connections (e.g., ls)
  3. Giving I/O errors in response to running processes like docker stats
  4. Not showing any display output to connected monitors

I typically run a few home services in docker containers and initially thought an oddity of my config might be causing the crashes, so I decided to select a random existing github repo with a few containers and run it from scratch. I decided to use this HTPC download box repo, which seems to have a few linuxserver.io containers and should be a reasonable approximation for the lower bound of the workload my services would put on the machine.

Steps I have followed to create the crash:

  1. Install headless debian (netinstall image); configure the OS by following the below steps:
  2. Set hostname: test
  3. Set domain: example.com
  4. Add a new user, add user to sudoers, set up SSH to allow for only keys and only nick can log in (including adding my desktop’s public key to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys)
adduser nick
usermod -aG sudo nick
sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config; the specific settings you want are:
PermitRootLogin no
Protocol 2
MaxAuthTries 3
PubkeyAuthentication yes
PasswordAuthentication no
PermitEmptyPasswords no
ChallengeResponseAuthentication no
UsePAM no
AllowUsers nick
  1. Restart ssh: sudo service sshd restart
  2. Install necessary services: sudo apt-get install docker docker-compose git
  3. Add your user to the docker group: sudo usermod -aG docker nick
  4. Generate a new ssh key and add it to your GitHub account: ssh-keygen -t ed25519, then copy the public key to GH
  5. Set your global git vars: git config --global user.name 'Nick'; git config --global user.email nick@example.com

Wait 2 days, verify no crash occurs

  1. Run the following commands:
cd /opt
sudo mkdir htpc-download-box
sudo chown -R nick:nick htpc-download-box
git clone git@github.com:sebgl/htpc-download-box.git
cd htpc-download-box
docker-compose up -d

(Note: I do no configuration whatsoever of the containers in the docker-compose file, I just start them running and then confirm I can access them via browser. I use the exact .env.example as the .env for the project.)

Wait a few hours, observe that server has crashed. Unable to log in via SSH and other issues as stated above. Interestingly, I can still view the web UI of some containers (e.g., sonarr) but when trying to browse the filesystem via that web UI, I am unable to see any folders and manually typing the path indicates that the user has no permissions to view that folder.

Since I observe crashes when running either my actual suite of services or the example repo detailed here, I must conclude it’s an issue with the machine itself. I have tested the nvme drive with smartmontools and both the short and long tests report no errors.

I am not familiar enough with Linux to know how to proceed from here (maybe give it another 10 years!) – what logs can I examine to determine what might cause the crash? Should I be setting up additional logging of some sort to try to ascertain the cause?

All of the issues are so general (I/O errors, SSH refusal, etc.) that Googling for the past week has not gotten me anywhere; I was sure the clean reinstall and using a new repo would not crash and I could then incrementally add my actual docker containers until a crash occurred, therefore finding the problematic container via trial and error, but I am now at a complete loss for how to proceed.

c# – DateTime setter and getter causing app to crash

    (Required)
    (DataType(DataType.Date, ErrorMessage = "The Birth Day field must be a date."))
    (Display(Name = "Birth Day"))
    public DateTime DateOfBirth 
    { 
        get 
        {
            return this.DateOfBirth.Date;
        }
        set
        {
            if(value.Year < 1800)
            {
                value = DateTime.Today;
            }
            this.DateOfBirth = value;
        }
    }

It used to be

    (Required)
    (DataType(DataType.Date, ErrorMessage = "The Birth Day field must be a date."))
    (Display(Name = "Birth Day"))
    public DateTime DateOfBirth {get; set;} = DateTime.Today

I want the date to be returned without the time.

crash – VBA Project in Outlook crashes intermittently

The issue turned out to be caused by 2 versions of Office/365 being on my machine: one was pre-loaded while the other, purchased by my company.

The flakey behavior appears to have been caused by Outlook, swapping between DLLs while running my AddIn.

To fix, in Windows Settings –> Applications

Searched for MS Office

Removed the earlier version.

windows 10 – Why does my laptop PC continue to crash out of nowhere?

I have been working with a Fujitsu Celsius H730 workstation with Win10 Pro for just over a year now, and recently it has started to crash seemingly out of nowhere (it just shuts off without any warning). After a crash, it boots normally without any warnings that the PC crashed. But then, after a while (somewhere between 1-5 minutes after reboot) it crashes again. After several times, I discovered that unplugging the AC adaptor and running it on battery helps prevent a crash, but as soon as I plug it back in, it crashes instantly.

So I went to a repair shop (I do not have warranty on the laptop anymore, unfortunately) and tried to reproduce the problem, but of course it worked perfectly. The technician checked the AC adaptor and said that the voltage was fine.

After that, I got fed up and switched to an older laptop for a couple of weeks. Last week, I tried it again and it seemed like it was working just fine for just about a week, but now the same thing is happening all over again. I know that there are probably lots of possible causes for it, but maybe someone has a hint of what might be happening here.

crashes – Hexedit libmmcamera2_isp_modules.so to fix camera daemon crash

I’m trying to get the camera working for the LG G4 (msm8992) in Android 10 (for almost a year now.

Can someone help me hexediting the camera blob (system/vendor/lib/libmmcamera2_isp_modules.so).
This blob seems to be a common cause of camera crashes:
https://github.com/search?q=%22libmmcamera2_isp_modules.so%22&type=Commits

I dont know what to look for to modify in the blob. I would like some guidance on what to look for once hexediting and debugging to find why the lib is causing the camera to fail..

Here is my log of the crashes during the startup of the camera app: https://github.com/aoleary/g4_issues/blob/main/Camera%20startup%20error

And the two tombstones :
https://github.com/aoleary/g4_issues/blob/main/tombstone_00
https://github.com/aoleary/g4_issues/blob/main/tombstone_01

These are the device trees :
https://github.com/aoleary/device_lge_g4-common/commits/q_cam
https://github.com/Suicide-Squirrel/Titan-Kernel-LG-G4/tree/staging/android-10.0
https://github.com/Suicide-Squirrel/proprietary_vendor_lge/tree/android-10.0

terminal – iTerm2 freezing, how to I generate new and/or find existing crash reports or logs?

I start Anaconda Python 3.7.6 and run scripts from iTerm2 using macOS 10.15.7.

A few times a week iTerm2 suddenly freezes, and I have to use Quit from the application and start it again.

  • I loose some of the “backarrow history” which is troublesome for me.
  • I also worry about potential security issues.

I use matplotlib 3.1.3 all the time and I know there are some issues. So far I can’t exclude it from the list of possible causes.

From this issue I have found this explanation how to start a log, then I have to wait until the bug happens again then toggle it again to save some log.

  1. Are there other logs that are generated automatically that I could read?
  2. Are there other logs that I should generate?

update: I have supposedly just captured an issue. I restarted iTerm2 then toggled and clicked “ok” or affirmative on the dialogue box and it told me to look for /tmp/debuglog.txt and send it to the developers.

I can’t find that file anywhere.

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