Hello, On sekmadienis 30 Gegužė 2010 14:44:54 Petter Reinholdtsen wrote: > Sune put me in contact with Colin Guthrie, who is working on a kmix > patch for pulseaudio. Sune provided me with a kdemultimedia test > package with such patch included, and I tested running it via a thin > client, and it caused kmix to segfault. The thin client have ESD, > ALSA via pulseaudio and pulseaudio enabled. I've forgotten the URL to > Sunes test packages, but have asked him to submit the URL to BTS. > > When running the same kmix version locally on the server, where ESD is > not enabled and the alsa devices are local, kmix only showed a dummy > output control instead of the local audio device. > > I lack contact with the test setup right now, so I can't test any > more. Colin asked for this input: > > 1. Get a backtrace for the crash - preferably with an updated patch > from the above if it fits. > 2. On the dummy machine, try and get some info as to what is hogging > the device nodes or if check if there is a permissions problem on > the sound devices themselves. > > Details about 2) can be found on <URL: http://pulseaudio.org/wiki/KDE > > (basically lsof/fuser/getfacl results). > > The latest version of the pulseaudio patch is available using this > recipe: > > git clone git://colin.guthr.ie/kdemultimedia > cd kdemultimedia; > git checkout -t origin/pulse-4.4.4 > git diff master..pulse-4.4.4 > mypatch.patch > > Colin said it *should* apply cleanly on top of 4.4 branch of KDE and > hopefully the 4.4.4 source tarball. So I failed to understand if the patch solves your bug or not and if we should ship it. -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
Description: This is a digitally signed message part.