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Does this need specific steps to trigger or does pragha crash upon launching?
Never crashed upon launching. All crashes have occurred some time after launch, while playing.
First symptom announcing something is going wrong: scrobbler plugin fails to upload the current song data to last.fm.
Pragha keeps playing after showing the plugin failure message, but crashes after a while (not necessarily on that very same song where scrobbling started failing). Every song played after the first scrobbling failure also fails to be scrobbled, until pragha crashes.
Music file type/data/tags do not seem to be the culprit, since the same files can be played and scrobbled OK most times; and i haven't managed to make it crash two times playing the exact same files.
Similar problem has been detected:
Played and scrobbled OK some 30 music files. Left it idle for about 20 hours.
Started playing some more files (about 3 or 4 more), and they weren't scrobbled.
Pragha finished playing them all and went idle again, then crashed several minutes after.
Found this in ~/.xsession-errors:
pragha: malloc.c:2845: mremap_chunk: Assertion `((size + offset) & (GLRO (dl_pagesize) - 1)) == 0' failed.
reason: pragha killed by SIGABRT
runlevel: N 5
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