[mythtv-users] Debian 0.20 mythfrontend packages crash
jdc at uwo.ca
Thu Sep 28 02:01:07 UTC 2006
Bryan Cromwell <bcromwell.mailinglists at gmail.com> writes:
> If your main issue is the X session dieing when exiting mythfrontend, for me
> it turned out to be GLX was not installed. As soon as I got nvidia glx
> running the crash when exiting went away.
Hmm, I think I have glx working, but maybe something needs to be
My laptop uses an ATI Radeon Mobility M7 LW [Radeon Mobility 7500].
In addition to the packages shown below, I have the following
ii libgl1-mesa-dri 6.5.0.cvs.20060524-1.1
ii libgl1-mesa-glx 6.5.0.cvs.20060524-1.1
ii mesa-utils 6.3.2-2.1
ii xlibmesa-dri 7.1.0-1
ii xlibmesa-gl 7.1.0-1
ii xlibmesa-glu 7.1.0-1
Thanks for the suggestion. Any other ideas?
[My original question is repeated below for context:]
> On 9/21/06, Dan Christensen <jdc at uwo.ca> wrote:
>> I'm running the latest packages from debian-multimedia.org on a
>> frontend only laptop (exact versions below). If I don't have DRI
>> enabled in Xorg, then mythfrontend seems to work fine, including
>> playback, but when I exit mythfrontend, my entire X session dies.
>> If I enable DRI in Xorg, then mythfrontend gets a segfault whenever I
>> try to watch a recording. I tried switching between Qt/OpenGL
>> painters, and toggling whether OpenGL is used for sync, with no
>> So with or without DRI, mythfrontend isn't very usable for me.
>> Any suggestions for things to try would be welcome!
>> ii libmyth-0.20 0.20-0.1
>> ii mythtv-common 0.20-0.1
>> ii mythtv-frontend 0.20-0.1
>> ii mythtv-themes 0.20-0.0
>> ii mythvideo 0.20-0.4
>> ii mythweather 0.20-0.4
>> ii xorg 7.0.23
>> ii xserver-xorg 7.1.0~1
>> ii xserver-xorg-core 1.1.1-5
>> ii xserver-xorg-input-kbd 1.1.0-1
>> ii xserver-xorg-input-mouse 1.1.1-2
>> ii xserver-xorg-input-synap 0.14.6-1
>> ii xserver-xorg-input-void 126.96.36.199-2
>> ii xserver-xorg-video-ati 6.6.2-1
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