[mythtv] Mythtv 0.23 RC Segfault in Mythfrontend
stuart at xnet.com
Sun Mar 28 23:18:06 UTC 2010
Steve Berlo wrote:
> Hello all,
> I just upgraded to Mythtv 0.23 and am getting a segfault when I attempt
> to watch any recordings or videos. Here are a few things I have tried
> in troubleshooting: Since there were audio changes in this release, I
> have tried setting audio to NULL, I have tried several of the different
> video output profiles and methods, and several different recordings (I
> have an HD-PVR, Air2PC, and PVR-250, and all of the recordings have the
> same results when I attempt to play them), I am running the current
> version of the NVidia drivers from their web site - I just tried the
> newest NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-195.36.15-
> pkg2.run, but previously I was running 190.53 and had the same symptoms.
> The backtrace shows this segfault:
> Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> 0x0000003a7d86ca2c in QMutex::lock() () from /usr/lib64/libQtCore.so.4
> (I can email the whole backtrace file and mythfrontend logs if necessary
> - they are too large to post to the list)
> I am running on Fedora 12 x64 on AMD (I have another system that is
> running Fedora 12 x32 on Intel - same symptoms)
> Here is some system info that might be relevant:
> [root at server ~]# uname -r
> [root at server ~]# rpm -qa|grep qt -i
> Thanks for all of your hard work! I appreciate any guidance you can
> give me that can help me solve this problem.
I have seen this as well on my Debian systems. I tried to create a
...but, alas, I am not sure how to setup a mythfrontend back trace on a
Debian system (i.e. the debug packages do not appear available from my
usual mythtv sources).
This is what I am seeing in my system log:
mythfrontend: segfault at 1 ip b5fc11d9 sp affc3f50 error 4 in
Feel free to add your back trace to the above trouble ticket if you
think that might help.
I've been using mythtv for years - thanks everyone for contributing!
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