Description of problem:
I was listening to digital music (.flacc format) with Clementine; the song had always 'dropped' at about the 2:40 mark, but Clementine would proceed to the next tune. This time, I launched Clementine from the command line hoping to get feedback why this song alway skipped over the last 2 minutes or so, and is the first time abrt alerted (calling out pulseaudio??) Pulseaudio has been acting flakey since upgrading to Fedora 20; it is a roll of the dice if pavucontrol is going to open correctly or shutdown and create an abrt report.
Opening pavucontrol from command line right now, I receive:
Memory pool destroyed but not all memory blocks freed! 1 remain.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: /usr/bin/pulseaudio --start
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 memblock_replace_import at pulsecore/memblock.c:692
#3 pa_memimport_free at pulsecore/memblock.c:951
#4 pa_pstream_unlink at pulsecore/pstream.c:990
#5 native_connection_unlink at pulsecore/protocol-native.c:1333
#6 pstream_die_callback at pulsecore/protocol-native.c:4908
#7 do_pstream_read_write at pulsecore/pstream.c:204
#8 dispatch_pollfds at pulse/mainloop.c:656
#9 pa_mainloop_dispatch at pulse/mainloop.c:903
#10 pa_mainloop_iterate at pulse/mainloop.c:934
#11 pa_mainloop_run at pulse/mainloop.c:949
Potential duplicate: bug 853154
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