Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 487120
No embedded video and crash
Last modified: 2015-08-17 15:25:18 EDT
[Error 10:57:10.009] GStreamer resource error: NotFound
(Banshee:28308): Gdk-WARNING **: gdkdrawable-x11.c:878 drawable is not a pixmap or window
Banshee: Fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server :0.0.
1. Start up banshee
2. Add some videos to your library
3. Play one of them, the video window will be separate from the banshee window
4. Close the popped up window, Banshee will crash
Thank you for your bugreport. Can you please run banshee-1 --debug and attach the output as it is likely to contain important information which upstream and the Fedora maintainers may need to triage your problem.
Created attachment 333055 [details]
Trying to play a movie from another account completely fails, Banshee hangs after I've selected the file to play.
I don't even get the chance to see the video playing. Totem works fine under the same conditions.
I recall seeing the same thing with a previous version of Banshee (1.2.x) but I just tried on some videos I downloaded using Miro (the TED videos), and they play fine in the "Now Playing" pane.
The bizarre thing is, the log you attached does not contain the warnings and errors in your first comment. Could you do
banshee-1 --debug 1>banshee.log 2>&1, identify the point before you try playing a video, play the video, then reproduce the crash?
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