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Bug 1028416 - In pixman_region32_init_rect: Invalid rectangle passed
In pixman_region32_init_rect: Invalid rectangle passed
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: control-center (Show other bugs)
All Linux
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Assigned To: Control Center Maintainer
Fedora Extras Quality Assurance
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Reported: 2013-11-08 06:50 EST by Priscila
Modified: 2015-02-17 14:08 EST (History)
10 users (show)

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Last Closed: 2015-02-17 14:08:50 EST
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Description Priscila 2013-11-08 06:50:09 EST
Description of problem: If you open the sound control settings in GNOME3 F19 (latest version) while listen something (not using headphones) the music continues to play but no sound is heard.

Looking the var/log/messages you will find:

gnome-session[1589]: *** BUG ***
gnome-session[1589]: In pixman_region32_init_rect: Invalid rectangle passed
gnome-session[1589]: Set a breakpoint on '_pixman_log_error' to debug

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

How reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Play something (in my case I used that uses ALSA
2. Click on sound icon
3. In around 5 seconds you won't listen anything else and the music will still be playing
4. If you plug a headphone you will hear the sound again
5. If you unplug the headphone won't hear anything again, but the music is still playing

Actual results: No sound is heard

Expected results: Sound continue to work

Additional info: There are bugzillas that try to treat this but they are specific for bluetooth and USB. In fact, this is a GNOME bug that is several issues.

Related BZs:
Comment 1 Priscila 2013-11-12 05:49:58 EST
Note that if you plug a headphone or something that uses the headphone plug the sound works. If you unplug it stops again.
Comment 2 Philip Walden 2014-03-28 12:16:38 EDT
same problem here.

The system is an intel i3 32 bit with native intel graphics. The HDMI sound does not work, but the digital (coax) does.

(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 10 profiles supported on port Front Microphone
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 10 profiles supported on port Rear Microphone
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 10 profiles supported on port Line In
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 12 profiles supported on port Analog Output
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 2 profiles supported on port Headphones
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 2 profiles supported on port Digital Output (S/PDIF)
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: 4 profiles supported on port HDMI / DisplayPort
(gnome-control-center:4073): Gvc-DEBUG: gvc-mixer-output-set-property - card: 0x984bb20
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