Bug#453079: totem-xine: fails to create "mcop" directory, then dies
joss at debian.org
Tue Nov 27 09:40:30 UTC 2007
Le mardi 27 novembre 2007 à 19:20 +1100, Vincent McIntyre a écrit :
> Package: totem-xine
> Version: 2.16.5-3
> Severity: normal
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> This system is straight etch with no backports.
> totem appears to be looking for some file that it is expecting kde to
> have created for it, and is completely unable to cope if it's not there.
> This is even more odd when totem(1) says
> totem is a movie player for the GNOME desktop...
> % strace -o /tmp/totem.strace.3 /usr/bin/totem -v
> Creating link /n/fred/.kde/socket-turrawan-cj.
> can't create mcop directory.
I guess this is because it is trying to load the arts plugin, which - as
everything arts-related - is buggy as hell.
Is artsd started when you see this error?
If not, this is a problem with the "auto" driver in libxine, which
shouldn't even try the arts plugin.
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