Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Tue Sep 13 05:21:29 CEST 2005
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On 9/12/2005 6:36 PM, Myles Green wrote:
> Hi, I've recently noticed that xfmedia (svn and 0.9.0) immediately
> segfaults when I try to run it (calling it from a terminal prints out
> 'segfault' and that's all). Is there something I can do to get some more
> meaningful info to relay? Maybe gdb? If it helps any, this all seemed to
> start 'round about the time I switched from Debian "Sid" to Ubuntu
> "Breezy" (dist-upgraded from a Hoary install). This system uses gcc-4.0,
> automake-1.9 and aclocal-1.9 but then so did my "Sid" install.
Not really. It's a known problem, but I have no idea what's causing it.
GTK 2.8 seems to be the common thread. It *doesn't* crash on my
machine with 2.8, however. I thought I was on to something last night
when someone told me they compiled with gcc 3.3 (I use 3.4), but now you
say it happens with 4.0 as well... There goes that theory. If you can
get a gdb backtrace, that might be useful, but it's probably similar
to what I've already seen.
 There's a good quick intro here: http://gaim.sf.net/gdb.php
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