Each time i want to play videos (doesn't matter which codec is used) the gnome-mplayer crashs. Playing with mplayer2 directly it works each time - each. gnome-mplayer crashs with "Segmentation fault". Its always the default config, i only select "mplayer2" as executable-bin.
What do you need aswell?
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Remove default config in ~/.config/gnome-mplayer/gnome-mplayer.conf
2. Start gnome-mplayer
3. Switch to mplayer-tab to select mplayer2
4. Play a video
Crashs with "Segmentation fault"
Play the video?
media-video/gnome-mplayer-1.0.7 (use: alsa dbus libnotify)
media-video/mplayer2-2.0_p20120828 (use: X alsa dts enca iconv ipv6 jpeg kernel_linux libass mmx mmxext mp3 opengl png quicktime rtc shm sse sse2 ssse3 truetype unicode xv xvid)
vga: intel hd 4000
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Please attach a gdb backtrace.
(In reply to Jeroen Roovers from comment #3)
Ok how? I emerged "gdb" from portage with default flags. What do you need especially?
Second, what do you mean with "... in ?" in headline.
Ty for reply.
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Great. Now do the same and then run something like 'thread apply all backtrace full' on the gdb command line.
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> gdb gnome-mplayer | tee gdb_backtrace-gnome-mplayer.log
> thread apply all backtrace full
I found out, that i have this issue only, when using gnome-mplayer WITHOUT use-flag "dconf". I reenabled this, now it works.
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(In reply to seves985 from comment #7)
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> gdb backtrace
> Ty ;-)
> > gdb gnome-mplayer | tee gdb_backtrace-gnome-mplayer.log
> > thread apply all backtrace full
> > run
No, in this order, please:
1) gdb gnome-mplayer
3) thread apply all backtrace full
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Sorry bro, i missed some time for this, because my vacation are starting this week.
Here is the output for you, btw: same happens with gnome-mplayer-1.0.8 for me. Enabling "dconf"-Useflag solves the problem...
Let me know if you need some more... :)
Try 1.0.9, in Portage as of today, 1.0.7 no longer in tree