Few weeks ago I upgraded from Debian 9 to 10 (buster). It went smooth for the most part. Some packages needed to be reinstalled, but all in all things are functional. The only thing that is bugging me menu crashes or the “right click of death” issue. In short, GTK applications crash if you attempt to bring up a menu by any means. You could be using right click to bring context menu or go to the top bar, it always crashes instantly. It affects multiple applications such as gedit, desktop, nautilus, etc. It doesn’t seem to be graphical environment specific as the same thing happens if I login into GNOME desktop or Cinnamon.
-reinstalling nvidia drivers
-explicitly disabling wayland
-running said applications in debug mode (no error messages were produced)
dmesg produces this record
[542499.927191] nemo: segfault at 1 ip 0000000000000001 sp 00007ffdf59b7de8 error 14 in nemo[56001eb23000+2d000]
[542499.927195] Code: Bad RIP value.
Running gedit using fish
fish: “gedit” terminated by signal SIGSEGV (Address boundary error)
Running gedit using bash
Could someone guide me through troubleshooting this issue? Let me know which configs/logs are needed.