Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 590330
[abrt] crash in kmplayer-0.11.2a-1.fc12: yuv444_to_yuy2_mmx: Process /usr/bin/kphononplayer was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2010-12-03 09:54:49 EST
abrt 1.0.9 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
cmdline: /usr/bin/kphononplayer -cb :1.233/master_0
comment: Opened a video vile from within Krusader and kmplayer crashed.
reason: Process /usr/bin/kphononplayer was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 12 (Constantine)
Created attachment 412574 [details]
This sounds like a bug in the xine-lib package. My guess is, xine-lib was compiled with Intel MMX instructions on i686, and your CPU can't handle this.
What is your CPU? I thought all CPUs since Pentium 3 (maybe even Pentium 2) were capable of handling MMX. I might be wrong though.
Also how reproducible is the crash on your system?
(In reply to comment #2)
> This sounds like a bug in the xine-lib package. My guess is, xine-lib was
> compiled with Intel MMX instructions on i686, and your CPU can't handle this.
> What is your CPU? I thought all CPUs since Pentium 3 (maybe even Pentium 2)
> were capable of handling MMX. I might be wrong though.
> Also how reproducible is the crash on your system?
Oh No!:O I may be in Big trouble with this Machine. I just built this one from a Brand New Bared Bones Kit. It's an AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000. I noticed a couple of weeks after I installed Fedora 12, that I had forgotten and used the wrong CD for my install. All my other machines are Intel's and I just popped in the Fedora 12 i686 CD and did the install with it. Then a couple of weeks later, I saw my Fedora 12 x86-64 CD. I thought Oh No! What have I done. But, then I thought... well it's running great, no warnings during the install either, so maybe the i686 CD supports AMD's too. Guess not though... I thought there would be big problems on a machine with the wrong Architecture installed on it. I did this one time before and installed Fedora 12 i686 on a an i586 and that thing is all messed up and buggy. Everything crashes in it. So, I plan on re-installing it with the i386 CD later. So, now I'm wondering... hoping. Since I have been building up the Apps and setting up the Printer Scanner Fax for about a Month now and I am almost done. Could I use a Kernel Upgrade install to change to the AMD Architecture on this new Box? Or will I have to completely start over from scratch?
Well, I realized today, 05-16-10. That the Fedora 12 x86_64 CD is really the 64bit OS. Not the AMD 64 version!:) So, this install should be just fine. Good think I didn't reformat this drive, it's still here!:) The 64bit Fedora 12 works great, but I can't get Flash to work in Firefox, after 2 days of research and trying the Beta Flash 10!:O My Brother Scanner doesn't show up and wont work right now. Even after installing all the Brother Printer Scanner Fax apps. But the Printer works great. The fax wont work from the PC though. Haven't tried in directly from the buttons yet. So, I'll deal with KMplayer, working or not in this is the Install to use.
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