raptorman18 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 18:38:11 UTC 2010
Yes. That is the backtrace without cdrkit installed. I made a mistake
when I said Brasero segfaults. It doesn't. It ejects the medium and
just doesn't burn it. You can recover, get a crash log and try again.
If you would like I can stop the backtrace as soon as it ejects the CD.
Sorry for being innaccurate before.
On Sep 22, 2010, at 3:41, Josselin Mouette <joss at debian.org> wrote:
> Le mercredi 22 septembre 2010 à 02:42 -0400, Paul Jones a écrit :
>> Hi, I got the backtrace, I attached it, but in the course of doing
>> this, I installed brasero-cdrkit after rebuilding all the packages
>> with debug symbols enabled, I didn't have that installed before, and
>> with that installed the crash does not happen. So I guess this may be
>> related to the other bugs caused by not having brasero-cdrkit
>> installed. I guess you'll decided if you want to leave this open as a
>> separate bug.
> No. The brasero-cdrkit package uses Schilling code that needs to go
> I’m interested in the backtrace *without* brasero-cdrkit installed,
> : :' : “You would need to ask a lawyer if you don't know
> `. `' that a handshake of course makes a valid contract.”
> `- -- J???rg Schilling
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