[mythtv] Mythtv 0.19 Frontend segfaults

Paul Wheeler paulrwheeler at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 18:36:16 UTC 2006

Am testing out the theory, however I also get segfaults when watching live tv.


On 2/13/06, Dan Wilga <dwilga at mtholyoke.edu> wrote:
> For what it's worth, Peter, over the weekend I turned on the moving
> preview option for the Watch Recordings page and started having a
> similar problem. It would segfault at some random interval, perhaps
> 10-15 minutes after I started watching a recording. I turned it back
> off, and the problem hasn't happened since. Maybe you have motion
> previews turned on?
> (I'll generate a log for this crash when I have a chance.)
> At 7:18 AM +0100 2/13/06, Peter Andersson wrote:
> >Thanks for helping out!
> >
> >>  Read http://www.mythtv.org/docs/mythtv-HOWTO-22.html#ss22.2 for the
> >>  correct way to capture a useable log file.
> >
> >Sorry, i should have looked at this from the beginning. Here is the new
> >backtrace, hope this is helpful.
> >Also let me know if you want the log from the frontend or anything else.
> >All i did for the frontend to segfault was to watch a recorded tv show. I
> >can't give you any specifics on how to reproduce the segfault. Sometimes
> >it keeps running for up to an hour, sometimes the frontend segfaults
> >within minutes.
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