Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10 and Daily Build of 15.04

Bug #1362631 reported by Marco Parillo on 2014-08-28
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Bug Description

I have installed Kubuntu 14.10 with the Plasma Next Desktop in a VMware Player VM running Win7.
It runs fine in the "normal", small window, but when I try to go to Enter Full Screen Mode, it crashes the Plasma Desktop.

Marco Parillo (marco-parillo) wrote :

Executable: plasmashell PID: 2311 Signal: Segmentation fault (11) Time: 8/28/14 10:11:14

Ubuntu QA Website (ubuntuqa) wrote :

This bug has been reported on the Ubuntu ISO testing tracker.

A list of all reports related to this bug can be found here:
http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/reports/bugs/1362631

tags: added: iso-testing
tags: added: kubuntu
summary: Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10 Beta
- 1
+ 1 or Beta 2
summary: Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10 Beta
- 1 or Beta 2
+ 1, 2 or RC

Removed references to Betas and RC, as this is still present in the GA version.

summary: - Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10 Beta
- 1, 2 or RC
+ Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10
summary: - Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10
+ Enter Full Screen Mode crashes Plasma Next Desktop in Kubuntu 14.10 and
+ Daily Build of 15.04
Marco Parillo (marco-parillo) wrote :

In case it is upstream, I created https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=340966

Marco Parillo (marco-parillo) wrote :

Today's Vivid (15.04) updates of the beta of Plasma 5.2 appear to have resolved the issue.

Changed in open-vm-tools (Ubuntu):
status: New → Fix Released
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