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Description of problem:
gnome-volume-control segmentation faults upon running. When I try to run it via Applications Menu --> Sound & Video --> Volume Control, I receive this error dialog:
"Registry is not present or it is corrupted, please update it by running gst-register"
The registry is located at: /var/cache/gstreamer-0.8/registry-i386.xml
Upon running /usr/bin/gst-register-0.8, I receive the following segmentation fault:
Added plugin gsttags with 1 feature.
/usr/bin/gst-register-0.8: line 3: 5777 Segmentation fault $x
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a terminal
2. Run /usr/bin/gst-register-0.8
3. gst-register-0.8 should seg fault
Actual Results: Attached
Expected Results: gst-register-0.8 should properly rebuild /var/cache/gstreamer-0.8/registry-i386.xml -- thus allowing gnome-volume-control to properly run.
Created attachment 112154 [details]
The actual results of running gst-register-0.8
Works for me in the latest rawhide. What version of gstreamer-plugins do you
gstreamer-plugins is version 0.8.7-3.
It appears that a good chunk of my X-server was borked. I'm not sure if it's
the hard drive or the HTTP install I used to install FC4T1. Xorg's GLX module
refused to load for the binary nvidia drivers.
I downloaded all of the installed Xorg RPMs and reinstalled them. Now the GLX
module will successfully load and gst-streamer-0.8 completes the registry of
installed gstreamer plugins.
Being able to run gnome-volume-control is another side-effect of the Xorg
reinstall. This had refused to work since FC4T1 was installed.