[mythtv-users] MythNetvision troubleshooting
seven at seven.dorksville.net
Tue Jun 1 02:38:30 UTC 2010
> On 05/29/2010 08:47 PM, Anthony Giggins wrote:
>>> For those Fedora 12, ATrpms, .23 users who are currently up to date,
>>> is what I did to get this going.
>>> Make sure Flash is installed, I just installed it through Firefox, but
>>> can do with yum using the Adobe repository.
>>> Had a core failure error in the log with every launch of a link with a
>>> mythfronteend crash. Noticed OpenJDK was being used in log as that was
>>> the last meaningful log entry before it, I switched to the Sun Java
>>> google "fedora 12 java alternative". This fixed my issue.
>> Has anyone gotten this working on 64bit fedora 12 (and or mythdora)?
>> I found the 32bit flash plugin doesn't get detected in the 64bit firefox
>> and the 64bit flsh plugin crashes firefox (Even viewing
>> http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/) and the mythfrontend when
>> viewing flash content
>> The following I think was recorded at the same time in /var/log/messages
>> when mythfrontend crashed.
>> May 28 22:45:59 mythtv kernel: mythfrontend: segfault at 0 ip
>> 0000003bdfc6ca2c sp 00007f6933ffdeb0 error 4 in
>> libQtCore.so.4.6.2.#prelink#.YGF3mk (deleted)[3bdfc00000+25a000]
> You need to use the Adobe Flash 10.0 64-bit version. The 10.1 beta
> doesn't work with Qt's webkit.
> (I don't know whether the 10.1 beta 32-bit works with a 32-bit Qt, but I
> know for sure that 10.1 beta 64-bit doesn't work with 64-bit Qt.)
Yep thats the 64bit flash that I'm using, crashes firefox when browsing
I even upgraded firefox to 3.6.3 still crashes
does anyone have this working in 64bit fedora 12?
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