Description of problem:
Muine, the music player, crashes on playing music in Fedora Development. Muine
is maintained by me and after chasing down the upstream guys, they provided me
with a solution: Update liboil to 0.3.11. I've done a rebuild of liboil to
0.3.11 locally here, and muine now works as expected.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Using rawhide, install muine and run it
2. Choose some music, press play
3. Watch muine crash
Steps to fix:
1. Rebuild liboil to 0.3.11
2. Start muine
3. Play some music
4. Now works.
Muine should play music, not crash
Might be worth trying to get this in before final, or as an early update.
But then, muine works fine for me with 0.3.10 in quick testing.
What arch is this on, x86_64 ?
This is i386 running rawhide.
This bug is still there in F-7 final, but I discovered an important detail. This
bug is only visible if gstreamer-plugins-ugly is installed. I know
gstreamer-plugins-ugly isn't in Fedora itself, but this still breaks expected
behavior. Please issue an update.
unfortunately, the latest libschroedinger release is the ONLY version yet that
can POSSIBLY build on Fedora 7, as every other one has had either missing files
or GStreamer incompatibilities. Unfortunately, it REQUIRES liboil 0.3.11 and
does not build properly on older ones... In fact, it doesnt build at all....
It seems that libschroedinger builds properly with liboil 0.3.12, not 0.3.11 and
Any chance that 0.3.12 can get released as updates for FC-6?