[mythtv-users] Problems running Myth - segfault starting liveTV
blastzone at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 08:51:25 EST 2005
I ended up blowing away that system and switching to the FC4 build, as FC4
just came out as I was having that problem).
I did not have any issues with FC4, AND there were options that were not
available to me when I used Gentoo.
I would assume that the build of MythTV installed by gentoo is not the same
as the one installed by apt / yum via Jerod's guide. At least, it was not
as of Aug 05.
On 12/28/05, Jeff Simpson <jeffsimpson at alum.wpi.edu> wrote:
> On 8/23/05, Blastzone <blastzone at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ok, next step was to build the proprietary ATI driver and see if that
> > helped. Nope.
> > So I'm running the fglrx driver instead of the radeon driver in X, but
> > no joy, still segfaulting.
> > I did manage to figure out the security lockdown in gentoo's X
> > (go into the /usr/X11R6/bin/startx script and pull the --nolisten tcp
> > flag)
> > and get some GDB output. What I got was all the same log messages
> > (see above) but also this line after the segfault:
> > #0 0xb65b6dbc in nanosleep () from /lib/libc.so.6
> > I hope that helps - it's frustrating being so close, and so far.
> > Is there at least a hack that I can use in the interim to point "watch
> > recordings" to mplayer instead of the internal player? trying to find
> > shows by 1066_YYYYMMDDhhmm_etc. is not easy.
> If it helps any, I am having the EXACT same problem with my setup (gentoo,
> brand new install, Radeon Mobility 7500. myth worked fine with the normal
> ati drivers, crashes with a segfault with the radeon DRI OpenGL drivers. I
> have the nvidia use flag turned off. is myth hardcoded to use nvidia for
> some reason? Logically, it should not be trying to open /dev/nvidia0 at ALL
> if I have nvidia turned off.
> - Jeff
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