Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 606684
[abrt] crash in rhythmbox-0.12.8-4.fc13: idevice_get_uuid: Process /usr/bin/rhythmbox was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2011-06-27 14:43:46 EDT
abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
reason: Process /usr/bin/rhythmbox was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
How to reproduce
1.Plugged in iPhone 3G, opened rythmbox
2.Browsed contents, then ejected (from right-click menu in Rythmbox)
3.Rythmbox hung, so unplugged iPhone -> crash
Created attachment 425857 [details]
Crashes saving the iTunesDB.
What versions of libgpod and libimobile device do you have installed?
I think this is likely due to libgpod not being new enough to support the iPhone 3G. I just pushed an update for F-13 to updates-testing which included some fixes for creating needed directories on iPhone/iPod touch devices. I don't know yet if we can easily backport those fixes for F-12 or if we can update libgpod there.
I thought about doing an update on F-12, but wasn't positive if the hal->udev swtich would cause any problems. We should be able to stay with hal if needed, but at the same time, I *think* the udev bits work on F-12 too and it would be one less difference to worry about in the branches. I don't have any of these devices to test with though, so it's hard for me to build test packages and see if they work.
If either of you want to test an updated libgpod on F-12, let me know and I'll try to build some and update http://tmz.fedorapeople.org/repo/libgpod/ in the next day or so.
I went ahead and rebuilt the F-13 packages for F-12 and updated the repo at: http://tmz.fedorapeople.org/repo/libgpod/
Feel free to drop the libgpod.repo into /etc/yum.repos.d or manually grab the fedora 12 packages and let me know if they install cleanly and fix this issue (or cause any new ones).
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