Description of problem:
1. Attached ipod touch 2G
2. Started gtkpod
3. gtkpod became nonresponsive after a few seconds.
4. gtkpod crashed.
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 type_check_is_value_type_U at gtype.c:4107
#1 g_type_check_value_holds at gtype.c:4156
#2 playcounts_plist_read at itdb_itunesdb.c:1178
#3 playcounts_init at itdb_itunesdb.c:1319
#4 itdb_parse_internal at itdb_itunesdb.c:3309
#5 itdb_parse at itdb_itunesdb.c:3364
#6 gp_import_itdb at file_itunesdb.c:546
#7 gp_merge_itdb at file_itunesdb.c:802
#8 gp_load_ipod at file_itunesdb.c:920
#9 ad_timeout_cb at autodetection.c:280
Potential duplicate: bug 1023745
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Another user experienced a similar problem:
Start gtkpod without iphone connected. Starts fine. Connect iphone -> crash
Start gtkpod with iphone connected -> crash
reason: gtkpod killed by SIGSEGV
runlevel: N 5
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