pulseaudio causing crashing of applications
lordmorgul at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 01:16:07 UTC 2008
Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Wed, 13.02.08 13:20, Andrew Farris (lordmorgul at gmail.com) wrote:
>> Correction. Rhythmbox froze during AND after the session was inactive,
>> making it permanently frozen (dead, defunct, useless). This is definitely
>> wrong. So its an issue with how gst (and by extension rhythmbox) handle
>> things, inappropriately in that case. But it was a problem.
> This sounds as if some other process blocked the audio device when
> switching back the session so that PA was unable to reopen the device
> and thus playback stays suspended.
> Could you please check this, by running "pactl" in a terminal when
> this happens again, and then type "list-sinks"? If your sound card
> sink remains in SUSPENDED state, than this is most likely the issue.
> Or, you might have hit the well-known issue HAL where it fails to
> restore ACLs sometimes and thus PA is not able to reopen the device
> properly. Check getfacl /dev/snd/*
fyi I've opened  on the rhythmbox freezes issue. I've got a few backtraces
up though I'm unsure how useful they are in this situation with streaming media.
In about 5 tries I got rhythmbox to freeze after vt switch, the latest comment
has the backtrace of that specifically. pactl does not show SUSPENDED as a flag
on any sink (I have two sound cards, though only one is being used at that
time), and the acls seem to have access for my user (that is attached to the bug).
Andrew Farris <lordmorgul at gmail.com> www.lordmorgul.net
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