If you experience crashes it may be useful to run Pumpa in debug mode. Right now you'll need to recompile it for that with the following steps:
cd pumpa make clean qmake CONFIG+=debug make
In addition to adding debugger support to the executable, using debug mode will also cause Pumpa to display a lot more output to the terminal (stdout), e.g. when it is making HTTP requests, and other information potentially useful when debugging.
To run Pumpa in the debugger (you need to have
gdb installed) type:
Inside gdb you then start Pumpa with the command
run. If it has
crashed you'll be thrown back to the debugger, then type
which will tell you where it crashed. This information can be very
useful (in particular the first 10-20 lines), please include it if you
report a bug.