Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1028416
In pixman_region32_init_rect: Invalid rectangle passed
Last modified: 2015-02-17 14:08:50 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: *** BUG ***
gnome-session: In pixman_region32_init_rect: Invalid rectangle passed
gnome-session: 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 www.deezer.com) 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.
Note that if you plug a headphone or something that uses the headphone plug the sound works. If you unplug it stops again.
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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