Bug#637637: yoshimi: Yoshimi seg faults when started with -j -A option
gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Sun Aug 14 08:23:40 UTC 2011
Thanks, I tried what Alessio had mentioned below and encountered these
Their installed yoshimi = 0.060.10avlinux-2
Their yosihimi-data package = 0.058.1-1
No Yoshimi-dbg version
Their installed Jackd1 = 1:0.120.2avlinux-1
jackd2 wasn't installed, version they list in repository = 1.9.6~dfsg.1-2
The packages with avlinux in their names are all described as "custom
built for AVLinux".
I replaced their jackd1 with their jackd2 and was able to run JACK at
16msec latency without crash, but after that simnply starting Yoshimi
with or without without any options gave me a segfault.
It sounds to me like I should just avoid AVLinux. If they feel the need
to do so many "custom packages," and at least 2 of their custom packaged
versions don't work, I don't think I can trust their quality control
enough to risk using their distro for production work.
info at bandshed.net wrote:
> If I'm not mistaken this bug and another JACK related bug here by the same
> reporter are 'avlinux' packages, therefore not packaged by pkg-multimedia.
> The yoshimi issue has been reported on the AV Linux forums and seems to
> disappear simply by increasing the JACK 'Timeout' to 1000 or more. Yoshimi
> is custom packaged in AV Linux and has no dbg package currently.
> I append an 'avlinux' package name suffix to all my custom packages, and
> would suggest to the reporter to feel welcome to seek assistance on the AV
> Linux user forums when there are issues with them since they are not
> endorsed or the responsibility of the Debian pkg-multimedia team.
> I thought I'd better speak up on this to prevent any misunderstanding. As
> always my props and encouragement to the pkg-multimedia team.
> GMaq - AV Linux maintainer
> AV Linux forum: http://www.remastersys.com/forums/index.php?board=20.0
>> tags 637637 confirmed
>> On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Live session user <gnome at hawaii.rr.com>
>>> Started Yoshimi without options; it didn't appear in JACK. Started with
>>> -j -A
>>> option, segfaults.
>> I confirm those -j -A options prevent yoshimi to start fine.
>> I haven't noticed this before because I use ladish to manage my
>> audio&MIDI connections, and if launched without options it appears in
>> I need some time to investigate further.
>> Could you please install yoshimi-dbg and provide a backtrace?
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