Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 475161
Kino has errors libselinux.so.1 in log by start
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:12:11 EST
Description of problem:
When starting Kino the following message is entered in file /var/log/messages:
Dec 8 10:22:00 klaus-2 kernel: gst-inspect-0.1: segfault at 78 ip 0000003c2181257d sp 00007fff49845ad0 error 4 in libselinux.so.1[3c21800000+1a000]
Dec 8 10:22:00 klaus-2 kernel: gst-inspect-0.1: segfault at 78 ip 0000003c2181257d sp 00007fff564646f0 error 4 in libselinux.so.1[3c21800000+1a000]
Dec 8 10:22:02 klaus-2 kernel: gst-inspect-0.1: segfault at 78 ip 0000003c2181257d sp 00007fff0ce98120 error 4 in libselinux.so.1[3c21800000+1a000]
Dec 8 10:22:02 klaus-2 kernel: gst-inspect-0.1: segfault at 78 ip 0000003c2181257d sp 00007fff127ecc00 error 4 in libselinux.so.1[3c21800000+1a000]
Happens if using KDE or Gnome.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Start Kino and look into the file
nvidia-173xx-kmod-173.14.15-1.fc10.4 (2 screens connected)
the same happend with me:-(
what's more kino capure from firewire not working...
The problem is that the firewire port operates only with the rights of root. It's a known bug since several releases. Run kino as root and your firewire will work.
I know it's not the best idea, but it works. I didn't look for the errors in the log again.
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