[mythtv-users] Raspberry Pi frontend crashes playing back radio
J.Pilk at tesco.net
Wed May 3 15:24:40 UTC 2017
On 03/05/17 14:15, Peter Bennett wrote:
> On 05/02/2017 07:32 AM, Chris Dennis wrote:
>> One of my frontends, which runs MythTV 0.28 on a Raspberry Pi 3,
>> crashes as soon as I try to play back any recorded radio programme.
>> It will play back everything else without problems, and will 'watch'
>> radio programmes live OK.
>> None of the other (non-Raspberry Pi) frontends displays this behaviour.
>> Has anyone else seen this problem?
>> I've got a detailed log (about 4MB) from when it happens which I can
>> post somewhere if anyone is interested. I've looked through it but I
>> don't really know what to look for -- I can't find any obviously
>> relevant messages in it.
>> $ mythfrontend --version
>> Please attach all output as a file in bug reports.
>> MythTV Version : v0.28-68-g07a52a0
>> MythTV Branch : mythtv-fixes/0.28
>> Network Protocol : 88
>> Library API : 0.28.20160309-1
>> QT Version : 5.3.2
>> Options compiled in:
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> I just tested a recorded radio program I had got from John Pilkington to
> test another bug, and it plays fine on my raspberry Pi 3. We do not have
> DVB radio where I live. Please open a ticket and if possible provide a
> recording file that has the problem, also the log file, and I can look
> into it.
Peter: I thought the error described was a pretty good match to my
original experience. My system (recent master) works for me with Qt
after my switch to xv-blit and regrettably I haven't given your patch in
master a comprehensive test. But I haven't noticed a commit to
'fixes', which Chris is using... ?
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