abrt 1.0.9 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
reason: Process /usr/bin/calfjackhost was killed by signal 7 (SIGBUS)
release: Fedora release 12 (Constantine)
Created attachment 414368 [details]
abrt should have a field where you can put how to reproduce the bug. If it did not, please let us know.
Meanwhile, can you tell us
* How to reproduce the crash?
* Does the crash occur when you remove pulseaudio?
no pulseaudio installed, but alsa
just installed QjackCtl, which appeared to work well
tried to launch "Calf Plugin Pack for Jack", which produced the crash directly
this arrived with other applications, too
however, Jack reports:
- cannot use real-time scheduling (FIFO at priority 35) [for thread 1979016976, from thread 1979016976] (1: Operation not permitted)
- cannot use real-time scheduling (FIFO at priority 25) [for thread 1978488592, from thread 1978488592] (1: Operation not permitted)
I do not know if this affects.
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