Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 501230
aaxine crashes with resizing window
Last modified: 2010-06-28 08:35:00 EDT
Description of problem:
aaxine (in xine-ui) crashes with resizing its window.
Currently I cannot figure out which component to fix,
xine-lib, xine-ui or aalib
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try $ aaxine -driver X11 /usr/share/xine/visuals/default.avi
2. Resize window
gdb log will be attached
aaxine won't crash
Created attachment 344388 [details]
gdb log 1
Created attachment 344389 [details]
gdb log 2
Shouldn't this be reported against xine-ui ? (that comes from rpmfusion, doesn't it?)
xine-ui is now in Fedora.
As I said above, currently I am not sure which component
(in gdb log 1)
#8 0x001a7b3c in aa_display_frame (this_gen=0x80bdc18, frame_gen=0x84ce510) at video_out_aa.c:228
#9 0x009809bd in overlay_and_display_frame (this=0x80b83a8, img=0x84ce510, vpts=182193) at video_out.c:1036
#10 0x00980f48 in video_out_loop (this_gen=0x80b83a8) at video_out.c:1172
These files are in xine-lib-debuginfo.
I can't get aaxine to work, *at all* here. closes immediately trying to play anything, with error
main: video driver aa failed
Reassigning (for now).
(In reply to comment #6)
> I can't get aaxine to work, *at all* here. closes immediately trying to play
> anything, with error
> main: video driver aa failed
> Reassigning (for now).
Are you sure you have the version I've prepared? The rpmfusion one is missing a Requires: xine-lib-extras which is needed for aaxine.
My version hasn't hit even the updates-testing repo yet.
Ah, good point. I'm indeed missing that. works now, and I can confirm the crash/failure.
Probably best to report the issue upstream, unless there are any other suggestions?
Currently I have no suggestion for this.
Yes, this should be reported upstream since it is not an issue with the Fedora package, it's in upstream.
Filed a bug upstream.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
Changing version to '11'.
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