Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480392
banshee 1.4.1 sometimes crashes
Last modified: 2011-04-06 07:49:38 EDT
Created attachment 329247 [details]
Description of problem:
I installed fedora 10 in 64 bits, I was looking for some good music media player rythmhbox has a very low volume and doesn't has equalizer, amarok 2 doesn't work in gnome and when you can do it to work it has also very low volume then I found banshee and it worked OK. After some fedora 10 updates it began to crash.
When you run it sometimes the window appears but you can do nothing, the window becomes gray and when you try to close it, fedora kill the process. If you try to re-open with good-luck it works.
When I run strace it has some problems with gcc and mono libs as you can see in the attachment
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
I've seen very similar behaviour. Tried it just now with --debug and saw these warnings:
** (Banshee:4589): WARNING **: Symbol file /usr/lib64/mono/gac/Mono.Zeroconf/220.127.116.11__e60c4f4a95e1099e/Mono.Zeroconf.dll.mdb has incorrect version (expected 50.0, got 39)
** (Banshee:4589): WARNING **: Symbol file /usr/lib64/mono-zeroconf/Mono.Zeroconf.Providers.Avahi.dll.mdb has incorrect version (expected 50.0, got 39)
** (Banshee:4589): WARNING **: Symbol file /usr/lib64/mono-zeroconf/Mono.Zeroconf.Providers.Bonjour.dll.mdb has incorrect version (expected 50.0, got 39)
in case that's relevant.
The Zeroconf error is harmless, as far as I can tell -- see
It appears to be harmless, but if that's bothersome, you can contact the mono-zeroconf and ndesk-dbus-glib maintainers. The packages have not been rebuilt since F-9 because there are no new release since then.
As to the intermittent crashes, are they fixed if you remove Banshee configuration files? rm -rf $HOME/.gconf/apps/banshee-1 and killall gconfd-2, and try starting Banshee again. It should not affect your music library, just the preferences.
Just tried that and the crash after startup still happened.
Oddly, if I do start from a terminal with --debug, it starts normally. Perhaps it's a timing issue, and the slowdown from the debug output works around it?
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