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My atom stopped working when it upgraded to 1.54.0
The process starts but dies immediately.
sudo snap revert atom --revision 265 to revert to 1.53.0 made it work again.
sudo snap revert atom --revision 270 to go to 1.54.0 breaks atom.
Steps to Reproduce
- Upgrade atom to 1.54.0 via snap
- Try to run
atomon the terminal. Process starts but dies right away.
I expected atom to open
Atom doesn’t open
Reproduces how often:
In my machine it happened when I upgraded to 1.54.0. It fails 100%% of the time on atom 1.54.0
node 12.4.0 x64
This is what shows up on
Ubuntu kernel: [17722.344415] atom: segfault at 1 ip 00007f113cf3e7b8 sp 00007ffdd98dcc18 error 6 in libc-2.31.so[7f113cdd5000+178000] Ubuntu kernel: [17722.344420] Code: fe 7f 6c 17 c0 c5 fe 7f 74 17 a0 c5 fe 7f 7c 17 80 c5 f8 77 c3 c5 fe 6f 06 c5 fe 6f 4e 20 c5 fe 6f 54 16 e0 c5 fe 6f 5c 16 c0 <c5> fe 7f 07 c5 fe 7f 4f 20 c5 fe 7f 54 17 e0 c5 fe 7f 5c 17 c0 c5
$ locate libc-2.31.so /snap/atom/270/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc-2.31.so /snap/core20/904/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc-2.31.so /snap/core20/904/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc-2.31.so